This week Kenny Thomas, the 1990s pop star tells us which music station he thinks is playing in hell, we report on the appointment of Mgr Nicholas Hudson as the new Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster and the ‘Bishop of Bling’s’ expenses list, including a £31,000 bathtub. The Archbishop-elect of Liverpool speaks out for the invisible poor who live in Liverpool while Mark Hoban MP says the Catholic Church must engage with the Conservative Party. We also bring you the first details of Pope Francis’s planned trip to the Holy Land in May.
We also have an exclusive interview with Sir Michael Wilshaw, the head of Ofsted, Quentin Falk’s review of biblical blockbuster Noah and Jessie Childs tells the story of the “hot, holy, lady” who protected the Jesuits from the terror of Elizabethan England.
To receive six issues for just £6 click here.