Opinion & Features

Catholic-Orthodox ties have frayed since the last papal visit to Romania

Helping Oxford recruit more theology students, giving parents what they need, and church-related injuries

Those doing well typically wear the habit, live and pray in community, and remain faithful to Church teaching

Most of Venezuela’s neighbours boycotted Maduro’s inauguration. So why did the Vatican send a representative?

Bishops are urging the UN to intervene after a hotly disputed presidential election result

With these words a West African migrant embraced martyrdom at the hands of ISIS. What kind of man was he?

The poet’s life was marked by darkness – but also by the beauty at the heart of the world

How should we respond to tormentors: in bitterness or in love, in hatred or forgiveness?