Opinion & Features

London may have some of the finest restaurants in the world – but when they’re bad, they’re really bad

The opportunity to contemplate quiet and stillness should be part of every Catholic child’s education

If we resolve to keep Lent as strictly as we can, we have the right to enjoy ourselves for the next couple of weeks

All religious practice is about putting oneself under a certain discipline

If you want to impress a loved one this Valentine’s Day, try the poetry of Virgil, Horace and Ovid

Nicaragua’s state media portray him as a rabble-rouser. But Cardinal Leopoldo Brenes says he places his trust in dialogue

Prejudice rather than thought-out and researched views may be guiding us