April 29, 2022
Adam Dant
Artist Adam Dant sets his woodcutter’s hand to remaking one of Caxton’s prints for Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales
April 29, 2022
Dom Xavier Perrin
Though different in form, each retreat is an encounter with Christ, writes Dom Xavier Perrin
April 29, 2022
Matthew Page
Films on religious subjects can help us understand old stories in new ways, says film historian Matthew Page
April 29, 2022
Archie Hill
The 16 martyrs who were the inspiration for Poulenc’s opera Les Dialogues des Carmélites are on the path to sainthood
April 29, 2022
Simon Caldwell
After winning permision to take their critically ill five-year-old daughter Tafida Raqeeb to a hospital abroad, her parents campaign to set up a specialist hospital in Britain
April 29, 2022
William Cash
William Cash talks to Mark Wahlberg, the star and producer of Father Stu, about how his Catholic faith impelled him to make the film
April 29, 2022
Melanie McDonagh
Hardline Jewish settler groups are making life difficult for Christians, says Melanie McDonagh
April 29, 2022
Robert Temple
William Caxton’s original edition of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales was richly illustrated with woodcuts, now freshly revealed, says Robert Temple
April 29, 2022
Joanna Bogle
The opportunity to restore spiritual sanity should be a vital part of Catholic life, says Joanna Bogle
April 29, 2022
Olenka Hamilton
Olenka Hamilton profiles some of the best places to rest, reset and reflect in this guide to the UK’s leading Catholic retreats
April 29, 2022
James Jeffrey
In baking heat on arid land, James Jeffrey walks the 620-mile Via de la Plata from Seville to Santiago de Compostela
March 30, 2022
Eamon Duffy
Thirty years is a long shelf life for any historical work, and perhaps especially so for a historical work self-consciously designed as a challenge to received opinion. For all its bulk, The Stripping of the Altars is a polemic, written to contest the account of the English Reformation canonised in a long interpretative tradition that
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