October 22, 2021
Michael Hodges
Charting the history of the Order which has survived over centuries and is now settled in Chelmsford
October 22, 2021
Constance Watson
Recent changes in America’s abortion laws have resulted in the usual suspects taking to the airwaves to trumpet their creed of self-indulgence
October 22, 2021
Ken Craycraft
As the two-year Synod on Synodality gets under way, its vague objectives 
cast a shadow over a Church striving for universality
October 22, 2021
Robert Gray
Robert Gray reviews Europe’s 100 Best Cathedrals, 
by Simon Jenkins
October 22, 2021
Fr Richard Ounsworth OP
As we come to the end of the Church’s liturgical year, we should consider own vanities before the kingdom of Christ
October 22, 2021
The Catholic Herald
Hilary Mantel’s decision to ignore the central role religion played in Tudor life turns her books into 21st-century fantasy
October 22, 2021
Bill Colegrave
Bill Colegrave explores the Cycladic island of Syros, a Catholic stronghold in Orthodox Greece for 800 years, where the two Churches coexist in harmony
October 22, 2021
Olenka Hamilton
Olenka Hamilton speaks to two artists who used to be homeless on the benefits of using art to help the vulnerable find a way off the streets
October 22, 2021
Stephen Stewart
The annual service for members of the legal profession takes place in Westminster Cathedral at the start of the legal year each October
October 22, 2021
Cronan Yu
Why the rise of conservative Catholic politician Dominic Perrottet triggers secular critics and points to the inevitable failure of liberalism
October 22, 2021
Violet Hudson
From Bond to Bart, the number of Hollywood heroes and heroines who turn out to be Roman Catholic could fill St Peter’s Square several times over. Their faith isn’t overt but if you search for the signs you will find proof of an added dimension and hidden depths
October 22, 2021
Serenhedd James
A national treasure in which history, art, devotion and ambition all combine
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