June 01, 2021
Bill Colegrave
Assassinated in Burundi in 2003, Archbishop Michael Courtney was a popular figure with the religious and secular whose trajectory suggests he may have been in line to become the first Irish pontiff
June 01, 2021
Peter Aiers
Peter Aiers, CEO of the Churches Conservation Trust 2020, pays tribute to Peter Ainsworth 1956-2021
May 01, 2021
Jaspreet Singh Boparai
A personal tribute to the late Mgr Mark Langham, who led by example 
in the way he selflessly embodied everyday virtues
April 22, 2021
Philippa Hitchen
Born in 1924 in Sydney, Edward Cassidy seemed a most unlikely candidate for the priesthood, let alone a member of the elite College of Cardinals. Philippa Hitchen looks back on his life and times, with the help of several prominent Churchmen who - like her - had profound respect and abiding affection for him.
April 01, 2021
The Catholic Herald
Nun who was abducted by Guatemalan military before becoming a celebrated human rights campaigner dies at 62