Francis Phillips

Cryogenic freezing is not the answer to the meaning of life

Jenni Murray’s A History of Britain in 21 Women leaves out some of our most important female pioneers

A dramatic narrative account of the Russian Revolution is appalling and riveting at the same time

The author explains why she believes her book has helped spark resistance to the ‘gender revolution’

Behind his roll-call of heroic individuals, The God of the Gulag shows how communism finally died from within

Fr Jacques Hamel was one of the legions of humble and unassuming parish priests who offer their whole lives to Christ

Nineteen Eighty-Four is scarily prescient about porn’s impact on society

Now that the bishops have reinstated fish on Fridays, the tradition of wearing a head covering at Mass could also be revived

The bishops’ decision to reintroduce the Catholic custom of Friday penance is a weekly reality check