Graham Greene

The film handles questions of sin, doctrine and mercy which are at the heart of today’s controversies

Pope Francis surely cannot fail to mention the 43 students who are still missing

Catholic critic Edward Short’s Adventures in the Books Pages features perceptive comment on the likes of Graham Greene, Leonardo da Vinci and GK Chesterton

The Irish Catholicism that used to define so many English cities now seems as remote as Newman and Manning

Fashions have changed meaning literature and the Church are no longer comfortable bedfellows

As the sacrifice of the Mexican martyrs shows, anti-Catholicism will always rebound on itself

The growing acceptance of euthanasia represents the triumph of atheism over European society

How NGOs are as complicit as the Kleptocrats

Greene’s novel is a great argument for the faith, but so is the country in which it was set