Take a look inside this week’s Catholic Herald

William Herebert was one of the first people to turn Latin hymns into English poetry

The author discusses faith at university, friendships with atheists, and the old Mass and the new

Wilde knew all too well the spiritual shame that can follow moral transgression

Francis Phillips talks to founder of Life charity, Jack Scarisbrick

The poems, The Shadow Man and Noel, were originally published in Our Lady’s School magazine in 1936

Oxford has a disproprotionately high population of homeless people

Pope Francis names English Dominican priest as a consultor of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace

William Blake emerges, not as a mad visionary, but as a fan of progressive Christianity in a new show at the Ashmolean

The inevitable result will be to open Catholic teachers up to increased scrutiny, pressures and complaints