Poetry can open our eyes to the glory of the divine presence in creation, says Joseph Pearce

David Jones’ In Parenthesis is “one of the greatest aesthetic and existential achievements of 20th century literature” says Thomas Dilworth

The great Romantic writer believed that poems should be consonant with Scripture and Christian tradition

Guido Reni and Gerard Manley Hopkins both see beyond suffering to the promise of the Resurrection

A new book says the idea that Stevens became a Catholic would be hard to digest. But that misunderstands his poetry

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

Sally Read explains why she thinks the Mass is a beautiful poem

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

The Australian’s collection of poems, Sentenced to Life, reflect the sorrows and regrets of his life

The late poet’s attitude to his faith goes some way to explaining why he was adored by the liberal, secular elite