Queen Elizabeth II

‘We remember the birth of Jesus Christ, whose only sanctuary was a stable in Bethlehem. He knew rejection, hardship and persecution.’

The future is one of social fragmentation where communities wall themselves off from one another

The Queen is a remarkable example of faithfulness to a call

The president-elect’s penthouse, reminiscent of the palaces of Saddam Hussein, must give us all pause

From St John Paul II to the Queen, Mother Teresa left a lasting impression on those she met

We should see her not as an anachronism, but as a reminder of the value of tradition

Edward VIII was a feckless Nazi sympathiser – we should be grateful his marriage to ‘that woman’ sparked the abdication crisis

Leading classical music composer recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours

A priest had explained to her how nuns at the monastery prayed ‘for the Queen and England’