September 2021
September 03, 2021
Leaders Vatican Trials Is vaccination a moral responsibility? Leading the next generation of Catholics Diary – Bevis Hillier Columns Standing firm and holding fast – Looking to Waugh for inspiration – Ken Craycraft Singing together again – Congregations are back, and in fine voice – Serenhedd James Losing the thread – How the Vatican hierarchy risks losing Catholicism’s historic
September 02, 2021
Jack Miles reviews Francesca Stavrakopoulou's new book 'God: An Anatomy'
September 02, 2021
David Lough reviews Geoffrey Wheatcroft's new book 'Churchill’s Shadow: An Astonishing Life and a Dangerous Legacy'
September 02, 2021
Harry Mount reviews Charlotte Higgins's new book, 'Greek Myths: A New Retelling' for the September '21 issue of the Catholic Herald
September 02, 2021
As our great churches are branded must-visit tourist attractions, can we still find solace in them?
September 01, 2021
Since 2000, when I turned 60, I have lived at the Hospital of St Cross, a medieval almshouse in Winchester. It was founded about 1132 by William the Conqueror’s grandson, Henry de Blois, Bishop of Winchester – as “sheltered accommodation” for old men in straitened circumstances. (It’s not a medical hospital – here the word
September 01, 2021
The Christian Leadership Foundation, a charity founded by David Alton in 2012, has completed the first part of its new programme for young people in lower sixth forms. Fourteen young students – mostly 17 years old – met in late July at the Christian Heritage Centre at Stonyhurst for five days of debate, prayer, discussion
September 01, 2021
Visionary craftsman-artist David Montalto has used dust from the moon to create a Cross for the Cosmos. Here is his extraordinary story
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