Comedy duo Peter Cook and Dudley Moore made the show about Jesus’s acquaintances in 1964

Paolo Sorrentino hasn’t compromised his cinematic vision in his move to the small screen

Victoria was by no means a model constitutional monarch, but she remains a fascinating figure in British history

L’Osservatore Romano honoured the show on its 50th anniversary

The term ‘celebrity’ might be used loosely in the latest series of Big Brother and its spin-off show

A television series starring Jude Law as Pope will premiere this Autumn

Series like Vikings portray Christians as joyless and pillagers as fun-loving

Aaqil Ahmed, the BBC’s head of religion and ethics, has written a report on the corporation’s religious programming for director general Lord Hall

Mother Angelica’s funeral took place at the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament

Mother Angelica could be vociferous in defending Our Lord and she sparred with important men of the cloth