The Woolwich murderers were motivated by a particular brand of theology
Religious persecution has existed through the ages. We must continue to fight it, and take it as a compliment
As the sacrifice of the Mexican martyrs shows, anti-Catholicism will always rebound on itself
This is not the time for Catholics to circle the wagon
I hope that Gianluca Bezzina brings Malta to victory in this year’s contest
When it comes to the Catholic Church people think they know it all
The truth the mob clings to is often fragile
How will the Baz Luhrmann film, out in the UK next week, confront its existential themes?
The death of Giulio Andreotti, the political giant who went to Mass every day, marks a milestone in European history
Andreotti, who has died aged 94, was nicknamed the ‘Eternal One’ of Italian politics. He was the opposite of bunga-bunga loving Berlusconi
We should return to the days when children were named after saints rather than following the example of celebrities
The decline of political party membership in Britain has profound and depressing implications for religion
We seem to be moving away from mass movements towards a more atomised society. What can we do about it?