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Francis Phillips visited a surprisingly Catholic-looking Anglican church

Stand up to bullies, don’t be crushed by failure, and, first of all, make your bed

Douglas Murray sees that a decadent continent must not forget Christianity

Neurosurgeon Henry Marsh finds it difficult having to ‘play God’, but also says the human mind is ‘as great a mystery as the universe itself’

Detective stories are generally seen as leisure reading for a mind at rest; not so this new compilation from Ignatius Press

Bl Karl Leisner was ordained in secret by Bishop Gabriel Piguet of Clermont-Ferrand, a fellow prisoner

2,579 priests, monks and seminarians from Germany and Occupied Europe were imprisoned at the camp

A new book on the notorious Calais ‘Jungle’ reminds us that behind the statistics are ordinary people longing for a decent life

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

For liberal Christians, worldliness is at the core of their theology, though they may not know it