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The prayer reminds us of the reality of hell and the need for humility

The traditional Requiem is unremittingly bracing, calling us to contemplate the fearful mystery of death

‘From Atheism to Catholicism’, published by EWTN, shows how remarkable turns of fate led to people embracing Catholicism

In the end, private interpretation isn’t enough

‘It is very exhausting as well as dangerous to live under the strain of a deliberate compromise with evil’

Instead of complaining about hardship, Nietzsche taught us to embrace it in order to overcome it

Sir Roger Scruton reflects on conservatism rather than attacking socialism and liberalism

Authorities turned a blind eye in Rotherham because they thought the relationships might be ‘consensual’

Frs Rupert Mayer and Walter Ciszek were heroic, holy men, who suffered greatly for their witness to their priestly vocation

‘Without religion there can be no culture that contributes to human flourishing’