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Napoleon's farewell to the imperial guard, in 1814. But he was back the following year

Written by the winners, history has been harsh to the French emperor

Professor Stephen Hawking supports assisted suicide (PA)

The latest book from the Catholic Truth Society on euthanasia is very well-timed

A newborn rests in an incubator (Photo : AP)

Many women who succumb to the pressure to have an abortion later speak of their sorrow and regret

St John Bosco said that prayer before the Blessed Sacrament was crucial in the fight against temptation (CNS)

Francis Phillips reviews Manual for Spiritual Warfare by Paul Thigpen

A mother holds her children during Mass (Photo: CNS)

A doctor has spoken of the agony women feel when they realise they can no longer start a family

Eve Tushnet's book contains many insights about the single life

‘Gay and Catholic’ is an ‘honest, humble, humorous and courageous’ memoir

It is easy to forget that the Holy Spirit is working all the time (CNS)

‘From the Kippah to the Cross’ charts the journey of a remarkable Jewish convert

A No vote is counted during last week's referendum on same-sex marriage in Ireland (PA)

In light of the Irish referendum result, the faithful must charitably but firmly engage in robust public debates on marriage, family and society

Salvadorans rally to pay tribute to the late archbishop in March (Photo: CNS)

Author Fr Ashley Beck says bishops who opposed his Cause felt betrayed by his shift against the ruling class

Sigmund Freud

The way many atheists and agnostics believe in the theories of men like Freud shows people still long for religious faith in this age of reason