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Edmond Rostand, author of Cyrano de Bergerac, tells us profound truths via his wonderfully entertaining plays

The new atheist author’s book is a well-meaning attempt to offer practical consolation in a Godless world

Many patients cannot find peace until they have become reconciled with those they love

To Kill A Mockingbird is the work of a true artist who gave literary life to the world she saw and experienced

‘Betrayal’ is a grim story but every Catholic should read it

Seduced by ‘the devil’ Hitler

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Himmler, Goebbels, Heydrich and others were all drawn to Nazism after rejecting their Catholic faith. Were they searching for a new saviour?

Francis Phillips talks to founder of Life charity, Jack Scarisbrick

As a poor young priest, St Louis was helped by a mistress of the king of France

A book about the life of monks in Pskov-Caves Monastery has become an unlikely bestseller

Sister Theresa Noble herself abandoned the faith in adolescence – she now explains how love ones can be brought back