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

A new book and bold new programme are bringing the Church’s life-enhancing teaching to the next generation

Mark Riebling’s Church of Spies is an exciting Vatican thriller that doesn’t quite add up

Wartime refugees had a high regard for Britain’s values. But we hardly know what those values are any more

Our deathbeds are an opportunity to sort out the unfinished, sometimes heartbreaking, emotional business of life

Delia Maguire tells Francis Phillips that, after the abuse crisis, the Church in Ireland will never be the same again

Despite some criticisms of Catholic culture, The Rural Gentleman by Delia Maguire is never contemptuous or dismissive of the Faith

In his interview with Andrea Tornielli Pope Francis recalled his first encounter with God’s mercy

Everyday Saints and Other Stories is fascinating collection of tales about the Orthodox monks in the Pskov Caves Monastery

Francis Phillips talks to Roger Buck the author of the ‘Gentle Traditionalist’