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The Australian’s collection of poems, Sentenced to Life, reflect the sorrows and regrets of his life

Noble but self-effacing characters like Professor Lejeune are still around us, not merely in the past

There are very good reasons to oppose Rob Marris MP’s proposed legislation, but the argument must be deepened

Blackout, by Sarah Hepola, is frank and shocking, but ends with hope in a higher power

All who love Chesterton should read this scholarly, sympathetic and insightful study.

Fr Jonathan Cotton offers six steps that can prepare Catholics to share their faith

Putting forward the Christian point of view in the press and social media will help keep the moral dimension of public debates alive

Gertrud von le Fort has made an imaginative contribution to the history of the inspirational Carmelites

Edward VIII was a feckless Nazi sympathiser – we should be grateful his marriage to ‘that woman’ sparked the abdication crisis

The pessimistic noble Giacomo Leopardi was a precursor to Nietzsche and Samuel Beckett