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Muriel Spark found Catholicism practical and rational, while Edith Sitwell was receptive to the power of sacramental grace

Francis Phillips reviews a selection of books that help children to understand the Faith

A new book brings home the fact that, among the desperately ill, Christians do not simply trust in surgical skill

‘Gazing about, reaching for this and that’: the challenge of distraction, it seems, was just as strong at the EF as with the Novus Ordo

Books blog: Dr Holly Ordway’s Not God’s Type recounts a fascinating and uplifting journey

The most formative influence on Pope Francis has been the poverty of the ordinary people in his native Buenos Aires

A film presented by EXIT highlights the importance of offering solace to those who have lost the will to live

As well as the Pope, Catholics can also take their lead from Archbishop Fulton Sheen

Although we may have not have a truly Christian Remembrance Sunday, it doesn’t mean the ceremony lacks religious significance.

None of Elisabeth Leseur’s friends or family knew about her extraordinary spiritual life