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Fiorella de Maria’s We’ll Never Tell Them, set amid the two World Wars, is a perfect read for young people debating their future path in life

“Mercy Works: Practical Love for the 21st Century” is a must-read

Catholic critic Edward Short’s Adventures in the Books Pages features perceptive comment on the likes of Graham Greene, Leonardo da Vinci and GK Chesterton

The canonisation of Blessed Louis and Zelie Martin is a crucial part of the process

The First World War nurse exemplified all the qualities associated with an ideal of womanhood that’s not fashionable today

To avoid becoming downcast it is best to heed the advice of Mgr Ronald Knox

By the time young Catholics reach university so many are ill-equipped to relate their faith to their lives

Persuading young people to opt for marriage and family cannot be achieved by loving compassion alone

A new book charts the historical relationship between the Church and science

It’s right that we help everyone we can, but should we give priority to the region’s Christians?