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Waugh was as politically incorrect as it is possible to be

Owen shows that sanctity has nothing to do with social status or educational attainments

A new book looks at a part of southern France where tight-knit communities saved Jewish lives

Contrary to popular assumptions, chastity is dynamic, creative and radical

There is much about brain function that is not yet understood and it appears that the medical definition of ‘brain death’ is not infallible

Author Patrick Madrid’s new book is eloquent on the importance of sacramental Confession

After a century of two world wars we know better that it is rarely the solution to human conflict

Stratford’s Requiem Mass was a solemn and beautiful occasion

Simcha Fisher’s Sinner’s Guide is recommended for those faithful to Church teaching on contraception and those who are struggling with it

A BBC Radio 4 programme yesterday showed how unborn children should be treated by the medical profession – with the utmost care and respect