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James is a ‘pugnacious and provocative’ writer but Cultural Amnesia is not without flaws

The author of Bread Not Stones had a dramatic and unconventional journey to Rome

The Catholic Truth Society has brought out a new edition of the little manual beloved of the Church before Vatican II

Queen Victoria would have approved of the Prince’s defending the faith – up to a point

What secular historians of the Reformation have missed is that commemorating saints’ days in medieval Catholic England was a popular celebration of holy life

We have come to think that all scientific breakthroughs and discoveries must be viewed as ‘progress’

Francis’s love of Lord of the World by Robert Hugh Benson highlights his appreciation of the power of the Devil

Alice von Hildebrand uncompromising attitude to objective truth does not go down well in an age of relativism

Historians will argue about his mistakes, but everyone who filed past Churchill’s coffin was certain they were mourning the passing of a great man

A new book sets out why evangelising is not the reserve of Protestants