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The idea of old age as the last stage in the journey to God is a source of great hope

The L’Arche founder is a deserving winner of the Templeton Prize

If only Fr Theodore Hesburgh, the late president of Notre Dame, had fully grasped the ideals of his hero Cardinal Newman

A new book shows that Blessed John Henry Newman was a man of action and an indefatigable administrator

Fr George William Rutler gives the parables their bite back in his erudite and witty Hints of Heaven

A new book offers a fresh perspective on the life of St Joan

“101 Tips for a Happier Marriage” by Jennifer Roback Morse and Betsy Kerekes contains some sage advice

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