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History will judge Blessed Paul kindly, for his courage and his deep prayerfulness

The trouble with Wagner

The composer’s anti-Semitism has worrying echoes in today’s society

Overwhelming sorrow and loss are what the saints mean by the ‘mystery of the Cross’

There is a gulf between a Catholic view of motherhood and the way it is portrayed in the media

The author discusses faith at university, friendships with atheists, and the old Mass and the new

It’s been Mary Medlicott’s job to tell stories for more than 30 years

After the 1944 massacre in Civitella, a captain and a priest arrived to bring consolation and material support

Comparing Günter Grass’s late works with Titian’s shows that faith expands the artistic imagination

The President-elect wants ‘to make America great again’, but his vision is limited

I’m ready to embrace the small and symbolic traditions that I once thought of as archaic