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A book provides inspiration for those who think that saintliness is not for them

Cardinal Nichols asks whether our schools live up to John Henry Newman’s ideals

We live in a world that encourages euthanasia and views jumping in front of a train is an inconvenience for commuters

The letters of St Teresa of Avila reveal someone who was human and practical yet close to God

The Wilder award has been renamed because the author is out of step with ‘core values’. But there’s so much more to her work

Peter Kreeft’s ‘Forty Reasons’ is a commendably concise apologetic

Before her conversion she was a bohemian who lived for free love. Now she’s on the road to canonisation

Don’t be put off by extraordinary examples of holy families. They had plenty of troubles too.

Tyler Blanski writes of a journey from indifference to Catholicism

We are only just beginning to understand Dr Hans Asperger’s role in Nazi eugenics