Chesterton ‘addresses the narrowness and slipperiness of modern thinking’, says the author of a new guide to his work
African society is often mocked for its polygamous practices but this pagan cultural form has its roots in a pro-life mentality
For some reason, Mary is often a stumbling block for those outside the Church.
When Our Lady appeared to the children of Fatima she said many souls go to hell because no one prays for them
Why does Amoris Laetita remind priests that Confession should not be torture?
A recent comment under one of my blogs beautifully illustrated why I chose to be Catholic
The author weighed up the flawed reasoning of the head with the deeper wisdom of the heart
Take heart from one of the life-enhancing messages of Shakespeare’s famous play
‘Many happy returns’ sounds inappropriate; but one can still say, ‘Thank you and God bless’
Rupert Shortt’s God is No Thing provides a courteous response to atheists