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Nagasaki was like scene out of hell when the atomic bomb hit

Francis Phillips visited a surprisingly Catholic-looking Anglican church

Stand up to bullies, don’t be crushed by failure, and, first of all, make your bed

Douglas Murray sees that a decadent continent must not forget Christianity

Neurosurgeon Henry Marsh finds it difficult having to ‘play God’, but also says the human mind is ‘as great a mystery as the universe itself’

Detective stories are generally seen as leisure reading for a mind at rest; not so this new compilation from Ignatius Press

Bl Karl Leisner was ordained in secret by Bishop Gabriel Piguet of Clermont-Ferrand, a fellow prisoner

2,579 priests, monks and seminarians from Germany and Occupied Europe were imprisoned at the camp

A new book on the notorious Calais ‘Jungle’ reminds us that behind the statistics are ordinary people longing for a decent life

Poetry can open our eyes to the glory of the divine presence in creation, says Joseph Pearce