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I’m taking no chances with hell

What if Dante was right?

Once these grand, aristocratic families wielded influence in spades; now you’re more likely to see them mucking in at church fetes than bending the ear of the Nuncio

From the moment we approached the Church as a newly engaged couple Lida felt its warm embrace

There are few things less appealing than the tribalism which erupts whenever Israel goes to war

The Vatican’s ‘Voices of the popes’ audio archive is a reason for rejoicing

For five days, I went cold turkey. My mobile was off, my laptop far away. And time slowed down

The school must reform swiftly to remain a beacon of Benedictine education

A 168-year-old newspaper has sunk into the filth. The truth, I suspect, may never emerge fully

Auberon Waugh loathed the school and was beaten regularly by its headmaster. He took revenge through journalism

On a baking hot afternoon in the Maltese sea, a schoolmate and I almost got into serious trouble