The truth the mob clings to is often fragile
How will the Baz Luhrmann film, out in the UK next week, confront its existential themes?
Welcome to the first in a new series of Catholic Herald Podcast Debates.
Whether it’s liturgy or social mockery, Catholicism is a difficult thing to join
Andreotti, who has died aged 94, was nicknamed the ‘Eternal One’ of Italian politics. He was the opposite of bunga-bunga loving Berlusconi
If his ‘gay marriage’ bill is in the Queen’s speech, he will lose the next election
Most are from traditional Catholic families are not afraid of traditional devotions, according to a new survey
We should return to the days when children were named after saints rather than following the example of celebrities
We seem to be moving away from mass movements towards a more atomised society. What can we do about it?
‘Planned Parenthood is not going anywhere”, he told an audience