Who wants to live in a country where the Our Father is deemed offensive?
The debate about press freedom is a distraction from the real scandal
As a new centre to study relics opens in Oxford, Fr Matthew Pittam takes a look at some more unusual examples
Mixing war, smartphones and the legend of Glastonbury, The Secret of Glaston Tor is an exciting tale
A sneak preview of this week’s issue
Talk of a ‘hierarchical’ God and a ‘vertical’ universe overlooks basic Catholic doctrine
His Holiness would do well to listen and learn from the African Church, whose religious experience is arguably more authentic than that of the West
Some have seized on attacks by Islamists to smear all religions by association. But the Christian faith can play a key role in awakening the West from its slumber
Being an English Catholic in the first two thirds of the 20th century was rather like being Jewish
Is Putin is trying to pick up from where Tsar Nicholas left off?