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Written by the winners, history has been harsh to the French emperor

Wellington – the Iron Irishman

Wellington was born in Ireland, once spoke with a thick brogue, and relied on Irish troops and officers to defeat Napoleon. Yet history portrays him as scorning his background

The libertarian politician is also a critic of ‘big government’ which withers away of the role of the individual

The invention of liberty, literacy and prosperity have all been wrongly portrayed as Protestant developments

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The latest book from the Catholic Truth Society on euthanasia is very well-timed

The Pope’s encyclical will surely focus on our duties of stewardship towards Creation

The community of the Church is one very good place to learn the virtues that Aristotle prescribes

He could be intercessor for the young people who found themselves on the jobs market after 2008

The new Vatican tribunal is welcome news indeed