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European-wide Christian names were a product of Christendom

A new book brings home the fact that, among the desperately ill, Christians do not simply trust in surgical skill

This year I am experiencing Advent from a fresh angle, from Mary’s remarkable perspective as an expectant mother

On the questions of ISIS and Armenia, President Erdogan seemed to be given a pass by the Pope

There’s no need to adopt their fasting rules, but we can learn quite a bit from the Russians’ preparations for Christmas

‘Gazing about, reaching for this and that’: the challenge of distraction, it seems, was just as strong at the EF as with the Novus Ordo

The remaining all-Christian villages in the region are picturesque and prosperous and trace their history to the first century

The joy of the gospel, says Pope Benedict, lies in the authentic truth about God

Which way will Turkey turn?

President Erdogan seems to be doing much to reverse Atatürk’s secular reforms

Pope Francis has a strong track record on respect for women and the elderly