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The young man’s death raises questions about Egypt’s regime. Italians will hope the papal visit has some impact

I and other participants were fascinated by the profundity of John Paul’s teaching

The Knights were conquered by Napoleon and almost co-opted by the Tsar. But they survived

The great Romantic writer believed that poems should be consonant with Scripture and Christian tradition

Once you abandon belief in rationality, all you are left with is force and violence

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The reformist German party want sweeping changes. But can they win over the voters?

Egypt’s long Good Friday

The Pope is taking a risk by visiting Egypt, but he is going to the right place at the right time

Dreher says Christians in America have to accept they will soon be part of a tiny, embattled minority

Some Catholics may feel uneasy about contemporary music, but Stormzy’s lyrics draw deeply on his faith