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Even Moses stuttered

George VI, whose stammer was recently the subject of the Oscar-winning film, The King's Speech

Speech problems can actually help clergy, says Phong Vinh Nguyen

C S Lewis came so close to Catholicism

The desk where C S Lewis wrote The Chronicles of Narnia (Photo: CNS)

Mary Forster says if he had become Catholic he might never have written some of his best-loved works

Film review: Parkland

'Billy Bob Thornton, as secret service agent Forrest Sorrells, seems to have been asked to just look stern and march up and down corridors a lot'

An attempt to depict the assassination of JFK through the eyes of the people who were there amounts to a dull historical re-enactment

Fr Jerome Murphy-O’Connor: Why scholarship trumps archaeology

Father Jerome Murphy-O'Connor

In a recent interview with the Herald, Father Jerome Murphy-O’Connor, who died this week, argues the pen is mightier than the spade

‘We can’t fight future wars without Aquinas’

US Army soldiers mark a landing zone north of Baghdad with green smoke

Modern military leaders ignore the insights of Augustine and Aquinas at their peril