This week we bring you an exclusive report on the graffiti artist, known as Pure Evil, who is related to Thomas More and describes him as an “absolute hero” and we reveal the reason a Catholic priest paid almost £5,000 for a 1903 conclave ballot sheet at auction.
Meanwhile, Simon Caldwell talks with Pascal Uche the seminarian who represented the face of Catholic youth in Britain during Pope Benedict XVI’s 2010 visit to the UK. Flip Mazurczak writes about the amazing rebirth of Catholic Spain, Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith reports on the eight figures who altered Catholic history and Fr Jeremy Davies explains why yoga might be bad for us. And finally the broadcast journalist Petroc Trelawny reveals that a Catholic priest taught him to roller skate.
All this and much, much more is in the June 20 edition of The Catholic Herald. To receive six issues for just £6 click here.