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Dr Adrian Vermeule has opened up about the influences which led him to Catholicism, including Blessed John Henry Newman

My journey from Tehran to Rome

As a Muslim-born Iranian, I first doubted God, then flirted with Nietzsche and Marxism. But the whisper of conscience kept suggesting that I go to Mass

University: a Catholic survival guide

It’s much easier than you think to keep the faith at a secular institution. But there’s one thing you must be prepared to do

Archbishop Justin Welby was speaking during a discussion on ecumenism in Assisi

A new poll suggests up to a third of France’s Muslims reject the legitimacy of the country’s secular law

Critics keep announcing the Church’s imminent demise. If only they realised that numbers have doubled since 1970 – and are still rising

The Our Father, Word by Word, is a book which will surprise you

Trial begins of four men accused of carrying out religiously aggravated assault

Non-believers long for a spiritual truth which only the Church can provide. But to win souls we must focus on God and charity, not political arguments

Seeking God behind bars

Prison can be a time for rethinking. As a catechist, I have seen a deep spiritual hunger behind the locked doors