Mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano may have been able to quote scripture, but that’s no indication of his piety
What does the cry of the people baying for blood during Christ’s Passion really mean?
Why a new play about Pope John Paul II offers an original, thought-provoking perspective on the man who became pope
The Devil’s Advocate has a necessary task but the late Pope’s virtues outweigh his faults and errors of judgement
Instead of huffing and puffing about the new English translation of the Mass, priests should instruct their parishioners on why it is a good thing
Bishop Athanasius Schneider’s book argues for reverence for the Eucharist and concentrates the mind wonderfully
Sir Derek Jacobi is wrong to think that Shakespeare could not have written his own plays; the greatest poet and dramatist of all times was an Englishman and a Catholic
Despite the furore over condoms, Light of the World, the book-length interview with Pope Benedict, is about a whole lot more than sex.
The case of Asia Bibi, a Pakistani Christian sentenced to death for blasphemy, raises the question whether there can be dialogue with Islam if there is no religious freedom