The Protestant revolution was marked by iconoclasm and the abolition of many spiritual practices. So how do we mark it without offending fellow Christians?
Fr Raniero Cantalamessa preached during the inauguarion of the Tenth General Synod in Westminster Abbey
If the English Reformation had never happened our cathedrals would blaze with colour, our monasteries would house the homeless and our nation would be less gloomy
In an age when Christians are once again being persecuted, interest in the English martyrs is on the rise. The saint-making Pope Francis could be the one to canonise them
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Plans for an ecumenical Luther 2017 are breaking down. That is no disaster
How can we help Islam reform when so many western commentators do not understand Christianity?
Pope says the two sides must ‘confront the historical reality of the Reformation’
A new exhibition at Tate Britain highlights the scale of destruction to artworks in the Tudor period – a staggering amount of books and music were also destroyed