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From a cramped studio in Hampshire, Franciscan friars are serving up prayer, ethical debate and even a comedy drama

Virginia Rounding’s account of Henry VIII’s sadism is unremittingly gory but scholarly and well-written, says Simon Caldwell

About 30,000 people from 127 nations attended including 50 bishops and more than 800 priests

If I were a betting man, I would be putting money on a Conservative majority of seventy seats

‘BlessU2’ is a gimmick for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation; the priesthood founded by Christ is forever, until He comes again

Peter Kreeft writes that Catholics can discover a ‘personal relationship with Jesus Christ’ from engaging in dialogue with Protestants

We must find out whether these attacks were planned at home or abroad

Joanna Bogle on the London parish that witnessed Saturday’s terror attack

Jesus Himself talks of Satan as a fallen angel, rather than as a literary construct

Catholic doctrine suggests that limbo really does exist – although opinions about it differ