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‘Abortion Matters’ is for anyone who is open to a proper and honest debate

Father Canavan would not be popular among large cohorts of opinion-makers today

A book on self-esteem by a Benedictine monk reminds us how faith makes us joyful

Conversion involves trustfulness and self-surrender, not simply impulse

Paul Shrimpton says the Christian faith of those involved in the White Rose movement has been downplayed or ignored

It was his long hikes in the Nevada desert that first gave Kenneth Garcia a sense of the ‘mysterious and holy’

Charles Coulombe says Catholics should live the faith as much as possible

Sometimes you have to jettison the arguments and invite the sceptic to make a leap of faith

Optimistically hoping no-one is in hell doesn’t begin to cut it

Feminists are drawn to St Mary Magdalene because they are blind to her true Gospel significance