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A 14-year battle over the closure of an Aberystwyth church exposes the stark realities of Welsh Catholicism today

When a series of earthquakes destroyed the monastery of Norcia, the monks set to work rebuilding a new home

In the new BBC show, religious observance is little more than a tribal marker

Marist Brother Frank McGovern was a ‘hands-on Christian’

From unemployment to decaying buildings, the city of Christ’s birth is in need of regeneration. Enter a new Christian mayor – and Banksy

When I investigated the story of the Three Wise Men, I found something more profound than the popular legend

Ross Douthat and others hope for a stable truce between Christianity and aggressive liberalism. That’s just wishful thinking

There is a craving by young Catholics to have access to the Church’s forgotten rituals

A new book examines the historical evidence

Modern-day Pharisees are trying to get round the Church’s teaching on objective right and wrong. Their next target? Humanae Vitae