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Pope Pius X’s Secretary of State was a man of remarkable humility

Lucy Beckett’s latest novel deals with perennial questions about the existence of God, the meaning of suffering and evil

C G Jung said Freud refused to acknowledge the spiritual and mystical side of human experience

Some feminists see the pill as an ‘unnecessary technological intervention in a woman’s body’

Fiorella Nash says authentic feminism should be pro-life

Dietrich von Hildebrand wrote a passionate defence of Humanae Vitae

Fr Thomas Berg shows how there can be a way forward for victims

‘Karol, the man who became Pope’ mixes modern history, moral dilemmas and human situations

Rosary walks, adult Sunday school, volunteering to babysit: there are many ways to live out the ‘Benedict Option’

In modern cities, it is possible to become a hermit unintentionally. A new book suggests practical steps to avoid that fate