The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and former head of the Army, Lord Dannatt, are among those backing 'There but not there', a project to remember the lost boys of WW1 by photographer Martin Barraud

In recent decades, the Vatican has condemned the books of a number of United States theologians and writers.

I WAS WONDERING what the most religious work was in the exhibition "All Too Human" at Tate Britain.

A casual conversation with a nun when the Pope was elected revealed deep dissatisfaction with the way they are treated.

ONE OF THE GREAT things about a royal wedding is that it gets the Church of England in the news; sometimes in a good way. The marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the American actress, is a case in point.

The Louse made the strongest impression on me, until I walked into a room full of big portraits in oils.

I have spent the week in London – indeed, I write this from an Anglican vicarage in Clapham, where I have been staying.

There’s a charming essay in a little volume, Mr Darcy in Love & Other Jane Austen Studies by Ivor Morris

How’s this for a job advert? “Palace. World Heritage Site. Location Westminster.

A RECORDED voice spoke out between stops on the Underground. “There are beggars and buskers operating on this train. Please do not encourage their presence by supporting them. The next station is Sloane Square.”

This summer sees the fiftieth anniversary of the papal encyclical Humanae Vitae, which restated the Catholic Church’s official teaching that the use of artificial contraception in any form was gravely sinful.

The celebrations of the centenary of the passage of the bill allowing limited women’s suffrage in the United Kingdom demonstrated that, in history as in war, to the victor, the spoils.

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