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Is dying a form of art?

A new book urges us to rediscover the art of dying well

Angels are real, and constantly at work in the world on our behalf at the behest of God

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