Joe Egerton argues that J K Rowling has produced a valuable resource to introduce the Catholic faith to a generation that knows Harry Potter far better than it knows Jesus Christ.
Before Fyodor Dostoevsky, who died on 9 February 1881, entered the lists as a Christian writer he had undergone experiences that would have broken the spirit of most men.
How are the same insightful questions about the human social condition and the search for happiness raised in the woks of Leo Tolstoy and of French author, Michel Houellebecq?
5 August: the Canaanite woman in today's gospel (Mt 15:21-28) is the only person in the New Testament to win an argument with Jesus.
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