The National Gallery director on religious art, family singalongs, and the Marian painting that survived the Puritans
Cardinal Sarah uses the term ‘reconciliation’ because moving towards his vision begins with a change of heart
The Jewish people have endured a long exile from history. They have now returned.
A new politics of values is replacing an empty politics of freedom for its own sake
To Herald readers: a charity without chuggers needs your support
Christian minorities across the world are facing a deadly new ‘hyper-extremism’. There is only one way to ensure their survival
Many Arab Christians wanting to divorce resort to converting to another religion
The rift, which began with the joint canonisation of John Paul II and John XXIII, is rarely spoken about in public