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Listening to, and responding to, God's call can lead you to unexpected and exciting places, says Mike Goldsmith.
Brexit and the US presidential elections have revealed deep divisions in western society. Fr David Oakley says now is the time to speak hope into people’s unrest.
As immigration dominates political debate on both sides of the Atlantic, Sarah Dickson considers how a Christian should view others and their value to society.
Miriam Jarvis was considering suicide until the love of God transformed her life.
Threat of government inspections hangs over church activities for children and teenagers, writes Ben Ryan.
With an unprecedented number of people across the world leaving their homes to seek refuge in countries like the UK, Scott Albrecht shares some on advice how to accommodate Asylum seekers.
Academy chief executive John Mannix on why Catholic education desperately needs teachers who have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
The Catholic Church condemns nuclear weapons. So why are Labour’s Catholic MPs unwilling to join their party leader Jeremy Corbyn in doing the same, asks Ben Ryan?
Holly Ball tells the story of Mandy, just one of the thousands of people across Britain that Christians Against Poverty (CAP) are helping to overcome debt-induced suffering.
Theresa Kelly says that, in the face of many pressures, governors of Catholic schools must be open to being “bothered” by the Holy Spirit.