I was honoured to be asked by South East Fermanagh Foundation (SEFF) to chair a meeting about legacy policy at Westminster the other day, and I say that because I mean it, writes Ruth Dudley Edwards
Karl Barth once advised preachers to read the Bible and the news together.
Cardinal Arinze weighs in on the Communion debate – and recalls the saint who inspired his vocation
The move by German bishops to admit Protestant spouses in mixed marriages to Holy Communion has taken a dramatic new twist, writes Jon Anderson in the Catholic Herald.
Work has begun on a new library to house the biggest collection of religious works in the world, outside the Vatican.
The striking Convent Chapel at Mount Lourdes Grammar School in Enniskillen is an important part of the town's cultural and historical heritage
More than 230 influential members of the Presbyterian Church have put their names to a letter critical of the General Assembly's ruling on same-sex relationships, David Young reports in the Belfast Telegraph, July 6, 2018
As the Northern Ireland Office invites you to tell it how you want the government to deal with the legacy of the Troubles, Ulster Unionist MLA and former Victims Commissioner Mike Nesbitt shares his concerns about the new bodies proposed in the consultation document, Mike Nesbitt writes in the Belfast Telegraph