25th January 2019
Heavenly help: Joseph’s story
The story of a young Jewish boy in Budapest during World War II, taken away from everything he knew and loved, whose life was saved by miraculous interventions by, among others, a Jesuit priest.
27th July 2017
Director Christopher Nolan grasps the importance of the drama that was a fateful turning point in the conduct of the Second World War and captures it impressively. In high definition form, the film is a visceral assault on the senses.
1st February 2017
Andrew Garfield gives a magnanimous performance in Mel Gibson's new film, Hacksaw Ridge, which proves that authentic Christianity can inspire a new way of engaging with a destructive mindset.
17th February 2015
Sorrow not sorry: Learning from Dresden
Archbishop Justin Welby has been denounced for an ‘apology for [the] defeat of Hitler’. What did he actually say and why is it worrying that the erroneous interpretation of his speech came from an MP?
7th November 2014
Blessed Rupert Mayer
After serving as a chaplain in WWI, Rupert Mayer, the ‘Apostle of Munich’, became an outspoken critic of the Nazis, which led to his imprisonment on more than one occasion. His feast is on 3 November.
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