In this week’s edition of The Catholic Herald Melanie McDonagh argues that we must not let Richard Dawkins win over the next generation; Dennis Sewell says austerity chic is of no use to the poor; in the first of a series of interviews with critics of the Church, Ed West speaks to Stonewall chief executive Ben Summerskill; Jonathan Wright on the Lindisfarne Gospels; and Patrick Reynteins reviews Saints Alive, a new exhibtion of work by Michael Landy at the National Gallery. To keep up with the latest news, reviews and features, order six issues of the Herald for £6.
In this week’s edition of The Catholic Herald Cardinal George Pell talks exclusively about his new role as one of eight senior advisers to the Pope; agnostic Peter Nightingale says the Catholic Church is right to oppose sterilisation; Stuart Reid says we need to calm down about gay marriage; and Anna Arco ponders why atheists love Francis. To keep up with the latest news, reviews and features, order six issues of the Herald for £6.
Author Wm Paul Young tells Will Gore that his international bestseller The Shack was born out of a wrenching personal crisis