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The Chosen review: The ways of heaven and earth

Episode five of The Chosen contrasts the ways of the earthly and heavenly kingdoms through Jesus’ encounter with Roman soldiers and a stay at the house of Mary and Martha.

Young theatre company makes Wilde sparkle

Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband is a step forward for Catholic theatre group Upstage Productions, but may not be for the whole family.

Book review: My Spirit Land

Just like the “pilgrim church” the Second Vatican Council called us to be, Archbishop Emeritus of Perth Barry Hickey’s memoir My Spirit Land shows a pastor journeying through history alongside fellow pilgrims.

True Detective: Night country shows the post-Christian imagination is bleaker than...

It’s unfair to compare True Detective: Night Country to the show’s sublime first season. But it’s impossible not to, if only to show how much bleaker the post-Christian vision has become in the last decade

Tolkien’s vision was richer and nobler than The Rings of Power

JRR Tolkien sought to rescue the power of mythology from its misuse by the Nazis. How did the producers of The Rings of Power miss that, asks Dr Mario Baghos
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