Series 1, Episodes 1 & 2 of The Young Pope directed by Paolo Sorrentino starring Jude Law, is about a pontiff who embraces the concept of to sin as being divine
The historical aspect of decorative needlework from medieval times is both diverse and full of richness, as humankind gained a new interest in the visible world. An exhibition in London at the V & A Museum 2016-2017 showcased Opus Anglicanum: masterpieces of English medieval embroidery, helping to document costume divine….
Italian movie God Willing (2015) is a comedy of manners about a dysfunctional family and what happens when they have a head on engagement with religion today
David Suchet and a fine ensemble cast at Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre deliver Roger Crane’s The Last Confession, a play about church politics, in brilliant style
Ian Wilson an internationally published author will present new research and developments about the controversial Shroud of Turin at Melbourne 9th February 2014
A movie about Philomena and her 3 year old son and a journey she takes to find out who purchased him 50 years ago from Nuns at the convent where she gave birth
In the great traditions of those who chronicle history Peter Ackroyd’s The History of England is rich and eloquent in its prose, especially Volume II: Tudors