December 22, 2015 - Page 4 of 6 - Catholic Herald
Alexandra DeSanctis
The Trouble with Cuties
Leticia Ochoa Adams
The Business of Dying
Christopher Altieri
In Praise of Times Past

December 22, 2015

Sex and culture

No generation in history, I suspect, has experienced as much change as we have in the past 60 years. That change is not just...

All aboard for the Mercy Bus

A “Mercy Bus” will hit the streets of the Diocese of Salford in Lent next year in response to Pope Francis calling for a Year...

Let us all be beacons of light

Every Advent we are called to reflect on our lives and our faith. We prepare ourselves anew for the coming of our Saviour, Jesus...

Help tackle the plague of loneliness

Every December, the start of the Christmas season is heralded not only by carols and mince pies, but also by tearjerker adverts designed to...

Santa, Rudolf … and Jesus

Bemoaning the secular celebration of Christmas seems to have become an Advent tradition. Inches of column space and radio phone-ins are given over to...

Eyes down for our Christmas quiz

This true-or-false quiz is designed to provide entertainment around the Christmas table. The answers are in the second and third columns, so you might...

If it’s Christmas, it must be New York

New York Whenever I speak to foreign friends, acquaintances and even strangers near Christmastime, they often openly fantasise about spending the holiday in New...

Dieting in January is un-Christian

Right in the middle of the Twelve Days of Christmas we get – well, the feast of Saints Melanie (sic) for one thing – but also...

Sex and culture

No generation in history, I suspect, has experienced as much change as we have in the past 60 years. That change is not just...

All aboard for the Mercy Bus

A “Mercy Bus” will hit the streets of the Diocese of Salford in Lent next year in response to Pope Francis calling for a Year...

Let us all be beacons of light

Every Advent we are called to reflect on our lives and our faith. We prepare ourselves anew for the coming of our Saviour, Jesus...

Help tackle the plague of loneliness

Every December, the start of the Christmas season is heralded not only by carols and mince pies, but also by tearjerker adverts designed to...

Santa, Rudolf … and Jesus

Bemoaning the secular celebration of Christmas seems to have become an Advent tradition. Inches of column space and radio phone-ins are given over to...

Eyes down for our Christmas quiz

This true-or-false quiz is designed to provide entertainment around the Christmas table. The answers are in the second and third columns, so you might...

If it’s Christmas, it must be New York

New York Whenever I speak to foreign friends, acquaintances and even strangers near Christmastime, they often openly fantasise about spending the holiday in New...

Dieting in January is un-Christian

Right in the middle of the Twelve Days of Christmas we get – well, the feast of Saints Melanie (sic) for one thing – but also...

Alexandra DeSanctis
The Trouble with Cuties
Leticia Ochoa Adams
The Business of Dying
Christopher Altieri
In Praise of Times Past