SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
October 13, 2021
Good chaplaincy should help pupils navigate their school days, says Ferdie Rous
October 13, 2021
Despite implacable opposition to emancipation, the king held his Roman Catholic subjects in high esteem
October 13, 2021
Anna Somers Cocks on the plight of those left behind in Afghanistan, the apps offering a window on that country, and the challenges of her Italian garden
October 13, 2021
Adam Dant on the EU's art collection
October 13, 2021
St Birinus, probably a monk of St Andrew’s Benedictine Monastery on the Caelian Hill in Rome, was ordered by Pope Honorius I to England in 634 AD to convert the West Saxons. A year later he landed at Southampton. He succeeded in converting Cynegils, the West Saxon king. The latter gave St Birinus Dorchester-upon-Thames, as
October 13, 2021
In April, massive demonstrations exploded in Cali and in several Colombian cities. A combination of rising poverty, political dissatisfaction, and the Covid-19 pandemic led many people, especially the youth, to demand President Iván Duque’s impeachment.  After a few months, the mobilization lost momentum, even though a political solution has never emerged. But now many hope
October 12, 2021
Director Stefan Kaminski assesses the inaugural Christian Leadership Formation programme at the Christian Heritage Centre at Stonyhurst
October 12, 2021
When faced with modern quandaries, the Church offers guidance
October 12, 2021
Where would you go? I would go to Canterbury which is not very original, but I have my reasons. Where I live in south London is very close to the Pilgrims Way and my office is in some almshouses in Peckham called the Pilgrims’ Cloisters. I feel that Canterbury is so essential to the church
October 12, 2021
A new film about a Jewish baby rescued from Dachau by a Catholic SS officer seeks investors
October 11, 2021
English teacher Roy Peachey on the best way to tackle ‘chronological snobbery’
October 11, 2021
Weathering the storm with the subtle theology in the poetry of George Mackay Brown
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