SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Anna Arco

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March 11, 2011
On Ash Wednesday Anglican clergy officially ceased ministry and began preparing for reception and ordination into the Church. Here are the numbers
March 10, 2011
The Pope has said he is unhappy about the small amount of time given to ecumenical dialogue in the provisional plans for his September visit to Germany
February 03, 2011
Christian universities have a responsibility to remind Europe of its Christian roots
January 14, 2011
Bishop Alan Hopes ordained three former Anglican bishops to the diaconate yesterday during a historic Mass
January 13, 2011
Days before his ordination to the Catholic priesthood, former Anglican bishop talks candidly about his path to the ordinaritate
November 19, 2010
Today's press conference about the Ordinariate shows a big shift in mood since last November
October 11, 2010
Former Czech President Vaclav Havel yesterday opened Forum 2000 by deploring the pride and shortsightedness of today's global society
September 20, 2010
And, in some ways, Catholics in Britain have already risen to the challenge
September 13, 2010
Benedict XVI will be surrounded by his seguito, or following, during the papal visit
July 30, 2010
Archbishop of Birmingham talks about the papal visit and Cardinal Newman's legacy
July 19, 2010
The V&A is putting on a unique exhibition of Raphael tapestries to coincide with the Pope's trip – but another spectacular show seems to have bit the dust
July 15, 2010
There is a great deal of good in these new norms. If only the Vatican had issued two separate documents
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