SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Anthony Cazalet

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October 01, 2021
Religious relics and devotional merchandise can be macabre, thought-provoking, whimsical and, in some cases, downright entertaining. In Italy, one can visit reliquaries housing the mummified head of St Catherine of Siena or the uncorrupted tongue of St Anthony of Padua before buying blue plastic keyrings of the pierced St Sebastian – what my cheeky godson
June 01, 2021
Anthony Cazalet explores the rich and pungent history of monastic cheesemaking
April 01, 2021
Anthony Cazalet looks at the papal penchant for wine and suggests a few bottles to enjoy at home
June 17, 2020
Billy Connolly tells the story of two Celtic football fans who drink two pints of crème de menthe each, as they were told it was the Pope’s drink of choice. While recovering from the after-effects of their misguided consumption, they comment that they are not surprised the Pope is carried around in a chair. Until
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