SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Corinna Turner

August 02, 2020
Recent federal executions raise serious  questions At 4 AM on Tuesday 14th July 2020, Danny Lewis Lee was taken from his cell in the federal facility at Terre Haute, led to the execution chamber and strapped to the gurney. According to initial reports by both his attorney, Ruth Friedman, and by Tim Evans, a press
September 20, 2021
On Sunday, a solemn Mass of Thanksgiving in the church of San Domenico in Castillo, Italy—where Margaret of Castillo’s body lies incorrupt—provides a joyful conclusion to her long journey to official sainthood. Margaret was born in 1287 in Metola in Italy. Her father Parisio, a successful soldier, expected a healthy first-born son—instead, God gave him
October 09, 2020
Acclaimed author Corinna Turner looks at the life and powerful legacy of witness of Carlo Acutis, whose beatification is Saturday, 10 October 2020.
May 16, 2019
London’s second March for Life was preceded, like last year’s, by an all-night Vigil for Life at the Dominican Rosary Shrine. It nearly didn’t go ahead: the organiser, Fr Lawrence Lew OP, was laid up in bed. “I prayed to be well so that the Vigil for Life could go ahead,” he remarked, “and on
May 07, 2018
The March for Life came to London for the first time this year – and made itself heard
March 12, 2018
The Irish pro-life movement rallied ahead of May's abortion referendum
July 04, 2017
In Ireland right now it's more important than ever before that people stand up for the right to life
May 22, 2017
The threat of violence couldn't stop us from celebrating life and bearing witness
May 01, 2017
I and other participants were fascinated by the profundity of John Paul's teaching
April 06, 2017
A tiny curl of flame rises from the small heap of birch bark. My sore fingers fumbling in haste, I feed it with curls of bark, my face inches away as I blow. Blow and pray: Lord, please let it catch this time… When I arrived in this quiet woodland for my five-day “Beginners to
July 29, 2016
Are young people from the West ready to fully embrace the dangers and delights of Catholicism?
July 25, 2016
The Dominican Youth Movement had a delayed start to the World Youth Day pilgrimage, but should still make it to Krakow ahead of Pope Francis
July 04, 2016
The All Ireland Rally for Life was not met with the kind of bewilderment that greets pro-life marches in the rest of the UK
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