Jack Scarisbrick

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July 14, 2016
All Things Made New by Diarmaid MacCulloch Allen Lane, £25 Diarmaid MacCulloch is a professor of the History of the Church at Oxford, an acclaimed telly don and a knight. He is also prodigiously learned and productive – and has won (deservedly) pretty well every major literary prize there is. Here we have some 360
June 09, 2016
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is not short of titles. She is Queen of 15 countries (including Canada, the Solomon Islands, Jamaica, Belize and Australia) as well as the United Kingdom; Defender of the Faith; a Countess, a Duchess (of Edinburgh) and four times Duke (eg of Lancaster and Normandy); Lord of Mann; sovereign of
February 04, 2016
How would King Henry VIII react to the news that Cardinal Vincent Nichols will preside at Catholic Vespers in the Chapel Royal of Hampton Court Palace on February 9? Not just by turning in his grave (which anyway might be difficult since it is possible, if not probable, that his daughter Mary, when she became
February 04, 2016
The king would have been furious that Cardinal Nichols is to preside at Vespers in Hampton Court Palace next week
January 28, 2016
Here is a prediction that will hearten some, dumbfound others and enrage a few: abortionism (by which I mean the acceptance and provision of abortion as part of modern life) is doomed. Sooner or later our society must repudiate it. It’s a question of when, not whether. This is so for two reasons. First, abortionism
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