SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Joanna Bogle

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July 28, 2016
The Pope Emeritus stating there is no unpublished secret has only fuelled the Fatima rumour machine
July 28, 2016
When I was in Rome at the end of May, Benedict XVI issued an important statement in response to scurrilous material published on the internet. An online story had suggested that he had, some years ago, told a friend in conversation that there was an unpublished secret about Fatima. This would have meant that he
June 02, 2016
Prison can be a time for rethinking. As a catechist, I have seen a deep spiritual hunger behind the locked doors
June 02, 2016
They mostly call you “Miss”, as if you were a schoolteacher. And the whole place does rather have the feel of a school: a big modern, concrete-and-corridors noisy comprehensive. A modern prison isn’t a dark subterranean dungeon with guttering candles revealing gaunt, bearded faces that have not seen the light of day for years. It’s
March 24, 2016
The forthcoming canonisation of Mother Elizabeth Hesselblad, the Swedish woman who re-established the Brigittine Order in the 1900s, not only honours a notable figure of the 20th century but will also emphasise afresh the Church’s commitment to religious freedom and to friendship with the Jewish people. Mother Elizabeth was beatified by Pope St John Paul
March 22, 2016
When we saw a protest for women's ordination outside a Chrism Mass, we knew we had to offer a response
January 28, 2016
He was wounded in war, forced underground by the Nazis and silenced by his superiors. But nothing could stop Henri de Lubac from becoming one of the great theologians of his age
January 28, 2016
Next month marks the 120th anniversary of the birth of one of the most influential theologians of the modern era, and a man whose life reads like an adventure story. Born into an ancient noble family, he served with distinction in the First World War and with heroism in the French Resistance in the Second,
August 26, 2015
Youth 2000 will celebrate 25 years this weekend in Walsingham
April 09, 2015
At last Cardinal Jean Daniélou is beginning to be honoured as he should be
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