SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Notre Damned
The former Archbishop of Paris was the one man who could have stopped the emblem of French Catholicism being turned into an “experimental showroom”
Vowing to revive monasticism
As monastic communities dwindle, we must strive all the more to imitate Christ
Double fault
Djokovic's deportation from Australia highlights the ugliness of vaccine mandates and the group think that comes with it
Should dogs attend Mass?
If the Mass is a glimpse of Heaven on Earth, we must ask ourselves in what way dogs might relate to eternal blessedness
The true Light, which lighteth every man that cometh
Ours is a universal church with a message of hope for all mankind
Why mandatory vaccinations are wrong
There are many reasons why some people cannot or choose not to receive a vaccine.
The Blessed Virgin’s decision as the Perfection of Freedom
The Virgin understood that only by giving herself was she truly herself
The Nobel prize: Religion and science
While discussions of the compatibility of science and religion abound, talk of religion and literature is less frequent
We need to be saved before the planet
The Church’s purpose is to save our bodies and the increasingly poisoned environment they inhabit
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