SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
July 22, 2010
July 22, 2010
This year commemorates the 350th anniversary of the deaths of Vincent de Paul and Louise de Marillac
July 22, 2010
Anna Arco visits the thriving Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate in Cornwall who follow an arduous daily routine of work and prayer
July 22, 2010
L'Osservatore Romano praises film's creative ambition
July 22, 2010
Scripture readings for the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms
July 22, 2010
Sixteen young people spent the day at the Liverpool centre for evangelisation where they learned to use the internet to publicise the papal visit to Britain
July 22, 2010
Bishop Daly, a Bloody Sunday survivor, tells Rory Fitzgerald that Northern Ireland needs a truth and reconciliation commission
July 22, 2010
But his enemies here will never accept his vindication, whatever the US Supreme Court says
July 22, 2010
Archbishop Vincent Nichols, Bishop Malcolm McMahon of Nottingham and Bishop John Rawsthorne of Hallam lead pilgrims in honouring the lives of 16th-century martyrs
July 22, 2010
Bishop Malcolm McMahon will be joined by media spokesman Jack Valero and Fr Stephen Wang, dean of studies at Allen Hall
July 22, 2010
The Vatican is often criticised for paying little or no attention to PR. At the same time many believe that a slick, modern PR office would hinder its mission
July 22, 2010
Catholic and Asian women in Sheffield visit consulate of Pakistan
July 22, 2010
European Commission hosts summit of Christian, Jewish and Muslim leaders
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