SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
September 13, 2010
September 13, 2010
Much of The Catholic Herald’s content – letters, reviews, news, extra comment and features – is not available online. This week, Fr Ian Ker explores the pastoral genius of Newman; Fr Anthony Symondson examines the mosaics at Westminster Cathedral; Paul Willis meets an opera singer who discovered his vocation at the White House; and Stuart
September 13, 2010
Pontiff: 'Cardinal Newman is an inspiration for ecumenism'
September 13, 2010
Pope Benedict says his native country is losing its sense of God in a speech to its new ambassador to the Holy See
September 13, 2010
Benedict XVI made the request during the Angelus
September 13, 2010
Benedict XVI will be surrounded by his seguito, or following, during the papal visit
September 13, 2010
Their latest pope-bashing operation is entirely irrelevant to a Church which thinks in centuries
September 13, 2010
St Cornelius, pope from 251 to 253, was martyred by Emperor Gallus
September 13, 2010
Join us here and on Twitter for coverage of the Papal Visit 2010, including live blogging, live tweeting, pictures, video and expert analysis • Full Papal Visit 2010 coverageSend us your pictures, stories and news
September 13, 2010
Scripture readings in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms
September 13, 2010
Twenty Fourth Sunday of the Year: Exodus 32:7-11 & 13-14; 1 Tim 1:12-17; Luke 15:1-32
September 13, 2010
In 1961 and 1980 she made official visits to meet John XXIII and John Paul II
September 13, 2010
Let's fill the streets and greet the Pontiff with cries of support
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