SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
November 03, 2010
November 03, 2010
I am not a natural for this kind of thing. I cringe inwardly when people shout at us, as they occasionally do. But I hope we make people think
November 03, 2010
Pope Benedict XVI talks about his excitement at the trip during his general audience
November 03, 2010
Archbishop Vincent Nichols says his thoughts and prayers are with all those Iraqis struggling against violence and extremism
November 03, 2010
Scripture readings in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms
November 03, 2010
Thirty Second Sunday of the Year: 2 Ma 7:1-2 & 9-14; 2 Thess 2:16- 3:5; Lk 20:27-38
November 03, 2010
On the eve of Benedict XVI’s second trip to Spain David Eade explains why the Pope is so concerned about the country’s future
November 03, 2010
Anglicans who take up the Pope's offer of an Ordinariate may be able to continue worshipping in their Church of England buildings
November 03, 2010
Auxiliary Bishop David McGough of Birmingham consecrates church in Codsall, Staffordshire
November 03, 2010
Rosary Crusade of Reparation led by Abbot of Farnborough, Dom Cuthbert Brogan OSB
November 03, 2010
Catholics students from Merseyside, Sierra Leone, Botswana and Swaziland played at a rugby festival on the Wirral
November 03, 2010
Pope follows All Souls' Day tradition of praying at tombs of predecessors
November 03, 2010
Pupils at New Hall School in Chelmsford, Essex, pick books from a list of exciting titles
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