SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
December 03, 2010
December 03, 2010
Their support for Coalition reform is brave and bold. But can it do any good?
December 03, 2010
Much of The Catholic Herald’s content – letters, reviews, news, extra comment and features – is not available online. This week, Andrew M Brown reviews of Gods and Men, a strikingly moving French film about the last months of Cistercian monks who were killed in Algeria. Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith explores the significance of the Holy
December 03, 2010
Scripture readings in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms
December 03, 2010
Richard Dawkins calls Scottish Football Association 'craven' and Church spokesman 'a weasel' over dismissal of referees
December 03, 2010
Second Sunday of Advent Isaiah 11: 1-10; Romans 15: 4-9; Matthew 3: 1-12
December 03, 2010
The Paul Ramsey Award nomination committee was pleased to announce Luke Gormally as the 2011 recipient of the Paul Ramsey Award for excellence in bioethics. Professor Gormally is a leading British bioethicist and was the first research officer and long-time director of the Linacre Centre. More recently, he served as senior research fellow of the
December 03, 2010
St Ambrose was reluctantly made a bishop, but embraced Christianity to become one of the most prominent ecclesiastics of his time
December 03, 2010
Or should it be left up to individual Catholics to observe?
December 03, 2010
General secretary of the English and Welsh bishops' conference is charged with finding ways of re-emphasising Lent as penitential season
December 03, 2010
A Stonyhurst schoolboy's history project led him to the Somme to find the grave of an old boy
December 03, 2010
On the eve of All Souls Day, the parish of Our Lady and St Benedict’s, Ampleforth, Yorkshire, commemorated in traditional manner its dead parishioners and all others buried in its graveyard, placing lighted candles on each of the graves. At Mass on All Souls Day the parish prayed for these loved ones
December 03, 2010
Archbishop Bernard Longley says that an Ordinariate will contribute positively to ecumenical dialogue
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