SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
February 25, 2016
February 25, 2016
The new centre at St Mary's has the approval of the Vatican's Secretariat of State
February 25, 2016
Take a look inside this week's magazine
February 25, 2016
Mother Angelica, who has received miraculous cures before, has a long history of placing her faith in Baby Jesus
February 25, 2016
The new atheist author's book is a well-meaning attempt to offer practical consolation in a Godless world
February 25, 2016
Third Sunday of Lent: Ex 3:1-8 & 13-15; 1 Cor 10:1-6 & 10-12; Lk 13:1-9 (year c)
February 25, 2016
Many religious orders in the West are declining and ageing, but there’s actually plenty of good news as well
February 25, 2016
Many patients cannot find peace until they have become reconciled with those they love
February 25, 2016
Those who want to overturn the ancient discipline are energetic, well organised and influential. But can they persuade Pope Francis to make such a radical change?
February 25, 2016
Why youngsters love to be altar servers SIR – As someone with quite a bit of experience in fostering young people’s interest and involvement in the Church, in my Anglo-Catholic days prior to my reception into the Catholic Church five years ago, perhaps I may be able to comment on your excellent article “Rites of
February 25, 2016
When Kylie Minogue, the Australian songstress, was treated for breast cancer in 2005 while still in her 30s, it seemed like a memento mori to young women of her generation, and those who had grown up watching her in a popular soap opera. That such a golden young person could have a brush with a
February 25, 2016
Sixty years ago work resumed on a project in Liverpool which, had it been completed, would have seen England blessed with a Catholic cathedral of such vast majesty that only St Peter’s in Rome would have exceeded it. Yet within two years this dream, born of the ambitious faith of Archbishop Richard Downey and the
February 25, 2016
The Pope’s ill-considered comments about Donald Trump are of a piece with hysterical overreactions to him and his candidacy in this and other countries. No pope has so overtly intervened in an American political campaign before. Such interventions are not historically uncommon in some places. Pius IX called the founder and chancellor of the German
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