SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
March 10, 2016
March 10, 2016
To truly understand evil we must accept that we are fully responsible for our actions
March 10, 2016
Rector at basilica says he has also seen a rise in non-Catholics wanting to go to Confession
March 10, 2016
Document calls on the US State Department to recognise the genocide
March 10, 2016
The Irish bishops’ conference urged priests to buy the new altar edition for use in parishes
March 10, 2016
Fifth Sunday of Lent: Is 43:16-21; Phil 3:8-14; Jn 8:1-11 (year c)
March 10, 2016
I went looking for the soul of the metropolis. What I found was an extraordinary spiritual ferment
March 10, 2016
It is clear that people in Russia have only a hazy understanding of ecumenism
March 10, 2016
Review: Small Town Talk by Barney Hoskyns, Faber and Faber, £20
March 10, 2016
The cardinal from a remote African village has become a standard bearer for Catholic orthodoxy in a Church where many things now seem uncertain
March 10, 2016
This is the new London, an immigrant mega-city where nearly 40 per cent were born abroad. The old London of Pearly Queens and Cockney barrow boys is history. The new London is a city of Russian oligarchs, African night-cleaners and Polish builders – where only 45 per cent are white British. This is the city
March 10, 2016
The Year of Mercy is undoubtedly a cause close to Pope Francis’s heart. When he speaks about the need for a more dynamic, evangelising Church, he is clear that the message to be carried out to the world is that of the love and mercy of God, which applies equally to everyone, regardless of their
March 10, 2016
Catholic Ireland, as we knew it, is finished, it seems. When did this happen? The same-sex marriage referendum result – and, just as importantly perhaps, the way in which the debate unfolded – provides a clear marker, hard to quibble with. But Mary Kenny was already waving goodbye to Catholic Ireland in a book first
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