SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
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March 24, 2016
The Pontiff washed the feet of several refugees, including Muslims, Hindus and Copts
March 24, 2016
Fr Michel Gaillard has served as chaplain of the Belgian airport targeted by ISIS for 10 years
March 24, 2016
Some try to turn women against Our Lord, by arguing that He was in the wrong when He did not wash the feet of women
March 24, 2016
The trial of the Little Sisters of the Poor, legal niceties apart, is about whether or not they are free to love
March 24, 2016
The WIN/Gallup survey of 64 countries found that those in the top fifth of incomes had the best impression of the Pope
March 24, 2016
In the five years since I became a Catholic I have seen the hand of God's blessing
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Take a look inside this week's Catholic Herald
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The order is asking to be exempt from US government regulations obliging them to provide birth control
March 24, 2016
Pope Francis ‘may visit Armenia in June’ The Vatican is studying the possibility of Pope Francis visiting Armenia in late June, a Vatican spokesman has said. Fr Federico Lombardi said “a trip to Armenia in late June is being studied”, but added that neither the dates nor the programme have been finalised. Knights of Columbus
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Easter is a time for recalling memories. The Liturgy gives us every opportunity to do so. At the Last Supper Jesus said to the disciples, “Do this in memory of me”, referring specifically to the sacrament at the heart of our Faith, the Holy Eucharist, by which he fed them and feeds us with his
March 24, 2016
Deep in the woods outside Vienna there is a monastery, Stift Heiligenkreuz, which draws more than 100,000 tourists a year. They come on day trips to visit one of the most beautiful medieval monasteries in the world. They see the Romanesque abbey church and the 13th-century cloister, enjoy lunch at the restaurant and perhaps buy
March 24, 2016
Many visitors who rush to the Paris Louvre to gaze at Leonardo’s Mona Lisa, or La Joconde as the French call her, miss seeing another of the museum’s prize exhibits: one of the most ancient legal codes in the world. Engraved on a tall black basalt obelisk, the Code of Hammurabi takes pride of place
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