SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
November 01, 2016
November 01, 2016
Cardinal Kurt Koch acknowledged the difficulties faced by Catholic-Lutheran married couples unable to share the sacrament of Communion
November 01, 2016
Francis discussed the ordination of women, refugees and the Venezuela crisis during his latest in-flight press conference
November 01, 2016
Schism is the worst of sins and we must all work our hardest for reconciliation
November 01, 2016
It is part of a new initiative The Art of Dying, which offers 'a helping hand' to those dealing with death and bereavement
November 01, 2016
Lancaster is an example of one diocese using the internet to reach more people
November 01, 2016
Pope Francis offered the list at a Mass celebrating the Feast of All Saints
November 01, 2016
'The Beatitudes are the image of Christ and consequently of each Christian,' the Pope said
November 01, 2016
Francis celebrated Mass with Sweden's Catholic community
November 01, 2016
The strongest earthquake to hit the country in 36 years has displaced 15,000 people as well as destroying homes and churches
November 01, 2016
The crucifix dating back to the 1300s will be shown to the public for the first time after fifteen months of restoration work
November 01, 2016
300 doctors have signed a letter objecting to the new test amid fears its introduction is 'on economic grounds'
November 01, 2016
A new mode of Vatican rhetoric, characterised by assertions and attacks, is one of the greatest contrasts with the past 35 years
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