SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
November 03, 2016
November 03, 2016
Francis said religions were called to bear 'the merciful love of God to a wounded and needy humanity'
November 03, 2016
Michel Aoun, 81, will be the only Christian head of state in the Arab world
November 03, 2016
The feast of All Souls is a reminder of that hope, Francis says during cemetery visit
November 03, 2016
Cardinal Nichols apologised for the hurt caused to young mothers pressured into giving up their babies
November 03, 2016
As yet, no one has been charged for the murder of Father Fausto Tentori in 2011 despite there being several witnesses
November 03, 2016
William Friedkin has reached the same conclusion as the late exorcist Fr Gabriele Amorth
November 03, 2016
A new book-length interview portrays a prophet of our age
November 03, 2016
After releasing a series of videos on political correctness, Jordan Peterson faced a firestorm of criticism
November 03, 2016
Despite his Catholic background, Canada’s Justin Trudeau has neglected the elderly, the unborn and even the environment in favour of identity politics
November 03, 2016
Melbourne’s John Paul II Institute is being shut down unexpectedly - the ramifications extend far beyond Australia
November 03, 2016
Almost 500 years ago this week, the Augustinian friar Martin Luther sent his 95 Theses to Albert of Brandenburg, the Archbishop of Mainz. Though no one – least of all Luther – realised it at the time, October 31, 1517 would be remembered forever after as the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. Pope Francis has
November 03, 2016
✣ Pope commemorates Martin Luther What happened? Pope Francis joined Lutheran leaders for a commemoration of Reformation Day in Sweden. October 31 was the 500th anniversary of the day Martin Luther is traditionally held to have begun the Reformation. The Pope joined Lutheran leaders for a prayer service in the Lutheran cathedral in Lund. The Pope
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