SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
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The Institute of St Anselm in Margate is relocating to Rome
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The Catholic Near East Welfare Association maintains a low profile but is remarkably effective
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The first three parent child could be born as early as the end of this year
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St Anselm’s has been driven out by the Government’s failure to grasp religious life
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Praying through the tedium can be a more authentic way of sharing the divine life. Call it ‘bored again Catholicism’
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European countries are desperately trying to raise their fertility rates. But nothing seems to be working
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Find out what's really happening in the Catholic Church
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If you are opposed to the Church, is setting fire to its buildings the best argument that you can advance against it?
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It is the fate of every generation to be defined by its extremes. Thus young people today are derided as the “snowflake generation”: thin-skinned, fragile, selfie-snapping narcissists who run in terror for a “safe space” when exposed to a contrary opinion. They are portrayed in the media as “censorious cry-babies” who “love to be offended
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✣ Francis enters his fifth year as Pope What happened? Monday marked the fourth-year anniversary of Pope Francis’s election as the 266th pope. The Pope kept a low profile, having recently returned from his Lenten retreat in Ariccia. His only public message was on the photo-sharing network Instagram, where he has 3.6m followers. Francis posted a
March 16, 2017
✣ Highlights from the week online Is US Christianity in a state of emergency? Christian bloggers are currently debating a new book from the Orthodox writer Rod Dreher, The Benedict Option: a Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation. In The Week, Damon Linker summarises the book’s argument as follows: “Christian conservatives need to practise ‘a
March 16, 2017
Theresa May is effectively “Britain’s first Catholic prime minister”, the former education secretary Michael Gove has claimed. In an article for the Times, Mr Gove, MP for Surrey Heath, said Theresa May was “an Anglo-Catholic rather than a Roman Catholic, but no less a Catholic for that”. Mr Gove said that Mrs May, though an
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