SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
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The priest, kidnapped on Tuesday, has now been released unharmed
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Archbishop of Minsk, Belarus, said she made the remark after learning he was the Catholic Archbishop in Moscow
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During Lent we should seek to return to him with a whole heart, the Pope said in a morning homily
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The Catholic University of Louvain has initiated 'disciplinary proceedings' against Stéphane Mercier
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Take a look inside this week's Catholic Herald
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The Irish Church has lost its fervour, yet retains its fierce independence. But without outside intervention, it will continue to flounder
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The anniversaries of 2017 are a chance to ponder events that profoundly shape the world today
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Irish society needs to look truthfully at the past it seems determined to bury. I am hopeful, but not especially optimistic for change in my lifetime
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The delegation will meet Vatican officials responsible for interreligious dialogue
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Music historians spend much time and effort trying to recapture the original experience of artworks that survive for us only as notes on paper. And among their hardest tasks is to explore what state of mind our ancestors would be in, in order to create an opera such as Handel’s Partenope, which has just returned
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The true-life figure driving the transporting The Lost City of Z (15, 141 mins, ★★★★★) is Percy Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam), a jobbing British Army serviceman of lowly descent who, while mapping the Bolivia-Peru border in 1906, became distracted by rumours of a mysterious city of gold – the same talk, we note, that lured Conquistadors
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Get ready for the next wave of converts SIR – I first had the privilege of meeting the present Bishop of Burnley, the Rt Rev Philip North, 20-odd years ago when he was the very effective Anglican shrine priest at Walsingham. Even then it was obvious that his undoubted skills and spirituality would propel him