SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
October 04, 2018
October 04, 2018
Sources say the Archdiocese of Westminster investigation was marked by procedural irregularities
October 04, 2018
Doctors at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children suggested they could even perform euthanasia without informing parents
October 04, 2018
The archbishop argued that the Church does not 'categorise people' by their 'sexual appetites'
October 04, 2018
Lobbyists say the law is incompatible with human rights because it does not allow abortion in cases of fetal abnormality
October 04, 2018
Cardinal Ezzati has promised to co-operate with authorities but opted for silence at the suggestion of his lawyers
October 04, 2018
Several members of the US delegation are known as original thinkers and leaders
October 04, 2018
The Jesuit university held a talk titled 'Dialogue concerning the Right to Decide'
October 04, 2018
Some feminists see the pill as an 'unnecessary technological intervention in a woman’s body'
October 04, 2018
For centuries, the Vatican has relied on the legal fiction of titular sees. Their history is more fraught than you might expect
October 04, 2018
In 1612, a judge condemned 10 people to death for witchcraft. Was one of them a recusant Catholic?
October 04, 2018
The communist regime has a much clearer game plan than we have in the West
October 04, 2018
Even keen Rome observers missed the speech that Pope Francis gave to the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity last week. That is forgivable: keeping up with the abuse crisis has become a full-time job. Besides, much else was competing for reporters’ attention: the historic China deal, a hectic papal visit to the Baltic states
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