SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
March 04, 2020
March 04, 2020
Rome’s pontifical universities will temporarily shut down tomorrow, after Italy’s death toll from Covid-19 surpassed 100 people
March 04, 2020
The secretary of the German bishops’ conference has been reelected to his position, despite announcing last week that he was not a candidate to remain in the role
March 04, 2020
Cardinal Sandri asked for continued support for the traditional Good Friday Collection for the Holy Land
March 04, 2020
“I was accused because of the name of Jesus and I knew I would be freed because of Jesus”
March 04, 2020
In Dana Gioia’s thoughtful essay, “To Witness Truth Uncompromised; Modern Martyrs”, one of his essays collected under the title The Catholic Writer Today and Other Essays (Wiseblood Books), he reminds us that these exceptional Christians “represent the perpetual challenge of believers to witness to their faith in a fallen world.” Sometimes we are inclined to
March 04, 2020
Priests credibly accused of abuse participated in a private Lenten Mass at which Bishop Edward Scharfenberger presided
March 04, 2020
The other Sunday my son brought back from his parish church a free booklet entitled “33 Days to Morning Glory”. By Fr Michael E Gaitley MIC, it is “A Do-It-Yourself Retreat in preparation for Marian Consecration.” My instinct was to throw it in the bin, a reflexive response to a surfeit of devotional material, all
March 04, 2020
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