SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
June 02, 2020
June 02, 2020
The order calls religious freedom “a moral and national security imperative” and declares it “a foreign policy priority of the United States.”
June 02, 2020
Washington’s archbishop called Trump’s visit to the shrine “reprehensible”
June 02, 2020
Bishops in Northern Ireland have strongly backed a call by a campaigner with Down syndrome to reject a law permitting abortion up to birth on grounds of disability
June 02, 2020
Bishop Lang said he was 'deeply concerned by the continuing erosion of autonomy, suppression of political freedoms, and violent response to peaceful protests' in the territory
June 02, 2020
Catholic publishers in Britain are turning to social media and online sales in an effort to survive the impact of the coronavirus pandemic
June 02, 2020
Where will we be by the time you read this? Emotionally speaking: will the collective mood be up or down? It’s all about expectation management: giving bad news about deaths in time for people to see the benefit of an extended lockdown. Managing our feelings is part of the purpose of the daily Downing Street
June 02, 2020
Galileo and the Science Deniers By Mario Livio Simon and Schuster, 304pp, £22.99/$22.50 The so-called champions of reason are the modern man’s saints and martyrs: individuals who benevolently unearthed scientific truths only to find that they had poked a hornets’ nest. Giordano Bruno and Galileo Galilei have become patterns of the type. For many, they
June 02, 2020
Multiple Catholic bishops have joined the calls for justice, but also criticised violent protests
June 02, 2020
As rioters targeted Chicago's Magnificent Mile shopping district, they picked an unlikely target: A bookstore run by nuns.
June 02, 2020
Participating shrines pray a mystery of the rosary at a designated half-hour in thanksgiving for the priesthood and to seek Mary’s protection for priests
June 02, 2020
The Vatican Museums reopened Monday revealing newly restored frescoes in the Raphael Rooms depicting scenes from early Church history to the public
June 02, 2020
Catholic churches and cathedrals in several cities were among the buildings damaged in the protests and riots that occurred nationwide over the past week
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