SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
June 05, 2020
June 05, 2020
Several churchmen have been named in connection with the Sloane Avenue affair, including Cardinal Angelo Becciu.
June 05, 2020
Pope Francis has pointed to St Anthony of Padua as an example for younger generations of Catholics to “live the Gospel courageously”
June 05, 2020
Cardinal Kevin Farrell will preside at a prayer service at the Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere
June 05, 2020
The British Government said that in England and Wales places of worship will be allowed to open for private prayer from June 15. In Ireland public Masses are scheduled to restart on June 29. Here two writers exchange views on whether the churches should remain cautious about reopening or whether they should accept a degree
June 05, 2020
Rather than seeing lockdown as a disaster, Walsingham rector Mgr John Armitage regarded it as an opportunity
June 05, 2020
Prague's famous Marian Column has returned to the city's Old Town Square over a century after it was toppled by an angry mob
June 05, 2020
Ongoing protests in the city merit exceptions to coronavirus regulations, while religious services do not, the mayor of New York City said
June 05, 2020
A previous executive order had prohibited the consumption of any food or drink during a religious service, effectively barring the celebration of Mass
June 05, 2020
Are Catholics more susceptible to conspiracy theories than other people? Yes and no. Yes, because ours is a supernatural religion and once you accept the realm of the supernatural it can be a small leap into magical thinking that there is a vast conspiracy network labouring day and night to control us all. No, because
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