SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
August 14, 2020
August 14, 2020
Archbishop Sławoj Leszek Głódź had been featured a devastating recent documentary about priestly abuse and cover-up in Poland
August 14, 2020
A former archbishop in Chile accused of child sexual abuse has died before facing trial
August 14, 2020
St Bonaventure’s, the school in east London where I teach, has long had an association with community organising. We’re a short bus ride from the docks where Cardinal Manning famously intervened on behalf of striking workers. More recently, a student at St Bonaventure’s helped to inspire the Living Wage campaign. In 2001, Fr John Armitage
August 14, 2020
The Archbishop of Seoul will consecrate the Diocese of Pyongyang to Our Lady of Fatima on the Solemnity of the Assumption
August 14, 2020
One of the last remaining pro-life Democrats in Congress has won a primary victory in Minnesota’s 7th Congressional District
August 14, 2020
Archbishop Samuel Aquila is praying for the conversion of those who have attacked churches and religious statues across the US in recent months
August 14, 2020
As a physicist and a priest, I am sometimes asked how I can accept miracles. My response is: “Why not?”
August 14, 2020
Learning from the children of Fatima Last week a couple of acquaintances, a brother and sister, were found to be Covid-19 positive, although fortunately asymptomatic thus far. Faced with the sudden possibility of death, people often have a change of outlook, re-evaluate their lives in the light of a realisation of their mortality. My thoughts
August 14, 2020
Few Christian Communities have endured such severe repression as Japan's Catholics. Remarkably, many kept the faith.
August 14, 2020
In 1986, in an old house surrounded by mountains and rice fields, my mother finally told her parents that she wanted to be a Christian. Her mother was deeply confused. She asked: “Does that mean you will leave this family and cannot be my daughter any more?” Her father was quite calm and simply said,
August 14, 2020
August is the month of the harvest, and most customs of this month involve harvest in one way or another. August 1 is Lammas, a festival of the wheat harvest first celebrated in Anglo-Saxon England. Its name means “loaf-mass”, and it may originally have been a day when loaves of bread made from the first
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Feast of the Assumption Revelation 11:19 & 12:1-6; 1 Corinthians 15: 45-51; Luke 1: 39-56 “Christ has been raised from the dead, the first-fruits of all who have fallen asleep. Just as all men die in Adam, so all men will be brought to life in Christ; but all of them in their proper order.” These words
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