SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
August 17, 2020
August 17, 2020
Two prominent Catholics will offer prayers at the Democratic National Convention later this week
August 17, 2020
Since many of the celebrations of the Our Lady of Loreto jubilee year were cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic, Pope Francis has extended the celebration to December 2021.
August 17, 2020
Choirs are now permitted and safe-distancing requirements for members of the same household have been dropped
August 17, 2020
Bishops in Belarus have demanded an end to repression
August 17, 2020
Strange Rites: New Religions for a Godless World By Tara Isabella Burton Public Affairs, 320pp, £20/£28 Religious revivals are a frequent occurrence in American history. Some, like the so-called Second Great Awakening that largely took place in New York state during the 19th century, saw thousands clamour for charismatic spiritual experience, whether through traditional Protestant
August 17, 2020
Elizabeth Lev believes that Catholic art has saved the Faith once - and can do so again
August 17, 2020
An England rugby star has called on the British government to incentivise marriage, as a new report reveals 70 per cent on young offenders come from broken homes.
August 17, 2020
In his Sunday Angelus address, the Pope called for respect for justice and dialogue
August 17, 2020
Zimbabwe’s Catholic bishops have issued a pastoral letter criticising corruption and the government’s “unprecedented” crackdown on dissent in the country.
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