SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
March 01, 2021
March 01, 2021
William Cash on the religious secret of many of the world’s greatest racing drivers
March 01, 2021
From fiction to biography, the allure of the Vatican is like no other
March 01, 2021
Nearly 50 years on from Flight 571’s crash in the Andes, survivor Coche Inciarte recalls feeling God’s presence amid the plane’s debris
March 01, 2021
Where would you go? Twenty years ago, almost by accident, my husband Raymond and I discovered St Winefride’s Well at Holywell. We were driving through North Wales and we saw a sign, so on spec we turned down the road. It is the oldest uninterrupted pilgrim site in the UK; at least 800 years old
March 01, 2021
Boom and bust: A thoughtful examination of Britain’s uncomfortable role in the development of India
March 01, 2021
In our annual survey, we identify Britain’s most influential Catholics from the worlds of business, philanthropy, politics, charity, education and media. These are our Top 75 making a difference today. Introduction by Olenka Hamilton
March 01, 2021
State violence in Mynmar escalated when police opened fire on hundreds of protesters in the cities across the country,  killing 18, according to a UN report. It is the largest number of deaths in a single day since the coup began.
March 01, 2021
Curtis Williams, veteran leader of Camino pilgrimages, reflects on the changing nature of the famous pilgrimage route in the Jubilee Year of St James
March 01, 2021
William Cash admires John Cornwell's latest book, Church, Interrupted: Havoc & Hope: The Tender Revolt of Pope Francis
March 01, 2021
In a new book on the spirituality of the wild, Nick Ripatrazone explains why spring was a source of melancholy for the poet Gerard Manley Hopkins
March 01, 2021
 A debut that has the air of a modern The Three Musketeers
March 01, 2021
Bridge over troubled waters :Joe Biden could bring Catholics together, not only in the US
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