SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
July 05, 2021
July 05, 2021
Antonia Fraser's latest biography "bursts with energy and simmering, righteous anger", says Paula Byrne
July 05, 2021
Leaders Divine Grace No Duty to Die The Power and the Gory Columns Diary – Jacob Rees-Mogg Why small weddings are best – Constance Watson On the literary legacy of Ronald Knox – Serenhedd James Catholic roots run deep in Monmouthshire – Olenka Hamilton Features Secret sanctuary – Discovering a hidden chapel in Norfolk – Francis Young and Brigitte Webster Oxford dreams – Eight centuries of
July 05, 2021
The Dominican Friars have been spreading the Gospel for 800 years. Rev Dr Richard Finn traces their fortunes over the centuries
July 05, 2021
“We are deeply saddened by the death of Fr Stan Swami," said the President of the Jesuit South Asian Conference (POSA), Fr Jerome Stanislaus D’Souza SJ, in remarks to the Catholic Herald. "In his death, we have lost a great Jesuit, who loved Jesus and the poor."
July 05, 2021
Vatican says Pope Francis "in good general condition" as new details emerge regarding Sunday's surgical intervention.
July 05, 2021
The highly praised novelist, columnist for The Spectator, The Oldie, and The Catholic Herald, creator of cookbooks, and Duckworth’s fiction editor, Alice Thomas Ellis was both a smoker and a contrarian. Here, writing in 1993, she writes as both. She expresses skepticism about the expertise of doctors some will feel relevant at the moment. Cat
July 05, 2021
The international fellowship Una Voce asks Pope Francis to protect the Latin Mass from bishops and others who want to restrict or suppress it. They pointed to its growth around the world and its appeal to all sorts of Catholics, especially families with children. The Latin Mass should remain part of the "unity in variety" Pope Francis has called for.
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