October 15, 2020
Jessica M Dalton
A Polish princess of the 16th cen­tury, Katarina Jagellonica is an unlikely model for the 21st-century spouse. Yet, as mixed marriages increase and lawyers report a surge in divorce enquiries, there’s much to learn from her life, which was defined by both her Catholic faith and devotion to her Lutheran husband. This was a marriage
October 14, 2020
Constance Watson
Thailand is subject to more entry restrictions than there are pages in this magazine
October 09, 2020
Sarah Sands
Sarah Sands remembers 'doing God' on the BBC
September 30, 2020
Christopher R. Altieri
The exchanges did not bring much clarity to the contours or the specifics of the national discussion, but they did send international editor Christopher Altieri casting about for disinfectant.
September 28, 2020
Gertrude Clarke
'The good news is that Cardinal Nichols has been supportive of most of the conclusions of the report he commissioned.'
September 24, 2020
Gertrude Clarke
There may be a few hurdles to Boris and Carrie marrying in a Catholic church
June 01, 2020
Gertrude Clarke
Don't just leave it to older parishioners to shoulder the burden
May 29, 2020
Robin Aitken
The Corporation is not some neutral umpire but a potent actor in the nation’s affairs
May 26, 2020
Melanie McDonagh
The CofE hierarchy rushed to judgment before the full story had emerged. They should have counted to ten
May 10, 2020
Fr John Zuhlsdorf
A spiritual safeguard, it reminds us that we must love in concrete terms
April 04, 2020
Thomas Caddick
Many thousands of articles have been written about the coronavirus. Here are some of the most helpful:  What is this disease? The LA Times recorded a half-hour lecture by their very own executive chairman, Dr Patrick Soon-Shiong, providing the scientific background to the coronavirus. Dr Soon-Shiong is a surgeon and scientist based at the University
January 24, 2020
C C Pecknold
As early as the middle of the first century, a treatise known as the Didache began to be circulated. The word means “teaching.” Attested in some manuscripts as the teaching of the twelve apostles, it is absolutely the teaching of an early Jewish Christian community who had compiled the work over decades on the basis
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