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February 28, 2022
Rosemary Hill
Scholars have been going round in circles to divine Stonehenge’s meaning, says Rosemary Hill, and a new exhibition is the latest chapter in the debate
January 27, 2022
Robert Verrill OP
Fr Robert Verrill on the tricky task of explaining St Thomas Aquinas’s cosmological arguments
January 27, 2022
Gertrude Clarke
Gertrude Clarke meets Paul Stubbings, head of the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School in London
January 27, 2022
Karl Gustel Wärnberg
Karl Gustel Wärnberg meets Cardinal Müller to hear his views on the Tridentine Mass, the Synodal Way and restoring unity in the Church
January 27, 2022
Justin Doherty
Justin Doherty says an amendment has been tabled to the Health and Care Bill that may at last persuade the NHS to be more sensitive to parents’ wishes
January 27, 2022
Jane Whitaker
In her new book, Jane Whitaker looks at how the conversion of monastic houses into secular dwellings has shaped today’s religious architecture
January 27, 2022
Theo Hobson
Theo Hobson asks ‘Britain’s strictest headteacher’ Katherine Birbalsingh why her methods resonate today
January 27, 2022
Dominic Sullivan
Dominic Sullivan on how the saint’s rational Aristotelian outlook can help children better understand religion
January 27, 2022
Maria McFadden Maffucci
Pro-life groups are confident the Supreme Court will pass a stricter abortion law this year. By Maria McFadden Maffucci
January 27, 2022
William Cash
Under Stuart McPherson’s direction, Worth School is going from strength to strength
January 27, 2022
Theo Hobson
Theo Hobson looks at a clutch of agnostic writers and finds some of them have a good sense of religion’s depth and force
January 27, 2022
Mark Jenkins
After a period of turmoil, Mark Jenkins heads to the Holy Mountain on a quest for knowledge
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