SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Column
May 27, 2022
Serenhedd James
The God of Surprises strikes again; I am spending the summer term as Acting Head of Religious Studies & Liturgy at More House School, on the corner of Pont Street and Sloane Street, London. Founded by the Canonesses of St Augustine in 1952 with just three girls, it grew rapidly before passing into lay management
May 27, 2022
Robert Verrill OP
Why using statistics to prove that God exists is flawed from the outset
May 27, 2022
Niall Gooch
Without religious faith, secular society struggles to come to terms with its failures
May 27, 2022
Gavin Ashenden
Does cancel culture have the Church in its crosshairs?
May 27, 2022
Richard Ounsworth OP
The Spirit sent by Christ is our Advocate, testifying on our behalf
May 27, 2022
Jessica Ogilvy Stuart
I spend my first flight in years adding tabs into my new bible. Somewhere over China, I manage to stick Zachariah to Matthew which results in very unbiblical language. I recall the Browning quotation in Stalky about a text in the Galatians offering 29 distinct damnations. I count my sins as we fly through the
May 02, 2022
Nick Ripatrazone
Nick Ripatrazone finds the latest series about the artist perfectly depicts the startling paradoxes that guided his life and work The final episode of The Andy Warhol Diaries, a new six-part documentary series on Netflix about the pop artist’s life and work, examines how the HIV/Aids epidemic roiled New York City in the Eighties. Bronx
April 29, 2022
Ken Craycraft
But the oppressed are doing an act of charity if they can persuade whoever is attacking them to see the error of his ways
April 29, 2022
Charlie Hart
The grass is always greener in May, when the countryside is born anew and the sweet scent of hawthorn blossom fills the air
April 29, 2022
Robert Verrill OP
There is much more to Aquinas’s cosmology than a divine “domino effect”
April 29, 2022
Simon Caldwell
After winning permision to take their critically ill five-year-old daughter Tafida Raqeeb to a hospital abroad, her parents campaign to set up a specialist hospital in Britain
April 29, 2022
Richard Ounsworth OP
The Fourth Gospel gives us an intimate, eye-witness account of Jesus’s life
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