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January 22, 2016
Staff Reporter
The Pontifical Scots College in Rome was inspired by the martyrdom of St John Ogilvie
January 22, 2016
Staff Reporter
Whitby hosted a historic 7th-century synod where clerics chose to follow the Roman tradition for Easter
January 22, 2016
Francis Phillips
Delia Maguire tells Francis Phillips that, after the abuse crisis, the Church in Ireland will never be the same again
January 22, 2016
Simon Caldwell
English bishops say the progress of his Cause is a source of 'great joy'
January 22, 2016
Luke Coppen
A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
January 21, 2016
Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith
Notorious murderer Pietro Maso has revealed to the press his communication with Francis
January 21, 2016
Ed Condon
The slow-motion schism of the Anglican Communion does appear to be a cautionary tale
January 21, 2016
Staff Reporter
Sneak a peak at this week's magazine
January 21, 2016
Staff Reporter
The Holy Father broke convention in 2013 when he washed women prisoners' feet
January 21, 2016
Tim Stanley
The hard-charging billionaire has revolutionised American politics while hardly spending a dime. But he is surprisingly elliptical about his Christian faith
January 21, 2016
Fr Ronald Rolheiser
Sometimes nothing is a helpful as a good metaphor. In his book The God Instinct, Tom Stella shares the following story. A number of men who made their living as porters were hired one day to carry a huge load of supplies for a group on safari. Their loads were unusually heavy and the trek
January 21, 2016
Piers Paul Read
Given the many different rites in the Catholic Church, one wonders why there is no Jewish rite, with a liturgy in Hebrew and the words of consecration in Aramaic, the language spoken by Christ. This thought came to me after reading the recent publication of the Vatican’s Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews. Published
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