SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Life & Soul
December 04, 2014
Staff Reporter
Scripture readings in the ordinary and extraordinary form
June 24, 2014
Melanie McDonagh
Riotous bonfires, a special mass and celebratory feasting should be at the heart of the 'Summer Christmas'
May 10, 2013
Bishop David McGough
The Ascension, far from being the conclusion of Christ’s presence with his Church, was the opening of a new and more glorious presence.
January 01, 1970
The Catholic Herald
Thirtieth Sunday of the Year Exodus 22: 20-26; 1 Thessalonians 1: 5-10; Matthew 22: 34-40 “To disconcert him one (of the pharisees) put a question to Jesus. ‘Master, which is the greatest commandment of the Law?’ ” The repeated clashes between Jesus and the pharisees can be interpreted as a commentary on a frequently overlooked
January 01, 1970
Bishop David McGough
Thirtieth Sunday of the Year Exodus 22: 20-26; 1 Thessalonians 1: 5-10; Matthew 22: 34-40 “To disconcert him one (of the pharisees) put a question to Jesus. ‘Master, which is the greatest commandment of the Law?’ ” The repeated clashes between Jesus and the pharisees can be interpreted as a commentary on a frequently overlooked
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