SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
August 2021
August 05, 2021
Leaders Why Catholic journalism matters Should President Biden be barred from communion? Threats to the Extraordinary Form Diary Tom Tugendhat MP Columns Bigger is better – why large families are best, by Constance Watson Quite Extraordinary – On keeping the Latin Mass, by Joseph Shaw Soul-searching – complex formulae cannot capture the simplicity of the soul,
August 05, 2021
Richard Ingrams on the truth about the conflicted 
GK Chesterton – and his brush with sainthood
August 05, 2021
Before the Emancipation Act of 1829, historic fiction played an important role in softening anti-Catholic prejudice
August 05, 2021
Where would you go? The walking around Stoke-on-Trent is pretty amazing. I know the area because it is where our factories are. Staffordshire is very little-known and it’s marvellous. At the moment I’m walking in Trentham Park – it’s not exactly a pilgrimage but sort of is because Stoke is a holy grail to me. When I first
August 05, 2021
On the centenary of a remarkable Catholic Arts Guild, how should we treat the work of the controversial sculptor at its heart?
August 05, 2021
William Cash on the talented Catholic post-war architect Philip Jebb, whose 
most famous commission in Berkeley Square was born 60 years ago
August 05, 2021
William Cash on how his archaeologist 
uncle’s mental health was restored thanks to 
prayer – and mowing duties – to St Fillan
August 05, 2021
Fram Dinshaw reviews Hogarth: Life in Progress
 by Jacqueline Riding
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