SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
August 2021
August 05, 2021
Jonathan Gaisman reviews B (After Dante) by Ned Denny
August 04, 2021
Arabella Byrne reviews Rebel Hearts
August 04, 2021
John Adamson reviews Catholics During the 
English Revolution, 1642-1660: 
Politics, Sequestration and Loyalty
, by Eilish Gregory
August 04, 2021
The scandal of elected officials – such as President Biden – who take Communion yet promote views at odds with the Catholic Church must be countered, says Fr Gerald E Murray
August 01, 2021
Pope Benedict lived up to his title of pontifex, or bridge-builder, when he allowed the wider use of the Tridentine rite – more properly the Extraordinary Form of the Mass – in the Apostolic Letter Summorum Pontificum of 2007. There has been 13 years for this concession to advance its stated aim: to foster reconciliation
August 01, 2021
Last week I joined a Glastonbury walking group under the thoughtful and intelligent guidance of warbling Guy Hayward, founder of the British Pilgrimage Trust. We began and ended in the spotless quietude of St Margaret’s Chapel by the Magdalene alms houses. Beautiful countryside, good company and fine vistas, but the trip has inspired me to
July 30, 2021
The US Bishops’ Conference is to issue a teaching document “on the beauty and power of the Eucharist”.  It is overdue. In 2019, a Pew survey suggested that barely a third of US Catholics believe in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. This is a scandal, evidence of a failure of grassroots catechisis,
July 30, 2021
In an age of secular pilgrimage, James Jeffrey 
writes about walking with spiritual purpose
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