Easter Issue 2022
April 01, 2022
Leaders Pray for peace in Ukraine How one book changed perceptions of the Reformation in England Celebrating the truth of Christianity at Easter FeaturesDiary – Jonathan Bate John Goddard – The tale of his conversion, Simon Caldwell Thinking with Scruton – The philosopher’s Christian understanding of the world, Karl Gustel Wärnberg The Stripping of the Altars – Reflecting on a groundbreaking work 30 years on, Eamon Duffy
March 30, 2022
Mark Wahlberg slogs it out in ‘Father Stu’
March 30, 2022
The shared vision of Russia’s church and state
March 30, 2022
John Cornwell explores the Soviet suppression of Ukrainian Catholics and their Marian icons and apparitions
March 30, 2022
Tuesday – an invitation arrives from Stratford-upon-Avon Town Council. Would I like to attend the conferment of the freedom of the town upon Judi Dench and Kenneth Branagh during this year’s Shakespeare birthday celebrations, when they will also unveil the restored statue of the Bard donated by the great 18th-century actor David Garrick, the first
March 30, 2022
Guided by his conscience, Father Calvin is caught up in a struggle to catch a murderer in this Catholic thriller by Simon Caldwell
March 30, 2022
This is our Easter issue, the time when we celebrate the central truth of the Christian faith, that Christ died and rose from the dead. It is summed up in St Paul’s letter to the Corinthians where he says: “What I received I passed on to you as of first importance: that Christ died for
March 30, 2022
In this issue we have an extract from the introduction by Professor Eamon Duffy to a new edition of his groundbreaking work of history, The Stripping of the Altars. It was a book that changed perceptions of the Reformation in England; no subsequent account of the period can fail to be aware of it. Formerly,
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