SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
February 2022
January 27, 2022
In December, an ex-police officer called Harry Miller won a legal challenge against a national policy permitting forces to record gender-critical views as non-crime “hate incidents”. A brief analysis of the decision and its legal framework may be helpful, particularly to Roman Catholics whose beliefs on a number of moral issues may not conform with
January 27, 2022
It’s a time to reflect on our own moral failure in matters of racial relationships
January 27, 2022
Gertrude Clarke meets Paul Stubbings, head of the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School in London
January 27, 2022
Karl Gustel Wärnberg meets Cardinal Müller to hear his views on the Tridentine Mass, the Synodal Way and restoring unity in the Church
January 27, 2022
The Church offers scant advice on how to make a good marriage, but the miracle at Cana, as orchestrated by the Blessed Virgin, is a good place to start
January 27, 2022
Justin Doherty says an amendment has been tabled to the Health and Care Bill that may at last persuade the NHS to be more sensitive to parents’ wishes
January 27, 2022
Lent looms. But for members of Exodus 90, a sort of rigorous abstinence the Desert Fathers might recognise has been a way of life since 17 January
January 27, 2022
In her new book, Jane Whitaker looks at how the conversion of monastic houses into secular dwellings has shaped today’s religious architecture
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