Walking with the dead in Krakow
(4 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst finds the elegant city as disturbing as the nearby death camp and asks himself why.
Hope: the undervalued virtue
(3 minute read) Nicole Law takes an end of year look at the real meaning of hope.
Why do we no longer believe in happy endings?
(3 minute read) Contemporary cynicism is killing literature, says Miguel Sepúlveda.
Philosophy lessons from Spider-Man
(3 minute read) Sean Hurley looks at the hidden themes in the latest Marvel blockbuster.
Discovering – and being – the saint next door
As Christians throughout the world celebrate the feast of All Saints, Nicole Law says all of us can be saints with a little effort.
Can we be curious?
(4 minute read) Why don’t we ask questions anymore? Asks Monica Sharp.
A French woman’s take on la Reine Elizabeth
Lisa Fraser offers a Gallic perspective on the death of the British monarch.
Learning to fall upwards
(2 minute read) Nicole Law is inspired by the wisdom of older people as she navigates the highways of youth
The hidden life skill
(4 minute read) Cultivating emotional intelligence is essential for success in professional and personal life. Beth Rush explains
A world on the brink …
Sean Wild looks at the looming mass exodus from countries made uninhabitable by climate change and asks what the West is doing to prepare.