Religion Tag Archive

Art & CultureHistory

Love, loss and … literature

(6 minute read) From Africa to England – Sean Organ reveals the backstory of the great author J. R. R. Tolkien and considers how much influence it might have had on his writing.

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History

Magna Carta – a very modern charter

(6 minute read) Edward Kendall finds surprisingly relevant lessons from one of Europe’s greatest historical documents. 

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

Can the Catholic Church be trusted?

(7 minute read) Ronnie Convery looks at potential solutions to the crisis of credibility currently experienced by the Catholic Church.

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Mental HealthSocial Issues

The cruelty of commercialised sex

(6 minute read) Our commercially sexualised culture is leading ever more young men into hatred and violence, argues Edmund Adamus.

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Social Issues

Out of Africa

(5 minute read) Clare Campbell experienced some of her greatest lessons in life under the Kenyan sun, on a mission with the Salesian Sisters.

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

Trust: the magic touch for healthy relationships

(5 minute read) Why has there been such a breakdown of trust in our society, and how can we overcome it? Asks Juan Narbona.

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Art & Culture

The glorification of Mary is the glorification of every woman

(6 minute read) Carolyn Morrison reflects upon how the Virgin Mary’s assumption into heaven has been celebrated and portrayed in art.

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LatestThought-provoking

“I think more about what I can do than my limitations”

(5 minute read) Xavi Argemí is a young man who needs 24/7 attention. He can’t walk or do the normal things other young people do. But he wants the world to know how happy he is.

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Art & CultureHistory

An artistic contribution to the science-religion debate

(5 minute read) Carolyn Morrison re-visits the life, work and beliefs of the celebrated Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus at the National Gallery.

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Art & CultureSocial Issues

The Lampedusa Cross

(4 minute read) The Lampedusa Cross in London’s British Museum is both a sign of contradiction and a sign of hope, as Jill Cook discovers.

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