Ruth Morris recalls how the 2008 MAGiS programme prepared her and other pilgrims for an unforgettable experience at World Youth Day in Sydney.
The month of August traditionally marks the heart of British summertime and brings with it not only a change in the weather, but also a change in the way we experience the world around us. The summer season gives us opportunities to discover the body of Christ in new and revitalizing ways, writes Gemma Simmonds CJ.
John Bateson-Hill describes his journey along the well-travelled path of the 'Camino', the pilgrimage to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela where St James is believed to be buried.
Frances Murphy describes the atmosphere that draws pilgrims back to Lourdes time and time again.
From his own experience of four World Youth Days, Chris Docherty explores what is so special about them.
If the Christian faith is a ‘religion of the book’, a tradition handed down through the centuries, how are we to make sense of that book and that tradition when we speak today in a very different language? John Moffatt SJ explores the pl
For thousands of years, spiritual leaders – including Christ himself – have spoken of the limitations of materialism and warned that the path to happiness and fulfilment lies elsewhere.
What would St Patrick - arguably the most famous Celtic saint - make of the practices and beliefs called 'Celtic Spirituality' today?
Recently published research has revealed that Catholic children are being baptised later than they used to be.
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