30th August 2018
A time to keep silence
Austen Ivereigh explains that the roots of Francis’ response to Archbishop Viganò's letter might be found in a 1990 article in which Jore Mario Bergoglio claims silence is sometimes the only way to let the spirits reveal themselves.
24th August 2018
The Spirit and the Letter
James Hanvey SJ believes that, in trying to be attentive to the Spirit’s voice and presence, Pope Francis' letter 'To the People of God' marks a definitive moment from which there can be no turning back.
21st August 2018
Pope Francis and the Church in Ireland
Irish Jesuit Gerry O’Hanlon surveys the religious and political landscape in Ireland, and wonders how recent events might shape the future of the Church.
8th August 2018
Edith Stein: truth at the service of humanity
On 9 August 1942, Edith Stein – St Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, Discalced Carmelite – was murdered at Auschwitz. In 1999, Pope St John Paul II made her one of the six patron saints of Europe.
8th August 2018
Strong like turtle: Bilingual education in Guyana
Theodora Hawksley describes the development of a bilingual education programme for Wapichan children and explains the significance of indigenous Amerindian children being taught in their own language.
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