Brother Francis, a children’s palliative care nurse, describes the journey that grieving parents face, and highlights the challenges in the work of those who seek to support them.
In the second and final part of his recent lecture, Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor highlights three aspects of the life of the Church in England and Wales that are crucial to the Church’s understanding of its own identity and mission: formation,
The Archbishop of Westminster has delivered a major lecture on the shape of the Catholic Church in England and Wales since the restoration of the hierarchy.
Throughout the season of Lent, Thinking Faith will offer a series of reflections on how practicing austerity affects and benefits our own lives and the lives of those around us. In the first article of this series, Joe Egerton look
In the final part of the 2009 Archbishop Romero Lecture, Dean Brackley SJ spoke of the need for the global community to grow in support of one another to make this the ‘Century of Solidarity’.
The 2009 Romero Lecture was delivered by the late Dean Brackley SJ. Professor Brackley discussed the polarisation of the population of El Salvador and the Church’s mission in Central America.
Ian Coleman looks at the history and form of Gregorian chant. What are the features of this particular genre of music that make it so ideally suited to Christian liturgy?
Frances Novillo describes the function of liturgical song in uniting a congregation. How do the music and text of a hymn, when properly chosen, enable us to worship as a community?
There are many ways to God. Peter Knott SJ describes how a deeper appreciation of the arts may open the way to an awareness of the mystery of God present in all things.
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