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The remedy Gospel words of Jesus say, ‘Those who save their life will lose it, and those who lose their life for my sake will find it.’ In his poem. Putting our-selves alongside the way of the world, we might [...]

faith of our fathers

Arthur Middleton on parish priests of the Catholic Revival The Catholic Revival in the nineteenth century had always aimed to preach Jesus Christ in a way that he had not been preached for many years. The Revival may have had [...]

Walk in the light

Edward Morrison reports on a sponsored walk along Hadrian’s Wall from Wallsend to Bowness-on-Solway On Sunday night, after taking 47 Horden pilgrims to Walsingham, the thought of walking 85 miles from Wallsend to the west Cumberland coast the very next [...]

views, reviews and previews

PICASSO Vollard Suite , British Museum 3 May–2 September Admission free DESIGNING 007 50 Years of Bond Style Barbican Centre 6 July–5 September Admission £12, concessions available PICASSO MADE over 2,500 etchings and prints and the Vollard Suite of one [...]

To Mount Zion

Nicolas Stebbing CR reflects on the death of John the Baptist It was a squalid, nasty death. There was nothing grand about it. Here was a great preacher, the last of the Old Testament prophets, the forerunner of Christ, killed [...]

The Confraternity

of the Blessed Sacrament Bishop Roger Jupp, the Superior-General of the Confraternity, explains a recent episode in the life of the society This year sees the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament (CBS) at [...]

After the debate

After the debate in the General Synod Reform, Forward in Faith and the Catholic Group in Synod issued the following statements Forward in Faith is disappointed that the General Synod today resolved to adjourn the debate on final approval of [...]

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