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Joanna Bogle
 
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Here the Faith was planted in Roman times, and churches still fill with new generations
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What, if anything, does Meghan Markle’s baptism mean to most people in Britain today?
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Paul VI’s steadfastness may have its own place of honor when the story of the defense of the unborn is chronicled
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The award is presented annually to someone who defends “human life, human rights and human dignity.”
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For Catholics, discussion of a royal marriage is set in the context of what marriage is, and why it matters.
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I will be praying for Britain on Remembrance Sunday.
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The Church of the Most Precious Blood was built in the last years of Queen Victoria’s reign.
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‘We consecrate Scotland to you, all that we have, all that we love, all that we are.’
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If we produce men and women who are spiritual and cultural orphans we can expect them to search for a faith and meaning somewhere... and to find it in the wrong places, with ghastly consequences.
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Theresa May’s High Church background has prompted some to suggest a strong Catholic influence on her political thinking.
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Joanna Bogle

Joanna Bogle is Visiting Research Fellow at St Mary’s University, Twickenham, London. She is the author of some twenty books, including several historical biographies and A Book of Seasons and Celebrations with information on traditions and customs marking the Church year. Her most recent book is John Paul II - Man of Prayer with colleague Clare Anderson, exploring the spiritual life of St. John Paul the Great. She broadcasts regularly with EWTN and has recently initiated popular Catholic History Walks around London. She blogs at “Auntie Joanna Writes” and EWTN’s “Catholic Journalist in London”.