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Travel
Joanna Bogle
Littlemore procession recaps pivotal moments in the convert-cardinal’s life, from study to conversion.
Commentary
Joanna Bogle
COMMENTARY: The centuries-old city is no stranger to violence, and it will survive this latest chapter with its spirit intact.
Culture of Life
Joanna Bogle
Pro-Life Parliamentarian Has a Sense of History
Travel
Joanna Bogle
The Nuns of New Forest sponsor annual St. John Paul II pilgrimage to Walsingham.
JOANNA BOGLE
COMMENTARY: Yesterday’s vote will enhance British democracy, but only a spiritual revival can successfully address the major issues confronting the U.K. and other Western nations.
JOANNA BOGLE
Vice Chancellor Francis Campbell, formerly Britain’s ambassador to the Holy See, is committed to establishing the university as a major part of Catholic life in Britain.
JOANNA BOGLE
NEWS ANALYSIS: Amid cultural change, Catholicism and Christian heritage offer ray of hope in British Isles.
JOANNA BOGLE
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Bard, 400 Years Later
JOANNA BOGLE
COMMENTARY: The monarch represents stability, a constitutional structure that has served us well and a sense of unity with our past and with our Christian heritage.
JOANNA BOGLE
‘St. John Paul takes us back to before the Mosaic law on marriage, to the very beginning, to God’s plan for the human race,’ said one speaker at an international symposium in Austria.
JOANNA BOGLE
St. Mary’s University at Twickenham, on the outskirts of London, has established an institute named after the pope emeritus, who visited England in 2010.
JOANNA BOGLE
Roman Church service to take place at Henry VIII’s chapel for the first time since the king broke with Rome, as Walsingham, once a pilgrimage spot of Henry’s, is designated a minor basilica.
JOANNA BOGLE
This celebration of the blessed’s Oct. 9 feast day is a sign the militant anti-Catholicism of past years, led by fervent Protestants who believed that Catholicism was a form of paganism or idolatry, has given way to puzzled indifference.
JOANNA BOGLE
COMMENTARY: All the fuss over the royal baby indicates that Britons actually do like the structure, sense of belonging, neighborliness and bond with the past that comes from emphasizing traditional family life.
JOANNA BOGLE
NEWS ANALYSIS: Catholic reflections for the anniversary of V-E Day.
JOANNA BOGLE
NEWS ANALYSIS: Thursday’s interment of the last Plantagenet monarch has reawakened interest in England’s rich Catholic past.
JOANNA BOGLE
COMMENTARY
JOANNA BOGLE
Kings and popes have been devoted to Mary’s shrine. Sept. 25 issue feature.
EDDIE O’NEILL
An interview with veteran journalist and Londoner Joanna Bogle.