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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
Is Christianity a supernaturally revealed religion that demands our submission and obedience, or is it a human construction that can and should...
Matthew E. Bunson
Catholics justifiably cherish the memory of the great English martyrs who died for the faith during the English Reformation. The heroism and...
Joanna Bogle
Jeremy de Satge has been involved with church music all his life, from his Anglican boyhood singing in choir to his current work as musical...
Bess Twiston-Davies
In the middle of London's busiest shopping district lies one of jolly old England's dark secrets: the site of Tyburn Tree, where 105 English...
Joanna Bogle
Adrian Thacker is a naturally cheerful person. As he sits with a mug of tea, talking about his fiancée, his love of the English countryside,...
Joanna Bogle
Antony Tyler and his wife, Mary, live in a beautiful old house in Kemsing, Kent, near the shrine of St. Edith, daughter of one of England’s...
Joanna Bogle
In a book-lined room in Oxford, England, Connie Oddie pours tea and serves homemade scones and jam. A small grandson giggles at cartoons on the...
Fr. Peter Geldard
When the Church of England’s General Synod voted to allow the ordination of women to the Anglican priesthood in 1992, it caused a seismic row...
Selden Peabody Delany
After a varied experience of thirty years in the ministry of the Protestant Episcopal Church, I am forced to the conclusion that Catholicism...
Conclave PrimerThis book has been written and published in the expectation that there will soon be a conclave in Rome to elect a successor to...