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The prime minister’s refutation of a potentially scandalous trip to Italy bring a surprising revelation.
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Psycho marked the beginning of a new decade of decadence, and the end of Hitchcock as a significant creative force.
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Jacques Collin de Plancy was an atheist who wrote a peculiar book about demons — but in 1830, he became Catholic, convinced by the reality of evil and the need to counter it.
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There is something mysterious about the whole COVID-19 episode — for the Church, for the world, but especially for the world of work.
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‘If I had aborted her, I do not think that I would have remembered the day of the abortion as a day of celebration’
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During World War I, on the Western Front alone, some estimate as many as 40,000 military personnel converted to the Catholic faith, due largely to witness of Catholic chaplains.
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“The Lord found that it was time for us to carry his cross. Let us strive to be worthy of that joy.”
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London’s fierce Gordon Riots in 1780 dashed all hopes of bringing Spain and Austria into the fight against the American colonies.
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“Illness was the cause of his sanctification; suffering was his chair.”
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What it's like to attend Mass in the cell where St. Thomas More was held prisoner before his martyrdom.
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Why did one of the world’s most celebrated actresses turn her back on all the world had to offer?
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The devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus served as a counter to the heresies of Protestantism and Jansenism
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“Father de Foucauld, since his conversion, never for one day stopped thinking of that hour after which there are no others...”
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Matt Talbot walked the streets of Dublin as a mystic soul and an ambassador for Christ.
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100 years after the canonization of St. Joan of Arc, this film has never seemed more relevant.
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Thirteen years after his death in 2000, Yad Vashem declared Gino Bartali “Righteous Among the Gentiles” for his heroism during World War II.
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“While Edmund still called out to Christ, the heathen dragged the holy man to his death, and with one stroke struck off his head.”
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Born 200 years ago this year, the “Lady with the Lamp” continues to inspire.
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The son of a Jewish mother and Anglican father, Sellers was sent to St. Aloysius College in London, where he received a Catholic education — and a kindly Catholic mentor.
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The depiction in Nosferatu of the upending of a settled way of life by contagion has more than a contemporary resonance.
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“Proclaim that mercy is the greatest attribute of God.”
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“Within the space of a few hours, I came into possession of faith, with absolute certainty.”
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15 years on, this documentary has never been more relevant
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Sherlock Holmes creator Arthur Conan Doyle was brought up a Catholic, but in his young adulthood, he rejected the faith of his ancestors and slipped into the dangerous world of the occult.
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Yes, there are two paths you can go by — but in the long run, there's still time to change the road you're on.
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Like her mother Queen Isabella, Catherine was Catholic first and a monarch second.
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“Christ with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ within me…”
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Elvis Presley had a keen, if eclectic, interest in religion.
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Alfred Hitchcock Hitchcock was born and raised a Catholic and remained a practicing Catholic all his life.
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Let It Be is not so much a “rock documentary” as the sad documenting of friendship forsaken.
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Given the history of the Brexit saga to date, Boris Johnson is going to need all the prayers he can get.
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The Dec. 12 election will elect Members of Parliament from across the U.K. to the 650 seats in the House of Commons, with elected MPs from the largest party forming the government.
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London Bridge has seen martyrs, real ones, whose lives offer a different perspective at this time.
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Vote for the Labour Party or the Liberal Democrats and abortion’s bloodied floodgates will open ever wider. Voting Conservative and you are supporting a party that seems intent on funding abortion abroad.
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“It may be the devil or it may be the Lord but you’re gonna have to serve somebody.”
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If you know where to look in the vast London Underground, there are numerous signs indicating the Name to which all must bow.
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“One should always wait till a man’s last day, and never call him happy before his death and funeral.” —Ovid, Metamorphoses, III
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Future King writes on soon-to-be saint.
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“I had obtained the sign I asked for, and to me it was especially sweet.”
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“In order to understand the complexity and wonder of the Shroud you simply have to open your eyes and your heart. It will speak to you.”
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“Woodstock wasn’t peace and love ... By the time it all ended, the worst sides of our nature had come out.” —Roger Daltrey
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“I have all my life been speaking about suffering for the truth — now it has come upon me.”
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A movement of sorts, Futurism has many different strands.
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Boris Johnson was baptized Catholic, but that is where his Catholicism appears to have ended.
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O’Connor wrote about losers and misfits; Scorsese makes films about them; Springsteen sings of them.
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Springtime can come only as the fruit of Newman’s perception of the Risen One, not Mary Shelley’s nightmare of a resuscitated corpse.
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“This King does not allow himself to be taken except by one who surrenders wholly to him.” —St. Teresa of Ávila
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The ruined abbey at Whitby marks the site of a crucial event in Church history, and plays a key part in Bram Stoker’s story of Count Dracula
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An estimated one-third of the world’s population suffers from religious persecution in some form, with Christians being the most persecuted group.
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These expeditions for men are not for the faint of heart
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London’s famous 1666 fire destroyed most of the city, including old St. Paul’s Cathedral.
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Like Adam and Eve, we have to be careful not to fall into the trap of wanting to become like gods when we are but men.
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The Beatles were baffled at the overt religiosity of the United States in the 1960s
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The center is named after St. Theodore of Tarsus, a seventh-century Archbishop of Canterbury
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During his campaign against Napoleon, Wellington ordered his troops to remove their hats to priests and when passing Catholic churches, and to present arms when the Blessed Sacrament passed in the street.
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Sexual Revolution is a sad indictment of where we have come to, and a frightening indication of where we are heading.
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The Nativity by Piero della Francesca is a special picture.
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This is an unusual Christmas tale, all caught on camera, and well worth a view.
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Maïti Girtanner prayed for 40 years for the power to forgive.
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You have been bought at a great price, and the glory of that is only yours to share.
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Secret Catholic or secret witch, the mystery surrounding Alice Nutter remains.
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Jack Scarisbrick spoke what he believed to be true and right; he stood up for the defenseless, and, in so doing, pricked the consciences and challenging the historical memories of many.
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Oct. 2, 2018, is the 90th anniversary of the beginning of Opus Dei. This summer marks the 60th anniversary of St. Josemaría’s first visit to England.
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Sunday’s event was the largest Catholic procession in England since Pope St. John Paul II's visit to Britain in 1982.
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The Catholic Church is the beloved Bride of a God no grave could ever hold.
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Paul McCusker’s radio productions are the equivalent of Technicolor images in sound
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The new Australian law is not so much a way of protecting children from abuse as an assault upon the Church
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Northern Ireland is only one front in the battle to push abortion throughout the U.K.
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As Geraint Thomas crossed the final finishing line last Sunday, he did so with the full support of Chris Froome
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“If I want to give advice to anyone… Stay in the state of grace to get to heaven.”
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St. Peter’s Team uses cricket as a platform to promote what Pope Francis has called the “culture of encounter and dialogue”
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“Enter through the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the road broad that leads to destruction, and those who enter through it are many. How narrow the gate and constricted the road that leads to life. And those who find it are few.” (Matthew 7:14)
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The Anglican religious sisters were received into full communion with the Catholic Church on the Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God, Jan. 1, 2013.
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“It is the paradox of history that each generation is converted by the saint who contradicts it most.”
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This procession was a sight to behold — a supernatural event as much as an earthly one
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“May this Shrine to the Most Blessed Sacrament ... enrich the life of faith in our time and bring to many the joy and consolation of the Lord's presence.”
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“In Britain and now Ireland this is the most dangerous time in history to be an unborn child.”
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Canonized saints, from St. Thomas More to St. Josemaría Escrivá, have visited here
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The new law follows a case of religious discrimination at British Airways that began 12 years ago.
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While minority communities in today’s Britain must be seen not to experience discrimination, there appears to be one exception: the Catholic community.
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In the shadow of the “Twin Towers,” the True King dwells in the Oratory
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Marie Stopes was an ardent eugenicist who sent love poems to Adolf Hitler. Today the organization she founded, Marie Stopes International, performs 3 million abortions a year.
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All shall ‘go to Joseph’ to petition the Holy Patriarch
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Today, April 27, 2018, also marks the 50th anniversary of the implementation of the U.K.’s 1967 Abortion Act.
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These rooms preserve Bl. John Henry Newman’s memory as a man as rational as he was holy.
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The event at St. Dominic’s Priory Church was sold out weeks in advance
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The tale starts around the year 1123 in the reign of King Henry I...
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More than 370 pro-life members have begun a counter campaign called “Not in Our Name.”
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In the end, a total of 16 monks from London’s Charterhouse were martyred.
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Support for the pornographers has come from the usual quarters
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As these men and women went forth knowing their earthly lives were drawing to a close, they were garlanded in the peace of Christ
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This new charity is determined to make a difference to the lives of Middle-Eastern Christians
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The plague pit that was called ‘limbo’ is somewhere still buried below London, as, too, for now at least, are the remains of its victims.
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“The sound that woke him that night was like nothing he had heard before…”
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Meet Ferdi McDermott — Catholic educator and revolutionary
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“Keep the Faith against all things and all men”
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Dobri Dobrev lived almsgiving at a heroic level
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On April 29, the nations of England, Scotland and Wales will be joined in prayer around the British coast
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Catholics have the consolation of knowing that we are not alone, and never have been.
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K.V. Turley is the Register’s U.K. correspondent. He writes from London.