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Night and Soho

June 6, 2017 Joanna Bogle 1

The lanterns glow through the dusk as the summer evening darkens into twilight. Meanwhile revelers in the garden square make their way slowly to the gates as the park-keeper gradually rounds them up. More noisily, […]

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Praying with—and for—prisoners

April 10, 2017 Joanna Bogle 0

We are sitting, the three of us, around the table in the classroom, surrounded by posters encouraging literacy and offering opportunities for taking up new skills. Father S. has been explaining about the Rosary, and […]

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Evangelizing through the good

February 21, 2017 Bishop Robert Barron 0

Anyone even vaguely acquainted with my work knows that I advocate vigorous argument on behalf of religious truth. I have long called for a revival in what is classically known as apologetics, the defense of […]