Articles categorised "St John Cassian"
The saint whose guide on virtue was read every day by monks in the Middle Ages
Monday, 23 July 2012
St John Cassian (July 23) fell out of favour in the 16th century
Mont St-Michel is completely cut off from the mainland for the first time since 1879
ISIS kills 15 Assyrian Christians, charity reports
Pope Francis offers tips on preparing for Confession
Wolf Hall reminds us that beheadings solve nothing
Vatican Secretariat for Economy rejects overspending claims
What turned Mohamed Emwazi into Jihadi John?
The abortion industry has an iron grip on Parliament
The Pope Emeritus experiment is working
The business of transferring an embryo to a surrogate mother’s womb is, to me, deeply disquieting
Jihadi John has lived a life of privilege compared to ISIS’s victims
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