Posts Tagged ‘Tablet’

What sort of Catholic media will we see in the future?

Thursday, October 22nd, 2020
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As we hunkered down to church closures and online Masses a second time, I reflected on a friend’s question: Are we treating this Covid-19 lockdown as a period of hibernation or will we emerge from a chrysalis — and, if so, how will we be transformed? As the Catholic community gains an accelerated experience of Read more

New Mass translation divides Catholics

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

There is deep division in the Church over the new English version of the Mass, with priests and religious particularly critical, according to an online survey of 5700 Catholics conducted by the London Tablet. More than a year after the new Mass translation was introduced, 70 per cent of the clergy who responded said they Read more

Richard III deserves a Catholic burial

Friday, February 8th, 2013

Not so fast, Leicester Cathedral — Richard III was a Catholic, and his last resting place should be in a Catholic church. So argues Elena Curti, deputy editor of the London Tablet, following the news that archaeologists have confirmed the discovery of the king’s missing remains under a car par in Leicester. “The ‘appropriate’ rites Read more