Category Archives: Religion


Easter laughter: the hilarious and controversial medieval history of religious jokes

Seb Coxon, UCL

Just how serious is Easter? For non-churchgoers (like myself) with a sweet tooth (guilty, again) the answer to this question is probably: not very, although the chocolate eggs are welcome. For the more devout, Easter is an incredibly serious business.

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‘The Quest’ to Re-Air on EWTN Global Catholic Television Network

The Quest, a documentary-style limited series produced by the University of Dallas about discovering one’s purpose and living it with courage, will broadcast on EWTN, the largest Catholic television network in the world, on Sunday, March 27, through Thursday, March 31, at 10 p.m. Central, 11 p.m. Eastern. Continue reading


Pope says he believes ban on female priests is forever

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Churchill's secretary named as the biological father of the Archbishop of Canterbury

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Mother Teresa to be made Roman Catholic saint Sept. 4 – pope

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