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King Arthur and Camelot: Why the cultural fascination?

King Arthur and Camelot: Why the cultural fascination?

by: Jon Kelly - BBC in Articles,

Why is the legend of King Arthur such a compelling one in culture? For a man who may or may not have wandered Britain some 1,500 years ago, King Arthur retains the enviable knack of making his regal presence felt. Modern historians might query whether there is any real evidence for his existence, but none doubt his lasting hold over the popular imagination.

Saved by One Man's Sacrifice

Saved by One Man's Sacrifice

by: Ron Rolheiser, OMI in Articles,

We are saved by the death of Jesus! All Christians believe this. This is a central tenet within the Christian faith and the center of almost all Christian iconography. Jesus' death on a cross changed history forever.      But how does this work?

Turning crisis into action - Keys to the City of God

Turning crisis into action - Keys to the City of God

by: Cardinal Peter Turkson - The Tablet in Articles,

In his social encyclical Caritas in Veritate, Pope Benedict presented the global economic crisis as an opportunity to shape a new vision for the future. Here, the president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace sets out the steps to realising that vision

Homily for Sunday, January 23

Homily for Sunday, January 23

by: Fernando Torres - Marie Alexandre in Articles,

Today’s gospel tells us of the start of the public life of Jesus. We can’t have a more humble or simple beginning. It was nothing like the great ceremonies that we like to do these days to mark the beginning of great events.