Inhumane Treatment

Leading Article in THE TIMES, 18 May 2019 The true measure of any society can be found in how it treats its most vulnerable members. There are few more vulnerable than children suffering from serious mental health problems, learning disabilities and autism. That makes our report today into the way that some vulnerable children are…

Middle class are seen as sinners, says schools chief

By Nicola Woolcock, Education Correspondent, in THE TIMES, 3 May 2019 Being middle class is now seen as a sin rather than a virtue, the head of a private schools’ group said yesterday. Barnaby Lenon, the former headmaster of Harrow School, criticised the way in which parents were judged harshly for paying for their children’s education…

THE ELECTION OF POPE FRANCIS: AN INSIDE ACCOUNT OF THE CONCLAVE THAT CHANGED HISTORY By Gerard O’Connell

By Michael Sean Winters in The National Catholic Reporter (USA), 29 April 2019 Somewhere out there is a cardinal who has excommunicated himself latae sententiae! That is the conclusion one draws from reading Gerard O'Connell's newly published The Election of Pope Francis: An Inside Account of the Conclave that Changed History. We all have theories about what…