16 May 1840
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Open new doors to prayer
As Masses are suspended throughout Britain and Ireland, this might be a moment to deepen our understanding of the Eucharist / BY THOMAS O’LOUGHLIN
A nun of Stanbrook Abbey reminds us that we are all made for the Word of God, and only thrive when alive with God’s life / BY LAURENTIA JOHNS
Living in the present moment
Isolation is alarming. In our culture, attuned to constant, immediate, entertaining distractions, how can we cope? / BY RODERICK STRANGE
Isolated but not alone
A writer who has lived alone for many years has words of advice and encouragement for those frightened by enforced solitude / BY SARA MAITLAND