6 January 1900
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Finding God in the Blitz
When the air raids began in London 80 years ago, no spiritual writer caught the feeling of helplessness better than Caryll Houselander / BY MARY FRANCES COADY
‘If you’re called to this life, you are given the grace’
In the fourth of our series on the paths of women Religious, Sr Josephine Parkinson, prioress of Stanbrook Abbey, speaks of a life devoted to prayer / BY BLANCHE GIROUARD
Light shines in the dark
The discovery of complex mathematical tables and scientific instruments puts paid to the myth that the Middle Ages were dominated by superstition / BY SEB FALK