Unique in its international coverage of religion, current affairs, politics, social issues and the arts, The Tablet is a weekly Catholic journal which has been reporting on events of significance for over 170 years.
Every week The Tablet provides in-depth and balanced coverage on a wide range of subjects and its contribution to topical issues is strengthened by its contributors: each issue contains the work of writers drawn from all over the world, whose names are familiar in their particular field of experience.
Exact Editions is thrilled to announce that the complete archive is now accessible for subscribers, with over 8000 issues now available to view. This extensive archive goes back 170 years and is fully searchable as well as easy to navigate.
The Church in the World
section reports on events within the Church internationally, covering Europe, Rome, Asia, the Pacific, Africa and the Americas. The Home News section reports on news within UK churches, both Catholic and other Christian. In addition the latest church documents are analysed and discussed
section gives a light-hearted round-up of recent events, often with a humorous tone and the Letters section offers lively and intelligent debate from readers worldwide.
No mention of The Tablet
would be complete without reference to the widely respected Books
section. Its detailed reviews are comprehensive, across a wide variety of subjects from philosophy to film appreciation and Christian apologetics to crime fiction. And the Arts section includes reviews of galleries and exhibitions, theatre, cinema, television, radio, music and opera.
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In praise of Mark
It’s the shortest of the four gospels, yet Mark often surpasses the other accounts of Jesus’ life for suspense and eye-witness detail / BY MARGARET HEBBLETHWAITE
A bleak midwinter
In the first of our Advent series on Christmas behind bars, a former long-term prisoner remembers the festive season in HMP Wandsworth / BY NOEL SMITH
A theologian and philosopher looks at how poetry finds traces of the sacred, new versions of the sacred, or displaces the sacred in nature / BY KEVIN HART