7 February 2003
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History on fast-forward: that’s how Aris Roussinos describes the last few months, in which the tensions between China and the US have become a major rivalry. In this month’s cover story, Roussinos asks how that will affect the rest of the world – and where it leaves Britain. Though history may be accelerating, the journey towards public Masses is a slow one. Sohrab Ahmari says it’s only human for us to long for the return of Catholic ritual, while Fr John Zuhlsdorf and Fr Lawrence Lew explain how to mark the month of the Sacred Heart.
Also in the June issue, among too many pieces to mention: Matthew Schmitz writes from New York on the riots, the police and why Christianity stands against racism; Mgr Mark Langham and Constance Watson describe thriving Catholic student communities; John Whitehead offers a tour of Britain’s forgotten Marian shrines; John Milbank goes rambling in Nottinghamshire; and Teuta Augustini and Romeo Gurakuqi tell the story of Albanian Catholicism. We hear from Lord Glasman about how Catholic social teaching changed his life, from comedian Jeremy McLellan about the spirituality of stand-up, and from New York Times columnist Ross Douthat on writing for readers who disagree with him. Plus Rowan Williams, Lara Prendergast, James MacMillan, Sofía Abasolo, Eleanor Parker, and much more.