Austen Ivereigh on Lourdes & Lambeth

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August 4-11 Podcast

An interview with Austen Ivereigh, former deputy editor of the London Tablet, about Lourdes' jubilee year and the once-a-decade meeting of Anglican bishops in England. Listen to this episode
Speaking from Lourdes, English journalist Austen Ivereigh describes the jubilee celebrations taking place at the shrine, and ponders why Catholic devotional practice still flourishes in this corner of secular Europe. Ivereigh also reports on the Lambeth Conference, the once-a-decade meeting of Anglican bishops, where Archbishop Rowan Williams is seeking to hold the church together amid battles over the neuralgic issue of homosexuality. Read Ivereigh's article for America on Lambeth here. Listen to this episode

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