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Hilary Mantel (PA)

Fashions have changed meaning literature and the Church are no longer comfortable bedfellows

Goldworthy, whose popularity has declined since his death in 1933 (CNS)

The Forsyte Saga novelist has fallen out of favour since his death

The UN human rights committee on the rights of the child delivering its report in Geneva (AP)

And the committee oversteps the mark by criticising Catholic teaching on contraception and abortion

As long as it's just water...

Yet another ruling illustrates the absurdity of our attitude to abortin

A temple built in the 5th-century BC by Greek colonisers in Selinunte, Sicily (AP)

Seeking out Sicily’s treasures

Money, care and time has been spent on restoring the historic sights of the island

The priesthood – one of the more stressful jobs

And the main cause is that priests have to deal with so many difficult people

Tyrants everywhere fear  this (CNS)

North Korea, China and Saudi Arabia share with the Tudor’s a fear of Catholicism as a rival authority

A rainbow over flood water in the English county of Somerset (Tim Ireland/PA Wire)

The Romantic revolution embodied by Wordsworth has run its course

Carol Duggan, the aunt of Mark Duggan, speaks at a vigil in his memory outside Tottenham Police Station on Saturday (PA)

The result of the inquest also begs the question, can there be justice without charity?

Bishop Chibly Langlois of Les Cayes, Haiti, one of two Caribbeans to be given a red hat next month (Photo: CNS)

The faithful of Burkina Faso will be celebrating