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Italian exorcist Fr Gabriele Amorth, who died last month, in his office in Rome in 2012 (PA)

In its understated way, Fr Amorth’s final book reminds us that Satanism is no joke

The late Graham Greene (centre, pictured in 1984, London) is a favourite writer of Sally Read's (PA Archive)

Sally Read explains why she thinks the Mass is a beautiful poem

The statue of Our Lady of Fatima overlooks worshippers at the Fatima shrine (AP)

On the 99th anniversary of the ‘Miracle of the Sun’, Our Lady’s message is still urgent

A cemetery for the unborn in Moscow. The inscriptions are what the unborn children might have achieved: one reads 'famous writer' (AP)

Patriarch Kirill of Moscow is among 300,000 signatories to a new pro-life petition

A mother and daughter at an awareness-raising event for children with Down's syndrome in America (AP)

A child with Down’s syndrome is a living human being, with the same longing to be loved as the rest of us

Bolshevik forces marching on the Red Square 1917

A dramatic narrative account of the Russian Revolution is appalling and riveting at the same time

Protesters at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester (AP)

A book by former director-general of the BBC, Mark Thompson, makes a case for the importance of rediscovering a shared language

'Modern medical advances have made pain unendurable and assisted suicide a human right' (PA)

In modern society, fear of God has been replaced by fear of death

Gabriele Kuby, 2014 (Wikipedia, Derzsi Elekes Andor)

A play depicts a family campaigner as a zombie whose eyes are poked out. This is about more than one person’s good name

Thérèse Vanier

Vanier gave up her job as a hospital consultant to start the first L’Arche community in Britain