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A woman receives Communion during a Mass for young adults at St Patrick's Cathedral in New York City (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)

Patrick Madrid recalls the Mormon who told him: ‘I’ve never seen Catholics show awe. So I guess they don’t believe it’

Members of the Bloomsbury Group, from left, Lady Ottoline Morrell, Maria Nys, Lytton Strachey, Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell, pictured in 1915 (Wiki)

Emotional problems are surely bound to surface in the children of parents with an insouciant attitude towards marital fidelity

The installation of Bishop Alan Hopes of East Anglia at St John the Baptist Cathedral, Norwich, which was constructed between 1882 and 1910 to designs by George Gilbert Scott Jr (Photo: Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

The Diocese of Northampton was dismissed as the ‘dead diocese’ until the arrival of Bishop Arthur Riddell

Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity

The Blessed is one of several spiritual writers whose works have been abridged for a new series

Consumer magazines are displayed on a newsstand in New York (AP)

Christopher Murphy worked for Glamour magazine and as a teacher before he felt a call to work with Catholic apostolates

An image from the cover of The Shadow of his Wings

The story of Fr Goldmann is the perfect Confirmation present

GK Chesterton sits on a bench in Brighton in 1935 (AP Photo)

Chesterton ‘addresses the narrowness and slipperiness of modern thinking’, says the author of a new guide to his work

The Royal College of midwives row puts us to shame (PA)

African society is often mocked for its polygamous practices but this pagan cultural form has its roots in a pro-life mentality

Michelangelo's Pietà (Stanislav Traykov)

For some reason, Mary is often a stumbling block for those outside the Church.

Women hold images of Our Lady of Fatima inside the Metropolitan Cathedral during Mass in Managua, Nicaragua, May 13 (CNS photo/Oswaldo Rivas, Reuters)

When Our Lady appeared to the children of Fatima she said many souls go to hell because no one prays for them