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Rochus Misch at his home in Berlin in 2005 (AP)

Hitler’s bodyguard, Rochus Misch, insisted he ‘proud to work’ for the Nazi leader

Cardinal Bertone has referred to "crows and vipers" in the Vatican (PA)

The standard of Christian behaviour and the requirement to turn the other cheek is very high and, being human, we are all prone to fall below it from time to time

Babies – a good thing (CNS)

Our planet is not ‘full’

We need not panic about overpopulation – despite what some of my more excitable correspondents say

Pope Francis recites the Angelus prayer from his studio window yesterday (PA)

What we can do for peace in Syria

We must respond to Pope Francis’s call for a day of prayer and fasting for Syria

The Guardian's office in central London (John Stillwell/PA Wire)

The newspaper’s favourite talks are full of beliefs that are toxic and profoundly anti-Christian

A boy is baptised as his family watches (CNS)

We need a new mission for families, so that parents and would-be parents learn what the Christian vision of family life is all about

Are kids getting enough of him? (AP)

It’s not wrong to make children learn more of the bard

Benedict XVI baptising a baby in January this year

Just before his retirement Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI made a small but significant change to the wording in the rite of Baptism

'The kind of liberal conservatism David Cameron espouses is a mishmash of the good and bad, and is completely divorced from Christian spirituality' (PA)

In the UK today people of a truly conservative persuasion do not have a voice or a political party to represent them

Writers George Bernard Shaw, Hilaire Belloc and G.K Chesterton during a London debate (PA)

His statue could be erected in Fleet Street as a reminder that the not quite pukka occupation of journalism is still a fit occupation for a saint