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Three million young people join in prayer vigil with Holy Father

Pope greets young pilgrims at vast gathering in Rio

SPUC criticises plans to allow doctors in Britain to create babies with three genetic parents

Attacker blew himself up outside the Greek Orthodox Virgin Mary church

Authentic Christian life can only be built on Jesus, Pontiff says at morning Mass

Britain’s unemployed may have to wait for a week before they can claim benefits

Poor children use the charity’s blue mug to collect their daily meal

Print Edition 28.6.13

In this week’s edition of The Catholic Herald Jill Hamilton says we must not be afraid to visit Jerusalem; Freddy Gray discusses the Catholic soul of The Sopranos; Piers Paul Read argues that the Chief Rabbi is a modern prophets; Joseph Shaw marks the 25th anniversary of the Écône consecrations; Mary O’Regan interviews American news presenter Raymond Arroyo; and Quentin Falk reviews a new film about the life of Renoir. To keep up with the latest news, reviews and features, order six issues of the Herald for £6.

Archbishop Tartaglia will receive the pallium on Saturday during Mass at St Peter’s Basilica

Print Edition 3.5.13

This week’s issue of The Catholic Herald features psychiatrist Aaron Kheriaty explains how Catholics can conquer depression; Ed West meets the Welsh geneticist seeking to ‘retell the Bible as science’; John Hinton on Benedict XVI’s love of comic creation Don Camillo; Melanie McDonagh assesses Honest to God by then Bishop of Woolwich, John Robinson, 50 years after its publication; and Robert Tanitch reviews the Donmar Warehouse’s revival of The Weir. To keep up with the latest news, reviews and features, order six issues of the Herald for £6.