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The Catholic Herald

The Catholic Herald is a Catholic newspaper based in London. It was founded in 1888.

Public relations blunders leave the faithful confused

Malicious or ignorant reports do not only damage the reputation of ordinary Catholics; they also cause ordinary Catholics to lose confidence in their pastors

Fr Robert Barron on the BP oil leak

Theologian draws spiritual lesson from the catastrophe

Benedict XVI becomes seventh-oldest pope in history

But Pope Benedict will have to live to 2020 to surpass the oldest pope in history, Leo XIII.

Life is hard for Holy Land Christians, says Custos

Fr Pierbattista Pizzaballa says population is dwindling

Possible work by Caravaggio is discovered in Rome

Experts study ‘The Martyrdom of St Lawrence’

Nuncio to Iraq named UN permanent observer

Indian Archbishop Francis Assisi Chullikatt takes up key post

Children spend 30 hours a week in front of screens

Parents shocked by results of study

Pope will address religious freedom in peace message

Message will mark World Day of Peace

Raphael tapestries travel to London for Pope’s visit

V&A will display Sistine Chapel masterworks

Print edition 16.07.2010

Print edition 16.07.2010

Much of The Catholic Herald’s content – letters, reviews, and extra comment and features – is not available online. This week, Jerry Tavares recalls the day he finally hugged the Pope; Fr Tim Finigan advises men on dressing modestly; and Jack Carrigan reviews two new books on Newman. Plus, Canon J John urges Catholics to […]