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Madeleine Teahan

Madeleine Teahan is Associate Editor at the Catholic Herald and chairs the Catholic Herald Podcast Debates. Her special interests include euthanasia and assisted suicide. She is on Twitter as @MadeleineTeahan

Print edition: June 20 2014

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This week we bring you an exclusive report on the graffiti artist, known as Pure Evil, who is related to Thomas More and describes him as an “absolute hero” and we reveal the reason a Catholic priest paid almost £5,000 for a 1903 conclave ballot sheet at auction. Meanwhile, Simon Caldwell talks with Pascal Uche […]

Graffiti artist Pure Evil: ‘St Thomas More is an absolute hero’

Charles Uzzell-Edwards aka Pure Evil

Charles Uzzell-Edwards claims to be descended from seven saints

Unity is distant but still our goal, Pope tells Anglican leader

Pope Francis meets the Archbishop of Canterbury this morning at the Vatican  Photo: archbishopofcanterbury.org

Pope Francis held an audience with the Archbishop of Canterbury this morning

Meet the Pope’s unlikely celebrity fans

Pope Francis (AP)

The rich and famous are lavishing praise on the Pope. Here’s a guide to his most surprising supporters

Mirabile dictu! The Guardian is discovering the value of celibacy

The article on celibacy was written by an anonymous contributor

But why does an author hailing ‘life without sex’ on the paper’s website need to remain anonymous?

Order asks for £1m to fund rise in vocations

In the English province of the Dominicans 12 men are currently being trained

The order has launched a training fund to accommodate a revival in its popularity

Singing nun, Sister Cristina wins talent show final

Sister Cristina Scuccia poses with the trophy and holding the cross on the stage after winning the final (PA)

Sister Cristina Scuccia recited the Our Father on stage after winning the contest

Oxford students defeat motion seeking to ban pro-life stalls

Oxford Students for Life turned out in force to resist the motion (PA)

Students at Oxford University threw out a censorship motion on Tuesday

Print edition: May 30, 2014

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Our edition this week brings you in-depth coverage of the Pope’s visit to the Holy Land including eye witness accounts from Madeleine Teahan and Jill, Duchess of Hamilton. We also have an exclusive interview with Bishop Athanasius Schneider, who has some reassuring words on the future of the Church. Laura Keynes writes about the courageous […]

EU rejects pro-life initiative

The One Of Us Campaign gathered 2 million signatures

A petition demanding an end to destruction of human embryos has been vetoed