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Fans can’t truly forgive Lance Armstrong until he actually shows he’s sorry

Seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong (AP)

The Tour de France champion is still hiding behind the excuse that all professional cyclists took drugs

Print Edition 27.9.13

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In this week’s print edition of the Catholic Herald former Labour spin doctor Damian McBride talks about his controversial political memoirs; Cristina Odone argues Pope Francis has tamed the wolves of Fleet Street; Joseph Pearce reveals how Catholicism saved him from a life of hatred in the National Front; Miguel Cullen interviews artist Michael Landy; […]

Print Edition 9.8.13

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In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Megan Hodder meets Catholic singer Audrey Assad; Fr Mark Drew says he is fed up with false comparisons between Benedict XVI and Pope Francis; Piers Paul Read asks, why did God bless the Irish?; Christopher Howse on the bold priest who brought us gerbils; June Rockett […]

Print Edition 26.7.13

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In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald there is full coverage of Pope Francis’s visit to Brazil for World Youth Day 2013; Madeleine Teahan interviews Jacob Rees-Mogg MP; the strange disappearance of Fr Henry Borynski is re-examined; Mary Kenny says Lord Longford was right all along; Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith asks whether the Church […]

Print Edition 5.7.13

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In this week’s edition of The Catholic Herald Melanie McDonagh argues that we must not let Richard Dawkins win over the next generation; Dennis Sewell says austerity chic is of no use to the poor; in the first of a series of interviews with critics of the Church, Ed West speaks to Stonewall chief executive […]

Print Edition 31.5.13

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In this week’s edition of The Catholic Herald Cardinal George Pell talks exclusively about his new role as one of eight senior advisers to the Pope; agnostic Peter Nightingale says the Catholic Church is right to oppose sterilisation; Stuart Reid says we need to calm down about gay marriage; and Anna Arco ponders why atheists […]

‘The façade has to come down eventually’

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Author Wm Paul Young tells Will Gore that his international bestseller The Shack was born out of a wrenching personal crisis