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This week, we report on the bomb attack that killed two dozen Coptic Christians in Egypt; Jonathan Wright hails the King James Bible on its 400th anniversary year; Pastor Juventus says the feast of Epiphany feels like a phantom limb; Simon Caldwell discovers how the print revolution unleashed a wave of anti-Catholic propaganda; and Stuart Reid makes a resolution never to look at Sedevacantist websites before breakfast. Plus, Charlie Hegarty recalls Hitler’s visit to Oberammergau.