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This week Anna Arco speaks to Fr Keith Newton, the head of the world’s first Personal Ordinariate, about his passion for Africa and his hopes for Christian unity; Maureen Lipman salutes the brave monks of Tibhirine, killed by extremists in Algeria; and home baker Andrew M Brown urges Christians to take bread seriously. Stuart Reid, meanwhile, thinks about lying, and the ethics of pro-life group Live Action; while Ed West discovers that Humanists had a ‘Benedict bounce’ too.