In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Bishop Philip Egan explains how Portsmouth will recover after BAE job losses in the city; Tim Stanley on New Jersey governor, and possible presidential candidate, Chris Christie; Mary Forster on CS Lewis; Seinfeld writer Tom Leopold tells Mary O’Regan about his amazing conversion; Daniel Brennan argues that the assisted dying bill is riddled with benign euphemisms; Quentin Falk reviews Ridley Scott and Cormac McCarthy’s The Counsellor; and to mark the relaunch of the Vatican’s Latin language journal, Latinitas, there is a front page report in the ancient language (translation also provided!)
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