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Much of The Catholic Herald’s content – news, features, comment, letters and reviews – is not available online.

This week, Anna Arco writes about the joys of reporting on the Church under Benedict XVI; Jerome di Costanzo laments the return of a damaging heresy; Bishop David McGough says Ascension offers a new beginning; Eric Hester suggests that a Catholic exam would ensure that pupils left school knowing the faith; and John Hinton reviews a masterly new biography of Bismarck. Katy Hounsell-Robert, meanwhile, meets Mark Cazalet, the painter who shows Christ in the everyday bustle of the modern city.

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