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This week, Oldie editor Richard Ingrams reveals why he became a Catholic in his 70s; Simon Caldwell reports on the amazing growth of the Tyburn Nuns; Christopher Howse asks why St Francis is most famous for things he never said; and Die Welt editor Paul Badde ponders German hostility to the Pope. Paolo Gambi, meanwhile, meets a model who once burst out of Berlusconi’s birthday cake; and Freddy Gray says Britons have one great love: themselves. You can read it all online by subscribing here. Or, for a hard copy, go here.