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This week, Lord Carlile says that every school should learn from the scandal at Ealing; Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith asks if Catholicism is bad for the economy; Caroline Farrow says Catholic women need thick skins online; and Caroline Asquith argues that there is a blind spot among scholars about Shakespeare’s Catholic faith. Fr Anthony Symondson, meanwhile, visits the National Gallery’s once-in-a-lifetime Leonardo da Vinci show.

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