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This week, Mary Kenny argues the Queen has helped British Catholics rise above centuries of prejudice; Tim Stanley meets Bill Donohue, America’s most vocal defender of the faith; Cardinal Scola advises troubled couples; and James Le Fanu says we have roughly the same number of genes as a millimetre-long worm without a brain. Jack Scarisbrick, meanwhile, reports on the consequences of China’s one-child policy; and Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith explains how we can insult people without sinning. You can read it all online by subscribing here. Or, for a hard copy, go here.