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This week, Mgr Guido Marini talks to Edward Pentin about life as the Pope’s liturgist; Piers Paul Read defends the papacy’s record on Jews; Cristina Odone says it’s becoming socially unacceptable to speak up for marriage; and economist Philip Booth argues that Church leaders are evading the issue of tax avoidance (and with good reason). Prison chaplain Fr David Palmer, meanwhile, reports that young black Catholics in jail are turning to Islam. You can read it all online by subscribing here. Or, for a hard copy, go here.