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By on Thursday, 8 November 2012

November 9 2012

This week, Conrad Black explains why he took on the British media; Fr Christopher Jamison says a ‘culture of vocation’ is booming in parishes; Siobhann Tighe meets Fr Kevin Burke, a straight-talking, cheroot-smoking missionary in the South Pacific; Freddy Gray reports on an NHS campaign that is freaking him out; and Patrick Reyntiens says Rothko’s late paintings are unforgettable. Meanwhile, on the eve of Remembrance Day, Stephen Cooper traces the life of an Ampleforth boy who fell in a hail of fire in the First World War.

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