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This week, George Pitcher says the new Archbishop of Canterbury is a better class of Etonian; Fr Aidan Nichols OP says we should see Vatican II in the light of eternity, rather than through the prism of 1960s politics; Baroness Berridge explains how we can make a difference to Middle East Christians; and Angelo Stagnaro says Dorothy Day shows that even anarchists who promote abortion can become saint material. Patricia Chalé and Cliff Rich, meanwhile, explain how to rescue elderly people from loneliness.

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