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This week, Cardinal Scola tells Luke Coppen that the controversy over the Pope’s Regensburg lecture has made dialogue with Muslims easier; Mark Shea says US drone strikes are claiming innocent lives; Jenny McCartney laments the loss of the ‘Just say no’ message on drugs; and Lisa Green says that caring for Raphael, her terminally ill baby, was the most precious time of her life. Plus, Lord Deben argues that the women bishops saga proves St Thomas More was right about Parliament.

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