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This week, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco tells Mary O’Regan we can achieve ‘spiritual greatness’ in the fight for marriage; Cristina Odone gives her advice to parents worried about cyberspace; Jack Scarisbrick says a civilised society doesn’t keep tiny human beings in deep freezers; Alexander Jolliffe writes about how to overcome redundancy; Jim Connor recalls an encounter with a Bond villain; and Dennis Sewell investigates whether atheists are cleverer than believers. Meanwhile Will Gore assesses Lincoln, and Ed West hails King Athelstan.

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