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This week, Freddy Gray has a transcendental episode in Jerusalem; Mgr Keith Newton says the ordinariate is surviving on faith alone; Tim Stanley reports on the Catholics who back the death penalty; John Tabor hails the saintly French geneticist who risked his career defending the lives of children with Down’s syndrome; Rory Fitzgerald meets a ‘card-toting reductive materialist’ who found God after a near-death experience; and Lizzy Bell reports on the lessons of a dry January.

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