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By on Friday, 8 February 2013

February 8 2013

This week, we introduce our new cartoonist, Christian Adams; composer James MacMillan writes about his struggle to save a friend from execution; Melanie McDonagh ponders Jane Austen’s faith; Daniel Kalder explains why the CIA is known as “Catholics In Action”; a Jesuit from Haiti tells Ed West his country will never give in to despair; and Madeleine Teahan says more and more young Catholics are turning to the web in search of love. Plus, well-known Christians, including Ann Widdecombe, Julie Etchingham, Archbishop Nichols and Frank Cottrell Boyce, tell us what they plan to give up for Lent.

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