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By on Thursday, 7 March 2013

March 8 2013

This week, Ann Widdecombe, Stuart Reid, Tim Stanley, Julie Etchingham, AN Wilson, Fr Tim Finigan and Fr Aidan Nichols OP give their view of what the new pope’s top priority should be; Piers Paul Read considers what qualities a pope must have; physicist Fr Andrew Pinsent tells Sarah Mac Donald that the Church must not be airbrushed out of scientific history; Bishop Echevarría says Benedict XVI’s rich teaching will guide Catholics for many years to come; Colin Brazier reflects on being thrown off a horse; and Freddy Gray says you can’t walk 10 feet in Rome without coming across something that might change your life.

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