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In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Marie-Therese Pulvenis de Seligny explores how the the’ non-religious’ Matisse created on the of the most beautiful chapels of our time; Tony Abbot on the ‘relic image’ stirring up Britain’s faithful; Mark Dowd says we should thank Benedict XVI for Pope Francis; GP Richard Scoot explains […]

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In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Marie-Therese Pulvenis de Seligny explores how the the’ non-religious’ Matisse created on the of the most beautiful chapels of our time; Tony Abbot on the ‘relic image’ stirring up Britain’s faithful; Mark Dowd says we should thank Benedict XVI for Pope Francis; GP Richard Scoot explains why Britain has become a hard place for Christian doctors to practice; and John Hinton reviews Jeremy Paxman’s new book on the Great War.