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Jeremy Corbyn speaks with supporters outside. - NEWZULU/RITA

Rather than be ‘armchair Christians’, we have to go to the people – similar to Corbyn’s leadership drive

Michel Houellebecq suggests most European Christians will become Muslims (PA)

The French novelist’s vision chimes, in some ways, with Benedict XVI’s analysis of individualism and consumerism

The Monastery of Mar Elian before and after its destruction by ISIS fighters

The monastery of Mar Elian, destroyed by ISIS, was a beacon of inter-faith co-operation

By 2115, the priesthood may have undergone its most radical change for centuries (Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

A century from now Catholics are likely to be the country’s largest Christian body. But the priesthood, the Mass and the laity may look startlingly different to today

The No campaign will not be the exclusive preserve of Right-wing figures such as Nigel Farage (AP)

That’s why I will be voting for Britain to stay in the European Union

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Happy 25th Anniversary, Youth 2000

Youth 2000 will celebrate 25 years this weekend in Walsingham

Joseph Goebbels (PA)

In Nazism, Hitler’s Minister for Propaganda discovered a malign alternative religion

patrum

Patrum is a social network for art that gives incredible access to the Vatican’s collection

A stained glass portrait of St Augustine

MAGNIFICAT: The week ahead

How to get more from Magnificat, the daily spiritual life companion

The church of Don Bosco in the Cinecittà, Rome

Canon Law makes it clear that funerals should be refused to ‘manifest sinners to whom a Church funeral could not be granted without public scandal to the faithful’