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There is nothing shameful about the human body


But there’s something odd about wanting to appear nude in public

Morning Catholic must-reads: 11/06/12

The opening Mass of the 50th International Eucharistic Congress (AP)

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The jubilee was a huge success: for the Queen, of course, but also for Camilla. It’s now time to accept her as the palace already does: as our future Queen

Royal couple in Italy

It’s time for us to move on: the Queen has, so should we.

The marriage debate has made for some unlikely bedfellows

It is not just ‘bible-thumping Christians’ who oppose the change

What makes a country third world?

Policemen who don’t expect a tip

Morning Catholic must-reads: 08/06/12

Pope Benedict leads the Corpus Christi procession in Rome (AP)

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Something in the British psyche demands the magic of monarchy

Revellers on the Mall in London watch the Queen appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony (PA photo)

We’ll even borrow one from abroad rather than become republican

The Leopard – a curious book for Nick Clegg to read

Diamond Jubilee celebrations

The Italian classic listed among the Deputy PM’s favourites is all about the futility of liberalism

What is behind the Vatileaks plot? Mainly, it seems, it’s a conspiracy against the Pope’s most trusted collaborator: so we should pray that it fails

Cardinal Bertone, left, and Cardinal Sodano, who apparently tried to block his appointment as Secretary of State (CNS photo)

Cardinal Bertone was appointed for the right reasons; his enemies now are those of the Pope himself

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 06/06/12

Pope Benedict at this morning's general audience

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