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The Congress is flying in the face of modern Irish culture – and is all the better for it

Young people take part in a parade at the Congress's opening Mass (CNS photo)

The Irish Church is defying its own reputation, too

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Benedict XVI speaks in the Basilica of St John at the Lateran yesterday (AP)

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If the Sisters of the LCWR ‘sever ties’ with Rome, then they stop being Sisters

Sister Farrell, president of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (CNS photo)

I hope they stay in the Church, even if they have caused it harm

Pilgrims who have come to Dublin are already re-invigorating Ireland’s faithful

Altar servers lead the procession at the conclusion of the opening Mass (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

The 50th International Eucharistic Congress offers us Irish Catholics the chance to re-root our faith

There is nothing shameful about the human body

ARTWORK OF ADAM AND EVE DISPLAYED AT VATICAN MUSEUM

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

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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

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

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