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What can we do to help our Christian brethren in the Middle East?


Praying for them, and the invocation of Saint Charbel, may be a good way to start

Free speech is only permitted if you agree with the core dogma

Same-sex marriage rally

From climate change to same-sex marriage, fall out with the new moral guardians at your peril

In the US, one chicken dish now symbolises either traditional families or rank homophobia: on the left, there’s an Orwellian campaign against marriage

Gay Marriage Corporations

In an American election year issues become fascinatingly over-the-top

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 01/08/12

Benedict XVI blesses the faithful during this morning's general audience (AP)

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The reality of the NHS is very different to that presented at the Olympic ceremony

London Olympics open

The numbers dying under the state healthcare provider belies its image

We should respect minority religious laws, Muslim, Jewish or Hindu: but only if they accept our over-arching tradition of liberty under the law of England

Sharia law is in some respects incompatible with English law: where they clash, English law should prevail

Morning Catholic must-reads: 31/07/12

The Pope meets the Lebanese prime minister Najib Mikati and his wife (AP)

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The one thing missing from the Olympic opening spectacle – this country’s Christian inheritance

London Olympic Games - Day 0

An evening of wonder and spectacle could feature the industrial revolution without the Salvation Army

The importance of a priest ‘knocking on a few doors’

No one ever forgets a priest who visited the sick, but does ‘going out and about’ make a difference to non-Massgoers

Morning Catholic must-reads: 30/07/12

Pope Benedict XVI at yesterday's Angelus (AP)

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