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A surprising number think that because of his beliefs Tony Blair should have been denied entry into the Church: But wouldn’t that mean a lot of expulsions?

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair arrives to give evidence at the Leveson inquiry at the Royal Courts of Justice in central London, Monday, May 28, 2012. The Leveson inquiry is Britain's media ethics probe that was set up in the wake of the scandal over phone hacking at Rupert Murdoch's News of the World, which was shut in July after it became clear that the tabloid had systematically broken the law. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

Nobody sincerely wanting to become a Catholic should ever be refused: their reasons are between themselves and God

Morning Catholic must-reads: 02/07/12

A display featuring Pius XII at Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial (CNS)

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The Vatican, not before time, has appointed a lay professional as its ‘communications adviser’. Significantly, he’s an Opus Dei numerary

New Vatican communications adviser Greg Burke (Photo: CNS)

In a bare decade, Opus Dei has gone from being ‘secretive’ and misunderstood to being the Church’s PR experts

Having children is not for dummies

Babies: worth it CNS photo/Darren Whiteside, Reuters

In comparison, being prime minister is a piece of cake

Morning Catholic must-reads: 29/06/12

Pope Benedict celebrates Mass on the feast of SS Peter and Paul last year (AP)

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Is the Liverpool Care Pathway badly maligned?

Claim that thousands of patients are being killed appears sensational

Morning Catholic must-reads: 28/06/12

Cardinal Schönborn has told rebel clergy they cannot serve as heads of local deaneries. (CNS)

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Today’s Catholic must-reads: 27/06/12

A child waits to greet the Pope at the end of today's general audience (AP)

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Cameron, Clegg and Miliband want us to have hundreds more politicians (elected from candidates they will choose). So, how is that more representative?

Judges and other peers wait for the arrival of the Queen at the State Opening of Parliament (Photo: PA)

The abolition of the Lords will destroy our Parliamentary constitution

Tattoos are a matter of taste, not morality

Joanna Southgate was allowed into Ascot despite her inked arms (Photo: PA)

Personally, I loathe them. But it’s hard to argue that they are per se immoral