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What is the relevance of religious belief to the Libor scandal? We are hearing wise and persuasive words from Jewish thinkers: but what do our bishops say?

Lord Sacks, the former chief rabbi of Great Britain (PA photo)

Why is it always Rabbi Sacks who gives rational and coherent moral guidance to our benighted society, and not any Catholic leader?

Why I’m glad I saw Auschwitz

An icon of evil seared into the public consciousness AP Photo

There are some things that are simply evil in themselves, and never to be justified

Morning Catholic must-reads: 09/07/12

Benedict XVI greets the crowds at Castel Gandolfo yesterday (AP)

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Fulton Sheen understood how Sacraments could transform our lives

Vatican Saints

Catholic should learn more about the television evangelist, now a venerable

Is the new Prefect of the CDF really not a man of ‘secure doctrine’? Some in Rome think so, and he does defend liberation theology: so what’s going on?


Archbishop Gerhard Müller is a friend, co-author, and defender of Gustavo Gutiérrez. But he’s also close to the pope, who knows what he is doing

The ordinary Polish Catholics who brought down Communism

Poles attend the installation of Pope John Paul II AP/Press Association Images

Communism never inspired love in a deeply faithful people

Morning Catholic must-reads: 06/07/12

Pilgrims pray around a statue of Mary in Medjugorje (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

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Poland is still the land of Blessed John Paul II

Church of the Assumption of Virgin Mary, Krakow (AP)

Its people have confidence in themselves and the mission of the Church

Morning Catholic must-reads: 05/07/12

Cardinal Bertone pictured with Pope Benedict in Milan earlier this month (AP)

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The Yad Vashem Holocaust museum has qualified its hostile representation of Pius XII’s policy towards the Jews; but this, though welcome, is not enough

The Hall of Names at Yad Vashem (Photo: PA)

Interestingly, its hostility has been encouraged by the ongoing liberal Catholic anti-Vatican campaign