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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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Pope Benedict knows that this is the age of addiction

Online pornography can have a devastating effect on young people (PA photo)

Damian Thompson says that new technology is making temptation harder than ever to resist

Are we failing to pass on pride in the Queen to our newest citizens?

The Queen, Prince Charles and Prince William on the balcony of Buckingham Palace (PA photo)

The Chief Rabbi says Jews are ‘intensely loyal’ to the Queen. Is that true for our immigrants today?

Morning Catholic must-reads: 05/06/12

Cardinal Bertone greets Pope Benedict (CNS)

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The Vatican is completely correct to clarify that Sister Farley’s book stands firmly outside the tradition of the Church

Sister Margaret Farley, author of Just Love (CNS photo)

Sister Margaret Farley is a theologian in the same way as David Cameron

Margaret Forrester was fired by the NHS for giving a booklet on the effects of abortion to a colleague who made no complaint: how deep will this purge go?

Margaret Forrester has launched a human rights challenge against the NHS at the High Court (PA photo)

Anti-abortion doctors are threatened with being struck off: now this totalitarian sacking. What’s next?

Morning Catholic must-reads: 04/06/12

Priests at the closing Mass of the Seventh World Meeting of Families (AP)

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Peering down a microscope can bring us closer to God

A sample about to be loaded on to a helium ion microscope in Dublin (one of only ten in the world) (Photo: PA)

Science can lead to wonder in the way it reveals the beauty and harmony of creation