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There are millions starving; GM foods (which the WHO says are harmless) could massively help feed them. The Greens say no: just who do they think they are?

Greenpeace activists protest against genetically modified rice (AP Photo/Mahesh Kumar A.)

‘No effects on human health have been shown as a result of the consumption of such foods by the general population in the countries where they have been approved’

Why give the Sacraments to those who don’t believe?

A conversation with my parish priest reminds me of the difficulties the Church faces with baptisms, weddings and Holy Communion

Fr Christopher Jamison has the gift that all theologians strive for

Fr Jamison, former Abbot of Worth, has 'done a Bonhoeffer' (Photo: Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

His excellent book Finding Sanctuary manages to communicate the riches of Christianity to an audience that knows little about it

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The Pope celebrates Mass in St Peter's Basilica on Pentecost Sunday (AP)

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It’s good to see Ed Miliband talking about his Jewishness

Miliband raps university 'snobbery

The Labour leader’s talk about his faith background contrasts with the emptiness of the Cameron vision

The children of prominent Nazis still struggle with a terrible legacy. If only they had the consolation of Christ’s love

Bettina Goering, left, talks with Shanti Bannwart, whose father was a senior military official in Nazi Germany (PA photo)

None of the interviewees on BBC2′s Hitler’s Children mentioned religious belief at all

On Saturday, 17 deacons will be ordained for the ordinariate — but in Westminster Cathedral and not in their own church. The reason why is a disgrace

The ordinariate's first members are ordained at Westminster Cathedral (Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

Archbishop Nichols is less helpful to the ordinariate than he could be. Why is that?

Why do Italians still have a soft spot for Mussolini?

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The bloodthirsty Fascist dictator is still fondly remembered – especially in the south

Morning Catholic must-reads: 24/05/12

Cardinal Angelo Bagnasco, president of the Italian bishops' conference (CNS)

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Benedict XVI at this morning's general audience (AP)

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