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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

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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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Well, I asked the question: and the answer is that the fight to save apostate US Catholic universities is still on. At least their Catholic alumni will go down fighting

The Prince of Wales speaks at Georgetown University (PA)

The Vatican needs to intervene

The irresistible force of modern ‘rights’ meets the immovable object of the Catholic Church

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President Obama’s contraception mandate has opened a new front in the culture war

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Latin Patriarch Fouad Twal of Jerusalem (CNS)

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It is time to reconcile the SSPX with the Holy See

Bishop Bernard Fellay CNS photo/Paul Haring

Bishop Fellay has made courageous steps towards ending the 40-year division

Celebrating the Ascension on a Sunday is a sad sign of creeping secularisation in the Church

The Ascension depicted at St Peter and Paul church in Mauren, Liechtenstein (CNS)

We are witnessing the disappearance of the concept of sacred time