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If you really care about the planet, clean up your neighbourhood first

The pile of rubbish covering Britain represents a real moral failure

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 28/03/12

Pilgrims wait for the start of Mass in central Havana (AP)

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Here we go again. The Pope has used a stick in public, so speculation about his retirement has started up. But it’s quite simple: popes don’t retire

As Pope John Paul said, there’s no place for a Pope emeritus

The Shroud of Turin – why I believe

The Holy Shroud, a 14 foot-long linen revered by some as the burial cloth of Jesus, is shown at the Cathedral of Turin Photo: AP Photo/Antonio Calanni,

The Church has always maintained a neutral stance on its authenticity but the faithful are free to believe

Morning Catholic must-reads: 27/03/12

The Pope arrives to celebrate Mass in Revolution Square, Santiago de Cuba

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Did Archbishop Conti criticise Archbishop Nichols for denying that Christians are being persecuted? Maybe, maybe not: but he certainly disagrees with him

Archbishop Nichols (Photo: Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Our bishops should make it clearer that they are not trying to disassociate themselves from the Magisterium

There is nothing more noble than giving alms to save life

Help a very special pro-life charity this week

Morning Catholic must-reads: 26/03/12

Crowds surround the Pope as he arrives to celebrate Mass in Silao (CNS)

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The television programme Titanic was a terrible slur against the British upper classes

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Last night’s television drama portrayed the Edwardians in a totally false light

Cameron supports same-sex marriage and opposes our right to wear the cross. Is this ‘the most aggressively atheistic government in our history’?

David Cameron and Benedict XVI:  was the Prime Minister listening? (AP)

If the Prime Minister doesn’t want this perception to take hold, he had better start listening