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Despite reports of violence, I feel totally safe walking around Mexico

A statue of Jesus is seen in the Church of St. Andrew in Cholula, in the Mexican state of Puebla CNS phot o/Greg Tarczynski

Some 50,000 people have been killed in the war on drugs, and yet the country will survive this calamity as it has survived others

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Cardinal William Levada (AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis)

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Is the ‘anthropogenic global warming’ consensus on the point of collapse? If so, this is just the right time for Chris Huhne to leave the Government

Nuns build a snowman in St Peter's Square. Some scientists have suggested that the cold snap is caused by global warming (Photo: PA)

At the very least, let’s hear no more about this theory being ‘incontrovertible’

Smacking laws are unworkable products of Left-wing middle class diktat

David Lammy: working-class parents feel powerless to discipline their children Photo: Johnny Green/PA

Smacking is not abuse and parents should not be penalised for it

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Benedict XVI delivers his Angelus address yesterday (AP)

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Mexican carpenter José Ernesto Fernandez works on a chair to be used by Benedict XVI during his visit to León in March (CNS photo/Mario Armas, Reuters)

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Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)

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Benedict XVI at this morning's audience (AP)

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Dawkins predicts religion’s early death: the Pope warns that ‘in vast areas of the world the faith is in danger of being snuffed out’. But they are saying very different things

Benedict XVI leaves vespers at St Paul Outside the Walls last week (Photo: CNS)

The Holy Father is leading a renewal of the faith, not predicting its demise

Regrets? Some of those onboard Costa Concordia may have a few. Then again, so should we all

Edith Piaf pictured on a US stamp (AP Photo/USPA)

No one in their right mind – certainly no Christian – can sing ‘Non, je ne regrette rien’ and really believe that it’s true