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Morning Catholic must-reads: 03/01/12

A boy and girl pray at a Catholic church in Havana (CNS)

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A small victory for campaigners: Tesco says it won’t sponsor London’s gay pride march next year

Tesco seems to have listened to its customers (Photo: PA)

The company has apologised for creating ‘misunderstanding and mistrust’ and will change its policy in 2013. That is good enough for me

Paul VI’s superb, beautiful theology remains as powerful as ever

Pope Paul VI, with the future John Paul II  CNS Photos

The pope of my youth’s writing continues to resonate, with a faith as fresh as the day he penned them

Morning Catholic must-reads: 02/01/12

Pope Benedict delivers the Angelus address at the Vatican yesterday (AP)

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Morning Catholic must-reads: 23/12/12

Pictures of murdered Iraqi Christians are displayed outside Our Lady of Salvation church in Baghdad (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)

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The late Roman Empire was not the twilight of popular myth

Far from being chaotic, Late Antiquity was stable and confident right up until the late 5th century

Morning Catholic must-reads: 22/12/11

Latin Patriarch Fouad Twal of Jerusalem (AP)

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Christians who are tired of being pushed around in Britain could learn from straight-talking Americans

The White House Christmas tree, which this year is called a 'Holiday Tree' (Photo: PA)

And does Cameron really mean what he says about standing up for Christian values?

Morning Catholic must-reads: 21/12/11

Bishop Bernard Fellay with newly ordained SSPX priests in 2009 (AP)

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Christianity did not begin with a ‘human sacrifice’

One of Christopher Hitchens’s best quoted passages suggests that, though a brilliant orator, he misunderstood Christian theology