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Today’s Catholic must-reads: 14/03/12

Benedict XVI arrives for this morning's general audience (AP)

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

The term ‘feminism’ has too much baggage for pro-lifers to reclaim it as their own

We need an inventive genius to think of a new one

The ‘war on drugs’ is the problem, not the solution. It never made sense: now we have the proof

Legalising drugs reduces both crime and addiction

Morning Catholic must-reads: 13/03/12

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

The word curiously absent from the gay marriage debate: children

It is hard to argue the case against gay marriage using the language of metropolitan liberals

With its crusade against crucifixes, our Government is doing a good job of destroying British culture

A schoolgirl in Twickenham waits for the Pope with a crucifix and Vatican flag (PA photo)

What a sad contrast with Italy

Morning Catholic must-reads: 12/03/12

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

Marriage fights poverty far better than government does

The Coalition’s failure to do anything for marriage only shows how little it cares about the poor

Jane Garvey: one BBC presenter who doesn’t push an agenda on the Church

A screenshot from the documentary Catholics. The last episode, Women, will be broadcast tomorrow evening on BBC4

Woman’s Hour this week lets two ‘good cops’ talk about women in the Church

Farewell Norman St John Stevas, staunch champion of the unborn

Lord St John, here in 1971 at a protest against anti-Semitism in Russia PA Archive/Press Association Images

Lord St John of Fawsley was a colourful and charming figure, but also a scholar and a tireless parliamentarian