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Morning Catholic must-reads: 24/11/11

According to reports, Mgr Brown will replace Archbishop Giuseppe Leanza, pictured, as the nuncio to Ireland (Niall Carson/PA Wire)

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We must wish the Turks well in their struggle for Islamic democracy

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh with President and Madame Gul Photo: Chris Jackson/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Turkey is a great friend of Britain, but still has its problems. If Prime Minister Erdogan can overcome these he will go down as the greatest Turk since Suleiman the Magnificent

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 23/11/11

Benedict XVI pictured at today's general audience (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

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I have duly boycotted Tesco over ‘Pride Day’; but I have an uneasy feeling that its board are laughing all the way to the Tesco bank

Tesco’s still give over £60m a year to charity: so why don’t they just say so?

A conversation with a Quaker: sacraments, suicide and Dorothy Day

Dorothy Day: a saint for sinners (Photo: CNS)

Was Mother Teresa depressed and did Jesus commit suicide?

Never underestimate the self-giving of the Catholic priesthood

John Vianney: 'The priesthood is the love of the Heart of Jesus' Photo: CNS photo/Crosiers

We easily forget those good priests whose reputations can be permanently tarnished by false accusations

Morning Catholic must-reads: 22/11/11

The controversial Jubilee Church in Rome, designed by leading American architect Richard Meier (CNS photo by Alessia Giuliani, Catholic Press Photo)

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Wind farms, says the Duke of Edinburgh, are ‘absolutely useless and a disgrace’: thank heavens for the Duke, I say

Wind farms are not helping Britain's economy (Maurice McDonald/PA Wire)

All these windmills are a product of irrational global warming panic

The Bishop of London is right about Anglicans using the Roman rite

One cannot be an Anglican and use the Roman Missal – it is one or the other

Morning Catholic must-reads: 21/11/11

The Pope visits the parish of St Rita in Cotonou on the second day of his journey to Benin in West Africa (AP Photo/Sandro Bianchi, pool)

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