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Morning Catholic must-reads: 07/11/11

Benedict XVI is pictured during yesterday's Angelus (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)

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

How great tragedy inspires great art

Alice Thomas Ellis’s life was overshadowed by tragedy, and so makes great reading in this, the month of death

Morning Catholic must-reads: 04/11/11

Cardinal Seán Brady, Primate of All Ireland (Paul Faith/PA Wire)

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

Modern scientific slaughter is more barbaric than violence by primitive peoples

We are becoming less violent as a species, argues Steven Pinker in his new book, yet that only serves to make the violence of enlightened peoples worse

Morning Catholic must-reads: 03/11/11

Benedict XVI prays at the tomb of Pope John Paul I (CNS photo)

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

Perhaps Hugh Grant will find that perfect love at last

Hugh Grant, a father at 51. Photo: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Now that he’s a father, the heart-throb actor might finally discover what love really is, a love that can never be replaced

Euroscepticism has gone from mad to mainstream. The same thing will happen to ‘climate change’ scepticism

Environmental activists dressed as polar bears Binsar Bakkara/AP/Press Association Images

The history of science is the history of one collapsing consensus after another

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 02/11/11

Pope Benedict waves during this morning's general audience (AP Photo)

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

Let’s end the obsession with women priests: the arguments are outdated and the question resolved long ago

Campaigners for women's ordination in front of St Peter's Basilica in Rome (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

Campaigners such as Baroness Helena Kennedy think priesthood is all about power

Europe’s leaders are acting like the hapless ministers of pre-Revolution France

George Papandreou, the Greek prime minister, has proposed a referendum on the bailout (Photo: PA)

And when the inevitable finally comes, the Greeks who suffer most will be the least guilty