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Morning Catholic must-reads: 19/08/11

Benedict XVI blesses Deacon James Bradley before he sings the Gospel at Mass in Madrid yesterday (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

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When it comes to brotherly love, we’ve got a lot to learn from the Italians

Mayor of Rome, Walter Veltroni (Photo: PA)

Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith on why so little violent crime happens in Italy

WYD 2011: Benedict XVI in Spain: ‘a meek man of mighty action’

WYD 2011: Benedict XVI in Spain: ‘a meek man of mighty action’

Madeleine Teahan describes her experience of Pope Benedict XVI’s first day in Spain

Let’s not get carried away claiming Shakespeare for Catholicism

The current production of All's Well That Ends Well at the Globe. (Photo: Globe)

Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith reviews a superb production of All’s Well That Ends Well, but cautions against extravagant interpretations of Shakespeare

Morning Catholic must-reads: 18/07/11

Young people attend a catechetical session at the Palacio De Deportes yesterday (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

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Why do our Bishops pull out candidates for the priesthood from seminaries which teach the Extraordinary Form? Why are they so intent on defying the Pope?

Photo: CNS

The new vision of liturgical pluralism should now be an integral part of priestly formation

WYD 2011: Madrid will never forget these scenes of devotion

Pilgrims fill Madrid's Plaza de Cibeles for the opening Mass of World Youth Day (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

Catholics young and old dance in the streets ahead of the Pope’s arrival

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 17/08/11

Young pilgrims at the opening Mass of World Youth Day in Madrid's Plaza de Cibeles
(Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

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Morning Catholic must-reads: 16/08/11

World Youth Day pilgrims explore Madrid (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

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

An entry charge at York Minster is needed to maintain such a gigantic building

York Minster is not subsidised by the state

William Oddie claims the Minster was ‘purloined’ at the Reformation. But it belongs now, as always, to the people of England