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The Rosminian order must face up to its past: what happened in Tanzania was a moral catastrophe

One of the men who suffered abuse at one of two Rosminian-run schools in the 1960s (BBC/Blakeway Productions)

Last night’s programme was distressing to watch. The men who suffered abuse, though cruelly treated, have retained their dignity

Morning Catholic must-reads: 21/06/11

Archbishop George Stack blesses the congregation in Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral at yesterday's installation Mass (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

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Why didn’t the Rosminian order tell us the truth about Fr Kit?

Fr Kit Cunningham died last year

The order apparently knew the truth of the allegations at least a year before his death

The day in 1944 that Malta honoured the Virgin Mary

The statue and the altarpiece brought back in procession through Cospicua on November 19, 1944

The return of the statue and painting of the Virgin Mary was celebrated by most of the island’s population

Morning Catholic must-reads: 20/06/11

Pope Benedict XVI arrives to celebrate Mass in Seravalle stadium, San Marino, yesterday (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

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The man who put purgatory on the map

A N Wilson suggests that purgatory only became part of Church doctrine in 1274

Debate: Should the Church end its reliance on the state?

Catholic chaplaincies at prisons including Wormwood Scrubs, above, could be under threat by attempts to create a single 'generic' chaplaincy (Photo: PA)

Or is it still possible to work constructively with a secular Government?

Morning Catholic must-reads: 17/06/11

Cardinal Donald Wuerl delivers his report at the US bishops' spring meeting (CNS photo/Stephen Brashear)

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I agree: the BBC favours ‘the right to die’. But watch out. That’s a phrase with a sinister history

Terry Pratchett stands outside the Houses of Parliament (Lewis Whyld/PA Wire)

The German medical profession accepted ‘assisted dying’ for compassionate reasons in the 1920s. Then came the 1930s

Let’s take a principled stand against the BBC’s euthanasia propaganda

BBC's Television Centre in London (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

The Corporation has betrayed its charter and is no longer worthy of receiving our licence fee