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Debate: Do inter-religious gatherings sow confusion among the faithful?

Representatives of 12 religions pray together during the World Day of Prayer for Peace, hosted by Pope John Paul II in Assisi (Photo: AP)

Or is it worth running the risk in order to unite the world’s religions in the cause of peace?

If you really think you’re more Catholic than the pope, you’re on your way to the funny farm

John Paul II prays at Santa Maria degli Angeli in Assisi with representatives of 12 world religions (AP Photo)

The interfaith pilgrimage to Assisi doesn’t compromise a single Catholic belief

Andrew Burnham interview: Full transcript

Andrew Burnham at the launch of his book Photo: James Bradley

Days before his ordination to the Catholic priesthood, former Anglican bishop talks candidly about his path to the ordinaritate

Morning Catholic must-reads: 13/01/11

A postcard of John Paul II is displayed at a shop in Rome near the Vatican (CNS)

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Some senior Anglicans wish they could strangle the ordinariate at birth

Fr Marcus Stock, general secretary of the Catholic bishops' conference, says that the ordinariate will need a 'principal church' where the ordinary is based (Photo: Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

But they cannot: this is an idea whose time has come

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 12/01/11

Benedict XVI speaks during this morning's general audience

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Morning Catholic must-reads: 11/01/11

Pope Benedict XVI delivers his annual 'state of the world' address to diplomats yesterday (AP Photo/Alessia Pierdomenico, Pool)

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You cannot be true to Church teachings and hope to be ‘respectable’

The late Cardinal Hume was presented with the Order of Merit by the Queen (Photo: PA)

Cardinal Hume was wrong to seek respectability within the English Establishment

The 400th anniversary of the King James Bible exposes the banality of the version we are stuck with

A first edition of the King James Bible (AP Photo/Chris Gardner)

Do we really have to continue reading the tone-deaf, flat-footed Jerusalem Bible at Mass?

Morning Catholic must-reads: 10/01/11

Benedict XVI baptises a baby in the Sistine Chapel on Sunday (AP Photo/Osservatore Romano)

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