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What does the Church teach about dialogue with Islam?

Benedict XVI visits the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey (CNS photo/Patrick Hertzog, Pool via Reuters)

The documents of Vatican II did address Islam in passing, though they seem a little optimistic now

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 26/04/11

A statue of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha stands in the grounds of the shrine dedicated to the Native American convert to Catholicism  (CNS photo/Nancy Wiechec)

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A plea to Archbishop-designate Stack: tell the people of Cardiff that you believe in Our Lady’s intercession

Archbishop-designate George Stack caused controversy by appearing to cast doubt over the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Photo: PA)

It’s urgent that he explains his speech to the General Synod

How was your Easter?

How was your Easter?

Easter on the island of Malta is filled with colourful processions and feasting

There is no room for anti-Semitism in the Church

A Passion play in Panama (Press Association Images)

What does the cry of the people baying for blood during Christ’s Passion really mean?

Where will you have us prepare for you to eat the Passover?

Photo: Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham

Fr Andrew Burnham preaches at reception of the Oxford Ordinariate group as the personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham continues to grow

Debate: Is it a sin to destroy a blasphemous artwork?

"Immersion - P--- Christ", a 1987 photograph by American artist Andres Serrano, pictured after it was attacked on Sunday (AP Photo/Claude Paris)

Or can it sometimes be morally legitimate to demolish objects that appear to mock Christianity?

Why Catholics care about the Cross

Guido Reni's Crucifixion in San Lorenzo in Lucina, Rome

It tells us a simple fact: that God loves us, all of us, and died for us

Morning Catholic must-reads: 21/04/11

Pope Benedict XVI blesses the faithful as he arrives for the general audience (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

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Wearing the burqa in our streets is a hostile act: the French are right to ban it

A woman wearing a burqa walks past St Silas the Martyr Anglo-Catholic church in Kentish Town, London (Anthony Devlin/PA)

Our refusal to do the same has nothing to do with toleration: we just don’t have the political courage