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Attacks build up on the ‘Taliban’ and the ‘McCarthyites’ of the Catholic blogosphere

Michael Voris, of RealCatholicTV.com, and Fra Roderic Mary, of AirMaria.com, might be described by the New York Times as 'Catholic Taliban'

But all they want is to get the Church back for the faith

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Cardinal Keith O'Brien (David Cheskin/PA Wire)

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Mel Gibson may be an alcoholic, a sedevacantist and an anti-Semite – but he has my sympathy

Mel Gibson on the set of How I Spent My Summer Vacation (AP Photo/The Brownsville Herald, Yvette Vela)

Hollywood has turned against him: he has been dropped from the cast of Hangover 2

Why Sherlock Holmes played the violin

Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Holmes, Rilke and Mozart help illuminate the unconscious on BBC Radio 4

Our Government will be funding the work in China of the world’s largest abortion provider

A maternity ward in Wuhan, Hubei province, China (Photo: AP)

Is that really what you want your taxes to be spent on?

Morning Catholic must-reads: 25/10/10

Pope Benedict XVI celebrates Mass at the end of the Synod of Bishops for the Middle East on Sunday (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

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Catholic Anglicans: don’t be taken in by this incoherent scheme to undermine the Ordinariate

The Society of St Wilfrid and St Hilda aims to copy the Ordinariate – except it will not be in communion with the pope

The Society of St Wilfrid and St Hilda is not a credible alternative

Debate: Are we better off with a smaller, purer Church?

The shrinkage of the Church into a creative minority may leave churches empty in some countries (Photo: PA)

Or should the Church always have a place for less committed Catholics?

What Peter Robinson wants is a religious scorched earth policy

Educating Catholics and Protestants in separate schools is a 'benign form of apartheid', according to Northern Ireland's First Minister, Peter Robinson (Photo: PA)

The Church is doing better in Ulster against the new secularism than the Protestant churches