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‘Top Muslim scholars’ seem to be telling us that dialogue with them is a waste of time

Sheik Ahmad Mohamed el-Tayeb, president of al-Azhar University in Cairo, is flanked by Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, president of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, at a conference in Washington DC (Photo: CNS)

If there are any ‘moderate Muslims’ around, let’s hear from them

Morning Catholic must-reads: 27/01/10

Pope Benedict XVI greets the faithful during yesterday's general audience (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

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The Pope, it seems, has mastered the impenetrable new world of cyberspace

Thank heaven the Pope seems to understand what it's all about

Me? I am still struggling – what on earth is Facebook?

Let’s take courage and hold a March for Life in Britain

Every year about 200,000 pro-lifers march along Constitution Avenue in Washington

Every year, hundreds of thousands of Americans gather in Washington DC on the anniversary of the Roe v Wade ruling. Imagine for a moment a similar event taking place in London

Morning Catholic must-reads: 26/01/11

Pope Benedict XVI, flanked by Mgr Guido Marini, right, arrives at the Basilica of St Paul Outside the Walls yesterday evening (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)

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Morning Catholic must-reads: 25/01/11

Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool, where children will be confirmed before receiving first Holy Communion from 2012 (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

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The Government is wasting its time trying to measure happiness

Greta Garbo as Anna Karenina: Tolstoy's novel illustrates that working at an unsatisfactory marriage is usually better than abandoning it

Teaching ‘well-being’ at school is also hard to justify. Children are better off studying great works of literature

In its cautious way, the ordinariate continues to power ahead

Fr Keith Newton is still very cautious about predicting the size of the ordinariate

By the end of the year, the number of parish groups will be more than double the number predicted

Morning Catholic must-reads: 24/01/11

Pope Benedict XVI meets members of the Roman Rota on Saturday (AP Photo/Osservatore Romano, HO)

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The call for a new Syllabus of Errors, this time on Vatican II, should be heeded

Blessed Pope Pius IX (CNS photo)

Pio Nono’s Syllabus Errorum has had an undeservedly bad press: it is still relevant today