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Debate: Will Cardinal Newman inspire the faithful?

Cardinal Newman, one of the great intellectuals of the Victorian period (CNS photo/courtesy of the Catholic Church of England and Wales)

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Should Catholics vote to leave the EU in a referendum?

The EU functions like a micro-manager (Photo: PA)

I say, let us depart: Brussels is now the capital of a quasi-imperialist hegemony

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A police officer waits outside the offices of the Archdiocese of Mechelen in Mechelen, Belgium, in June (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)

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Whether the Koran is burned or not, Muslims will think the West has it in for them

Pastor Terry Jones of the Dove World Outreach Centre (Photo: AP)

Protests about how much we respect Islam do not seem to do much good

Geoffrey Robertson’s case is based on caricature and ignorance

His talk last night could have been delivered in an academic and reasonable way. Instead it felt like The Pope on Trial: The Musical

Tony Blair ‘could accompany the Pope for part of his trip’

The Tony Blair Faith Foundation has been criticised as a "messianic" project to remould the world's religions  (Photo: PA)

The former PM will meet the Holy Father to discuss interreligious dialogue

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Pope Benedict XVI pictured in the Popemobile in Portugal in May (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)

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Colm Tóibín wants the Church to be beautiful and exotic. But she has to impart truth, too

Pope John Paul II at Czestochowa, Poland, in 1979 (AP Photo/Stf). His message, writes Tóibín, was 'mysterious and charismatic'

Beauty left to itself becomes ugly and malevolent

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Pope Benedict pictured at today's general audience

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Distressed by the atheist onslaught? Get a grip of yourself

Distressed by the atheist onslaught? Get a grip of yourself

This is how things are meant to be: get used to it