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It’s hardly anti-Semitic to say that Palestinians have been treated unjustly

Bishops at the closing Mass of the Synod at St Peter's Basilica (Photo: CNS)

Middle East bishops had a right to speak up for Palestinians at the Synod

Peter Hitchens defends marriage on the Today programme. Good for him

The Hindu god Krishna depicted with Radha and various court ladies

Pressure is mounting to change the status of civil partnerships to actual marriage

Morning Catholic must-reads: 01/11/10

An Iraqi policeman guards a Christian church in Baghdad

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Archbishop Vincent Nichols (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

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Lapsed Catholics, come back

Lapsed Catholics, come back

Sheila Cassidy’s new book ‘Confessions of a Lapsed Catholic’ points to a faith that has not matured

Debate: Do Catholics have anything to gain from dialogue with Humanists?

The New Humanist magazine called for constructive engagement with Catholics following Benedict XVI's visit to Britain

Is this a magnificent breakthrough or a pathway to compromise on critical issues?

The MacMillan affair flags up a real and present danger to the new Mass translation

The choir sings at the beatification of Cardinal Newman at Cofton Park (PA)

The trendy 1970s reactionaries are still in business

Morning Catholic must-reads: 28/10/10

A tourist visits Antoni Gaudí's Sagrada Familia church in Barcelona (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez, file)

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Pope Benedict XVI is driven through a cheering crowd following his general audience today (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)

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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