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Priests care for the people, but who cares for priests?

Priests are increasingly isolated and often have no one to whom they can bare their soul (Photo:AP)

Clergy need a forum where they can express their fears and anxieties freely, says Ulick Loring

Morning Catholic must-reads: 09/07/10

Belgian police officers stand outside the residence of the Archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels (CNS)

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Our bishops supported Labour for so long that no one will listen if they criticise the Tories

Bishop Malcolm McMahon, chairman of the Catholic Education Service, co-operated with Schools Secretary Ed Balls over the sex education Bill

In fact, from a Catholic point of view, the coalition is doing rather well

How to kill the myth of Hitler’s Pope

Pius XII during a radio broadcast in 1947 (AP Photo/Luigi Felici)

Harold Bloom said he wanted to bin all the remaining copies of his novel. Perhaps that idea could be taken up elsewhere

Morning Catholic must-reads: 08/07/10

Spanish foreign minister Miguel Angel Moratinos meets Cardinal Jaime Ortega Alamino in Havana

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The lessons of 7/7: Islam, tolerance and American wars

A report issued by the Parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee in May 2006 concluded that the Iraq war had provided a 'focus' for terrorist activity (PA)

Some have been learnt – the idea, for instance, that Britain should have stayed out of Iraq. But others have not

The Belgian Church is at a troubled juncture

Cardinal Danneels is pictured on a magazine cover at the St Rombouts Cathedral in Mechelen (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)

Cardinal Godfried Danneels is questioned for 10 hours as investigators continue on aggressive abuse investigation

Debate: Is Summorum Pontificum a failure?

A traditional Latin Mass at St Patrick's church, New Orleans (CNS photo)

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Dr Jeffrey John is a man of integrity

Dr Jeffrey John was a candidate to become the next Bishop of Southwark (PA photo)

It is a sign of the theological incoherence of Anglicanism that he will not be appointed to Southwark

Morning Catholic must-reads: 07/07/10

Cardinal Godfried Danneels

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