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Migrants line up as they wait for a food ration distributed by the Banque Alimentaire of Calais at a camp set in northern France (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

The farce at Calais cannot go on. We either enforce the law or change it

Inside this week's Catholic Herald

A preview of this week’s magazine

Bishop Egan (photo courtesy of the Latin Mass Society)

This sort of thing used to happen all the time: are we now to expect a renewal of the Tablet’s old anti-traditionalist hostility?

Yvette Cooper, who ‘doesn’t do God’; and Andy Burnham, ‘at odds with the Church’ [PA]

Why a Catholic will never lead Labour

Once inspired by Methodism and Catholic Social Teaching, the party has now become hostile to the faithful – and things can only get worse

Karol Wojtyła in the 1960s, then Archbishop of Kraków [CNS]

Kraków, the city of the century

The historian’s eye sees here all the principal events of a century of geopolitics

A 19th-century view: the saintly Olaf

Sins of the saints

Augustine was not the only saint to have ‘once been a great sinner’. Beyond the hagiographies many lived lives of great scandal

Sarah Hepola

Blackout, by Sarah Hepola, is frank and shocking, but ends with hope in a higher power

Cardinal Reinhard Marx, president of the German bishops' conference (CNS)

Are we witnessing the beginnings of an international campaign of defiance against the Catholic moral law?

Robert Conquest, left, on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005 in Washington (AP)

Conquest was the man who exposed Soviet Communism for what it was

GK Chesterton was horrified by Nazism

All who love Chesterton should read this scholarly, sympathetic and insightful study.