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An assisted suicide Bill will be debated in the House of Commons on September 11 (AP)

If assisted suicide is legalised some patients would be regarded as having lives ‘not worth living’

The Pope hugs a Pentecostal pastor at a meting with Evangelical leaders in May [AP]

The Pope’s great Evangelical gamble

Can Francis overcome decades of antagonism between Catholics and Evangelicals?

Former SS officer Oskar Groening sits in a courtroom in Lüneburg, Germany [AP]

People who aren’t brave now can’t condemn those who were cowardly in the war

Pope Francis has embraced the 
‘environmental evangelical strategy’ [AP]

Pope Francis’s pastoral strategy is to join an effort that has been underway for decades in both Orthodoxy and Anglicanism

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Your guide to this week’s issue

Rome’s most famous clerical outfitter displays three sizes of papal cassock (CNS)

Are you more Catholic than Francis?

In the internet age everyone can be their own pope. But asserting one’s own authority to pronounce on authentic Church teaching is a dangerous business

The daughters of Pakistani Christian woman Asia Bibi hold a photo of their mother (CNS)

Pakistan’s blasphemy laws claim jurisdiction over those who are not Muslim, which is simply outrageous

David Cameron delivers a speech at Ninestiles Academy in Birmingham, where he said that new Government legislation will include powers to put non-violent extremists who radicalise young people "out of action" (PA)

We need to fight ISIS with ideas not bombs

Fr Robert Barron

In an interview with the Catholic Herald from 2009, the new auxiliary bishop of Los Angeles says happiness comes from self-giving

A painting of St Philip Neri

The heart of St Philip’s apostolate is beating strong half a millennium after his birth