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Paolo Gabriele is seated on the right in a grey suit (Photo: CNS)

During trial Paolo Gabriele says he was innocent of theft but felt guilty for betraying the Holy Father

The Italian man, who has been on the dome since yesterday afternoon, is protesting against Mario Monti, the EU and the economic crisis

Tintoretto’s painting of the ascetic and acerbic St Jerome

St Jerome (September 30) had a penchant for sarcasm that created enemies

September 28 2012

Print edition 28.09.12

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Daily readings: September 30 – October 6

Scripture readings in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms

Twenty-sixth Sunday of the Year: Nb 11:25-29; Ps 19; Jm 5:1-6; Mk 9:38-43, 45, 47-48

Archbishop Shevchuk (Photo: CNS)

Archbishop says Church needs courage to challenge society’s lack of ‘moral GPS’

The courtroom in which former papal butler Paolo Gabriele will stand trial (Photo: CNS)

Judge says the criminal trial, which begins at the Vatican tomorrow, is ‘extremely’ rare

Bishop Egan waves to his fellow bishops after the ordination Mass (Photo: CNS)

Bishop Philip Egan says people in Britain are ‘sorely in need of new hope’

Archbishop Robert Zollitsch of Freiburg

Archbishop says people who stop paying Church tax should not continue to receive sacraments