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St Antony of the Caves and St Theodosius of Kiev

St Theodosius of Kiev (May 3) demanded a warm and charitable devotion

Daily readings: May 5-11

Scripture readings in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms

Sixth Sunday of Easter, Acts 15:1-2, 22-29; Ps 67; Rev 21:10-14, 22-23; Jn 14:23-29 (Year C)

‘Our understanding of depression can be more complete if we draw on insights from medicine and psychology, on the one hand, and our Catholic tradition on the other’

An American psychiatrist explains what inspired him to write a guide to the condition specifically for members of the Church

Pope Francis greets crowd in St Peter's Square (CNS)

Pope marks Feast of St Joseph the Worker with plea for solidarity with jobless

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Print Edition 3.5.13

This week’s issue of The Catholic Herald features psychiatrist Aaron Kheriaty explains how Catholics can conquer depression; Ed West meets the Welsh geneticist seeking to ‘retell the Bible as science’; John Hinton on Benedict XVI’s love of comic creation Don Camillo; Melanie McDonagh assesses Honest to God by then Bishop of Woolwich, John Robinson, 50 […]

Pope Francis greets Israeli President Shimon Peres  at the Vatican  (Photo: CNS)

Pontiff ‘would be happy to visit Holy Land,’ says Vatican

Pope Francis greets the crowd in St Peter's Square (Photo: CNS)

Pope delivers homily at Mass attended by Vatican workers

People view relics of the martyrs in the Cathedral of Otranto (Photo: CNS)

Pope’s first canonisation will recognise Blessed Antonio Primaldo and the townsfolk of Otranto

The tomb of St Thomas More is seen in the crypt of the St Peter ad Vincula chapel in the Tower of London (Photo: CNS photo/Marcin Mazur)

When Nancy Bilyeau began writing an historical thriller she got up close to the horror of the Reformation