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Has City dominance of the British economy gone too far?  Carl Court/PA Wire

Greed at the top

Ed West applauds Ferdinand Mount for taking on the sharp divide between rich and poor in Britain

Rupert Murdoch takes a stroll in Sun Valley, Idaho (AP Photo)

The Dirty Digger’s religious odyssey

Jill, Duchess of Hamilton, says that Rupert Murdoch is fond of the Catholic Church but cannot escape his rebellious Wee Free heritage

Vladimir reportedly took part in human sacrifices before his conversion

St Vladimir (July 15) was transformed from a promiscuous thug into an outstanding moral exemplar

July 13 2012

Print edition 13.07.12

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Daily readings: July 15 – 21

Scripture readings in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms

Jesus and the Apostles are depicted in a mural in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington (CNS)

Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Amos 7:12-15; Ps 85; Eph 1:3-1, or 1:3-10; Mk 6:7-13

Catherine Wiley with Cardinal Séan O’Malley of Boston, who has invited the Catholic Grandparents Association to set up a branch in his diocese

Rory Fitzgerald talks to Catherine Wiley, the entrepreneur who is inspiring the faithful to pass Catholicism on to their grandchildren

The Royal Courts of Justice, where the Court of Appeal sits (Photo: PA)

Diocese says it is considering an appeal to the Supreme Court

Brentwood Cathedral, dedicated in 1991 (Photo: Dr Simon Johnson)

‘Massive explosion’ alarmed worshippers at Mass on Sunday

A man is exasperated by the rain in Dublin (Photo: PA)

Bishop of Ferns said many parishes have received requests for prayers for fine weather