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Print Edition 29.11.13

In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald there is full coverage of the Pope’s first apostolic exhortation; Joseph Seferta says Christianity is draining away across the Middle East; Mary Wakefield on Syria; Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith interviews Terry Sanderson, the president of the National Secular Society; Quentin Falk reviews Saving Mr Banks; and there is a free Advent Magazine featuring articles by Fr James Bradley, Melanie McDonagh and Fr Rupert McHardy.

Print Edition 22.11.13

In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Jonathan Aitken tells John Hinton about his new biography of Margaret Thatcher and his debt to Irish nuns; Dame Judi Dench explains why her latest film, Philomena, is not an anti-Catholic polemic; Kevin Meagher on faith schools; Emily Mayhew tells the story of the the heroic First World War chaplains; Andrew M Brown reflects on the Year of Faith; and David V Barrett reviews Tate Britain’s Art Under Attack exhibition.

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Print Edition 15.11.13

In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Bishop Philip Egan explains how Portsmouth will recover after BAE job losses in the city; Tim Stanley on New Jersey governor, and possible presidential candidate, Chris Christie; Mary Forster on CS Lewis; Seinfeld writer Tom Leopold tells Mary O’Regan about his amazing conversion; Daniel Brennan argues that the assisted dying bill is riddled with benign euphemisms; Quentin Falk reviews Ridley Scott and Cormac McCarthy’s The Counsellor; and to mark the relaunch of the Vatican’s Latin language journal, Latinitas, there is a front page report in the ancient language (translation also provided!)

Print Edition 8.11.13

In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Daniel Hannan explains why anti-Catholicism is dying out in England; Laura Keynes survives a visit to an ‘atheist church’; Jenny McCartney on payday lenders; Melanie McDonagh explores the complexities of mass migration; In an extract from his new book, Christopher Howse celebrates the feast of St Thecla in Tarragona; and Patrick Reyntiens reviews the new Francis Bacon and Henry Moore exhibition at the Ashmolean.

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Print Edition 1.10.13

In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Lord Guthrie says modern military leaders ignore the insights of Augustine at their peril; Conrad Black argues that Pope Francis is the scourge of the middlebrow Left; Megan Hodder interviews Kevin Coogan, leader of a new L’Arche community; Mary O’Regan pays tribute to the extraordinary life of the late Mother Antonia Brenner; Bishop Patrick Lynch puts forward the case for a compassionate immigration policy; Laura Perrins on weird dogmas of the BBC; and Harry Johnstone reviews the Vatican’s contribution to the Venice Biennale.

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Print Edition 25.10.13

In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald John MacLeod interviews Archbishop Leo Cushley; Fr Mark Drew says Pope Francis’s first six months in office have amazed Orthodox leaders; Sebastian Morello’s tells his startling conversion story; Fr John Kearns CP profiles the ‘saint’ attacked on England’s streets; Will Gore reviews the London Film Festival; and Harry Mount on the decline of Greece.

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Print Edition 18.10.13

In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Julie Etchingham on the Sisters who are taking on the traffickers; Melanie McDonagh asks whether Catholics must back mass immigration; Paul Johnson says CS Lewis was Britain’s St Augustine; Edward Pentin explains how to visit Rome in the austerity era; Jonathan Luxmoore discusses why churches in Russia won’t speak out over a wave of brutal attacks on gay people in the country; and John Hinton reviews a new book on JD Salinger.

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Print Edition 11.10.13

In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Fr Julian Large says Pope Francis should not be defined the media; Lucetta Scaraffia tells Edward Pentin that women should run the Curia; Simon Caldwell reports on the Tyburn Nuns’ return to their homeland; Madeleine Teahan meets Andrew Copson of the British Humanist Association for the latest interview in the Herald’s Critics of the Church series; and there’s full coverage of Pope Francis’s visit to Assisi.

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Print Edition 4.10.13

In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald John Allen says that no one wants to admit there is a global war on Christians; Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith asks whether the Pope will introduce female cardinals; Megan Hodder interviews Eleanor Stewart about religious life in the 1960s; Fr Kevin Cusick on his experience of serving in field hospitals in Afghanistan and Iraq; and Melanie McDonagh discusses the Church’s ‘quiet war on poverty’.

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Print Edition 27.9.13

In this week’s print edition of the Catholic Herald former Labour spin doctor Damian McBride talks about his controversial political memoirs; Cristina Odone argues Pope Francis has tamed the wolves of Fleet Street; Joseph Pearce reveals how Catholicism saved him from a life of hatred in the National Front; Miguel Cullen interviews artist Michael Landy; Jonathan Luxmoore reports on how Oxford’s Catholic martyrs are finally being recognised; Will Gore reviews Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine; and Freddy Gray on the style and substance of Pope Francis.

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