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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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Print Edition 20.9.13

In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Fr David Forrester discusses the future for seminarians in Britain; historian Leanda de Lisle says Catholics have much to be proud of in the modern age; Fr Julian Large says Fr Faber could one day be blessed; Ann Widdecombe reviews a new book that asks if we are living under a liberal dictatorship; friends and colleagues pay tribute to the late Catholic journalist and press secretary, Peter Jennings; Mark Greaves on slavery in Leighton Buzzard; and Peter D Williams says we shouldn’t shut the door on Jehovah’s Witnesses.

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Print Edition 13.9.13

In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald read our exclusive interview with Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor; RJ Stove reveals the complicated truth of new Australian PM Tony Abbott’s Catholicism; David V Barrett on the cult of death displacing devotion to Our Lady in Mexico; Benedict Rogers says religious intolerance is becoming part of life in Indonesia; and Jonathan Wright reviews a new book on Thomas Aquinas.

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Print edition 06.09.2013

This week Pastor Iuventus ponders demonic possession; Peter Smith describes 10 ways you can transform secular culture; Mary O’Regan meets a man whose life changed when nuns taught him meditation in prison; Jonathan Luxmoore talks to Catholics in Greece struggling with an ecumenical as well as an economic crisis; Leanda de Lisle remembers an outrageously good-looking Welshman who fell for a Queen, spawned a dynasty and then lost his head; and Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith laments the departure of Lord Sacks as Chief Rabbi.

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Print Edition 30.8.13

In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Fr Mark Drew explains why Pope Francis wants us to turn to Mary; Stuart Reid says Catholics will love Breaking Bad; Rory Fitzgerald argues that Ireland is becoming a tough place to be a Catholic; Tim Stanley on God and suffering; RJ Stove says church music is improving; Sarah Mac Donald interviews Irish missionary Sister Patricia Murray; and Miguel Cullen reviews an exhibition of photography by Francis Goodman at the National Portrait Gallery.

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