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Print Edition 12.7.13

In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Damian Thompson on Pope Francis the reformer; Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin tells Sarah Mac Donald why he has chosen not to defend himself publicly against his critics; Nick Harrop visits a refugee camp in Lebanon; Jonathan Wright looks at the bizarre conspiracy theories inspired by Jesuits; Peter Smith says it doesn’t make sense to allow prisoners the vote; and Rober Tanitch reviews the latest revival of Noël Coward’s Private Lives.

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Print Edition 5.7.13

In this week’s edition of The Catholic Herald Melanie McDonagh argues that we must not let Richard Dawkins win over the next generation; Dennis Sewell says austerity chic is of no use to the poor; in the first of a series of interviews with critics of the Church, Ed West speaks to Stonewall chief executive Ben Summerskill; Jonathan Wright on the Lindisfarne Gospels; and Patrick Reynteins reviews Saints Alive, a new exhibtion of work by Michael Landy at the National Gallery.

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Print Edition 28.6.13

In this week’s edition of The Catholic Herald Jill Hamilton says we must not be afraid to visit Jerusalem; Freddy Gray discusses the Catholic soul of The Sopranos; Piers Paul Read argues that the Chief Rabbi is a modern prophets; Joseph Shaw marks the 25th anniversary of the Écône consecrations; Mary O’Regan interviews American news presenter Raymond Arroyo; and Quentin Falk reviews a new film about the life of Renoir.

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Print Edition 21.6.13

In this week’s edition of The Catholic Herald Simon Caldwell visits a pioneering new drug rehabilitation centre in the Wirral; Francis Phillips meets singer Carmel Silver; Sarah MacDonald asks what the Church can do to combat Ireland’s high suicide rate; Neil Addison explores the plight of a Catholic adoption agency in Glasgow; and Peter Stanford says Ann Widdecombe’s autobiography is full of incident and colour.

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Print Edition 14.6.13

In this week’s edition of The Catholic Herald Alicia von Stamitz interviews American Benedictine nun, Sister Joan Chittister; Laura Keynes, the great-great-great-grandaughter of Charles Darwin explains why atheist triumphalism led her to become a Catholic apologist; Simon Caldwell meets young urban missionaries in Manchester; Melanie McDonagh argues it’s no insult to the poor if Pope Francis takes a holiday at Castel Gandolfo; and Quentin Falk says CGI spoils Superman’s return.

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Print Edition 7.6.13

In this week’s edition of The Catholic Herald Pat McCarthy recounts his overnight stay in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem; Kevin Meagher argues that gay marriage is not a left-wing cause; human rights activist Benedict Rogers explains why he converted to Catholicism; Jessica Abrahams discusses the clash between faith and science with Maurice Crosland; and Matt Fradd argues parents must communicate better to protect their children from the dangers of the internet.

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Print Edition 31.5.13

In this week’s edition of The Catholic Herald Cardinal George Pell talks exclusively about his new role as one of eight senior advisers to the Pope; agnostic Peter Nightingale says the Catholic Church is right to oppose sterilisation; Stuart Reid says we need to calm down about gay marriage; and Anna Arco ponders why atheists love Francis.

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Print Edition 24.5.13

In this week’s edition of The Catholic Herald Mark Greaves interviews Fr Mark Elliott about his ambitious plans for central London’s Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and St Gregory; Megan Hodder writes about her conversion from atheism to Catholicism; Kenneth Francis explains why we shouldn’t trust Dan Brown; Freddy Gray wonders what has happened to British protest; and Jonathan Wright reviews three new books about Pope Francis.

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Print Edition 17.5.13

This week’s edition of The Catholic Herald features an extract from On Heaven and Earth in which the future Pope Francis and Rabbi Abraham Skorka discuss prayer; Paul McGregor meets Fr Ho Lung, the ‘ghetto priest’ who founded the Missionaries of the Poor in Jamaica; Sophie Caldecott hails a new Catholic magazine for women; and Ed West says it’s not un-Christian to be worried about immigration.

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Print edition 10.05.13

This week Mary O’Regan talks to Cardinal Seán O’Malley of Boston about the huge pressure on Ireland to legislate for abortion; Peter Stanford meets Sarah Teather, the Lib Dem MP who rebelled over same-sex marriage; Lord Deben spends Easter at a monastery on top of a mountain; Joanna Bogle argues that a century after Fatima, the Christian faith is flourishing in Russia; and Tim Stanley says Ukip’s election shock reveals the return of a voter once thought extinct: the social conservative.

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