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Graffiti in Beirut: anti-Semitism is rising not only in the Muslim world but also in Europe (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)

Anti-Semitism is still rife in society – some of it carefully concealed. Catholics must help to fight it

'Labour MPs are saying things that ought to embarrass moderately sophisticated sixth formers' (Photo: PA)

Labour must have nothing to do with anti-Semites if it wants to be seen as a party of government

Shahbaz Bhatti, a defender of Pakistan's Christian minority, was shot dead on March 2 2011 (CNS)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 02/03/16

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Young Jewish refugees from Germany arrive at Parkeston Quay, Harwich, in 1939 (PA)

Wartime refugees had a high regard for Britain’s values. But we hardly know what those values are any more

In 2011, an inscription reading 'They were Flammable' and a Nazi swastika are seen on the monument dedicated to Jews in Jedwabne killed by their Polish neighbours in 1941 (AP)

Remembering the heroic Poles who saved Jewish lives, should not blind us to an ugly strain within Polish history

Pope Francis welcomed over a hundred leaders of the World Jewish Congress (PA)

Pope Francis made the remarks in a private meeting with the World Jewish Congress

Blessed Clemens August von Galen: the strongest episcopal critic of the Nazis

A disturbing book investigates why Catholic priests served in the Wehrmacht

Jeremy Corbyn, now odds-on favourite to become next Labour leader (Danny Lawson/PA Wire)

The Labour leader may not be anti-Semite, but he needs to answer questions about his connections

GK Chesterton is discussed in Edward Short's new book (AP)

All who love Chesterton should read this scholarly, sympathetic and insightful study.

Pope Francis and Chief Rabbi Goldschmidt (L'Osservatore Romano)

Pope Francis met a 30-member delegation from the Conference of European Rabbis at the Vatican