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The Royal Navy's 16,000 ton Trident-class nuclear submarine Vanguard (PA)

The bishops suggested the $272 billion cost of replacing the aging arsenal of nuclear weapons could not be morally justified

An activist holds a medical kit which can be used for euthanasia (PA)

St Augustine rest home was fined €6,000 after it stopped doctors from giving a lethal injection to a 74-year-old woman

Young anti-Brexit protesters demonstrate at the gates of Downing Street in central London after the UK voted to leave the European Union. (PA)

Have you ever looked at a newsstand and all the headlines objectively and wondered what kind of a society we have become?

Supporters hold signs during a rainswept pro-EU rally in London's Trafalgar Square (AP)

Alarmist ravings about the secession of Scotland and Northern Ireland are bunk; the real casualty is the Brussels tyranny

People leave a polling station on June 23 (PA)

St John Paul II once pleaded with the EU to recognise its Christian traditions, but unfortunately his appeal fell on deaf ears

Pro-European protesters demonstrate outside Downing Street after the referendum (AP)

Dream of European unity must not be ‘buried by self-serving gravediggers’, says Austrian bishop

The Brexit debate is not about arguments or statistics, but something more visceral: our destiny as an island people (PA)

Again and again over the last century, the Establishment has been wrong. And it is wrong again today

Jean Dasilva sits next to a makeshift memorial for the victims of Sunday's mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub as he mourns the loss of his friend Javier Jorge-Reyes  (AP)

Bishop John Noonan led an interfaith prayer service attended by 700 people after the Pulse nightclub massacre

Take a look inside this week's Catholic Herald

Take a look inside this week’s Catholic Herald

A visible faith: last Sunday’s Corpus Christi procession through central London (Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

How Catholics can reclaim Britain

Non-believers long for a spiritual truth which only the Church can provide. But to win souls we must focus on God and charity, not political arguments