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Gerard Noel with his wife, Adele, at a reception marking the publication of his 25th book in 2007

He was the only person ever to have edited the publication twice

Pope Francis waves before reciting the Regina Coeli prayer yesterday (AP)

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Edgar Ortega, one of eight converts received into the Church during the Easter Vigil at St Clare of Assisi Mission church in Acworth, Georgia (CNS )

Bogus statistics ‘show’ that most converts drift away. Solid research from the US suggests the opposite

Sister Joyce Schramm, a Sister of the Most Precious Blood, works with Holy Trinity Catholic School kindergarten student Rocio Reyes in St Ann, (CNS photo/Sid Hastings, St. Louis Review)

Of the total 12.4 million Hispanic students, about 8 million are Catholic

The late Antonin Scalia: 'The business of the state is not God's business'

He is hailed as ‘a man of God, a patriot and an unwavering defender of the written Constitution’

Women walk past a statue of Archbishop John Carroll at Georgetown University in Washington DC (CNS)

Archbishop John Carroll had an extraordinary impact on American Catholicism

Cardinal Kasper asked 'what will the future of ecumenism be in the 21st century?' (CNS)

Cardinal Walter Kasper addressed the Ecclesiological Investigations conference on Saturday

Pumpkins are sold at a roadside stall near the Polish capital Warsaw (AP)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 30/10/12

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The Prince of Wales speaks at Georgetown University (PA)