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A painting by Mexican artist Martha Orozco featuring six priests canonised by Pope John Paul II in 2000

As the sacrifice of the Mexican martyrs shows, anti-Catholicism will always rebound on itself

Pope Francis greets Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos during the canonisation Mass on Sunday (Photo: CNS)

First Colombian saint and more than 800 Italian martyrs recognised by Pope Francis

Cardinal Glemp's funeral Mass takes place in Warsaw cathedral (AP)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 29/01/13

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Benedict XVI says his trip to Mexico and Cuba was an unforgettable experience

The Pope wears a sombrero as he arrives to celebrate Mass in Silao (CNS)

Benedict XVI tells congregation that ‘human strategies will not suffice to save us’

Pope begins six-day trip to Latin America

Benedict XVI waves as he boards the plane to Mexico (AP)

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Mexicans crowd around a relic and wax effigy of Blessed John Paul II at the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City. Catholicism flourishes in this country  CNS photo/Keith Dannemiller

What we can learn from the Church in Mexico

A shrine to the Virgin of Guadalupe in Tijuana, Mexico Photo: CNS/David Maung

The faith of Mexicans is profoundly moving

The kingdom of saints is real to the people of this country

A statue of Jesus is seen in the Church of St. Andrew in Cholula, in the Mexican state of Puebla CNS phot o/Greg Tarczynski

Some 50,000 people have been killed in the war on drugs, and yet the country will survive this calamity as it has survived others