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Topic: Shakespeare

How we deal with deteriorating health is a matter of faith

Professor Hans Kung has written he is ‘considering suicide.’ If he goes through with it, it would be a final step in a life full of small steps away from the Church

Does the reputation of Richard III deserve rehabilitation?

The Catholic culture of the time may have persuaded Richard that the Princes in the Tower needed to ‘disappear’

We can’t give children enough of Shakespeare

It’s not wrong to make children learn more of the bard

It’s not just Jim Carrey – many of us have had enough of screen violence

Television and film violence has become too graphic, too pornographic and too boring

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Anonymous should be ignored by all Shakespeare lovers

Conspiracies about the authorship of Shakespeare have fascinated for decades, but ultimately ‘only foolish snobs don’t believe in Shakespeare’

Let’s not get carried away claiming Shakespeare for Catholicism

Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith reviews a superb production of All’s Well That Ends Well, but cautions against extravagant interpretations of Shakespeare

Cor ad cor loquitur: what does the papal visit motto really mean?

It’s time to end the dispute over the meaning of Cardinal Newman’s tag