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Topic: William Oddie

The abuse survivor who reminds me that we are supposed to be a light to the world

Dawn Eden, an American survivor of sexual abuse brings hope to others

We need ARCIC III to guide us along the difficult path to unity

Ecumenism is part of the very DNA of the Church

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 20/07/11

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

Clerical child abuse still needs to be addressed: but it is now much more a question for society at large

The trouble with scapegoats is that they deflect attention from the real problem

Obama’s speech in Westminster Hall was heavy: but his big speech in Ireland was simply fraudulent

Obama’s crude bid for the Irish American vote deserves to fail

Nobody has any right to know about the sex lives of footballers and incompetent bankers

But such is the obsession with these things that only 1 in 5 agree

Archbishop Martin says Irish-American sentimentalism is incomprehensible: but it’s dangerous too

It hasn’t just been about singing ‘Danny Boy’: in Ulster it’s meant death and destruction

Actually to publish the mistranslated Italian version of Youcat was unpardonably sloppy and amateurish

Why, by now, haven’t we learned the huge importance of accurate translation?

Should there be a Guild of Catholic Bloggers? And would it be dominated by ‘Taliban Catholics’?

Yes, there should: but let’s knock this ‘Taliban’ stuff on the head

How the Ordinariate could influence liturgical developments in the Catholic mainstream

Traditional liturgical language will be part of the Anglican patrimony; and one day, we might be able to use it, too