In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Simon Caldwell explains why a free press is vital for Catholicism. Quentin de la Bedoyere explores the dark soul of 007. Madeleine Teahan interviews Sister Mary, the missionary who bankers seek out for lessons in leadership. James Harrington on how his eight-year-old upset internet atheists. Jonathan Wright argues that Cardinal Richelieu was no evil genius, despite what the new BBC adaptation would have us believe. And Will Gore reviews Inside Llewyn Davis and says the Oscars were wrong to snub the Coen brothers.
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