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Miguel Cullen

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September 24, 2015
A tour of the capital’s Catholic churches from an art-historical viewpoint is well worth the Tube fare
July 09, 2015
Reports that Francis planned to 'do cocaine' in South America were outrageously misleading
October 29, 2013
Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi quotes lyrics of 'Perfect Day' in memory of the Velvet Underground singer
September 12, 2013
Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor reveals Pope was keen to “assert his respect for the Queen”
July 29, 2013
Pilgrims descended on Copacabana Beach to hear the Pope urge them to reach out to those on "the fringes of society"
July 28, 2013
Miguel Cullen writes about his Saturday night spent on Copacabana Beach.
July 28, 2013
Despite the political protests in Rio one cannot escape the atmosphere of joy and holiness
July 26, 2013
Miguel Cullen has just arrived in Rio and writes about his first impressions of World Youth Day 2013
November 22, 2012
Miguel Cullen talks to Sally Read, a convert whose acclaimed poetry draws on her experiences as a psychiatric nurse in London
March 22, 2012
Commuters stuck on the London Underground now have a chance to meditate on the Passion
February 20, 2012
Staff at the CAFOD-run clinic have harrowing tales, including one woman who was forced to flee aged only 10
February 10, 2012
But a Jesuit university is trying to help Salvadorans come to terms with their past
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