Magazine54321 0 (0 votes)The estimated reading time is 1 minute March 6th, 2020 issue The Catholic Herald March 5, 2020 at 3:22 pm681 Views Comment & Features The Church is at the forefront of the global response to coronavirus – David Paton In coronavirus-hit Macao, we’re in lockdown. But it’s not all gloom – Stephen Morgan Ten countries have no abuse guidelines. Can a task force change that? – The Catholic Herald Diary: Pubs should be dog-friendly – but don’t let it go too far – Melissa Kite Why didn’t Pius call Vatican II? – Fr Raymond de Souza Joe Biden, white privilege and the paradox of wokeness – Matthew Schmitz 4,000 penitents and flowers everywhere: nowhere marks Holy Week like Quito – Tim Wyatt Is this the moment Boris settles down? – Mary Kenny Lenten reflection: Pray, but don’t forget to play – Fr James Jackson FSSP The climate crisis is a chance for evangelisation – Bishop John Arnold Letters: Viktor Orbán’s imperfect Christianity News Analysis Why two cardinals are clashing over the Vatican-China deal – Christopher Altieri Mystery surrounds the Vatican’s new child protection force – Christopher Altieri A chapel unearthed: archaeologists discover a Catholic masterpiece – David Keys What a Bible Belt ‘miracle’ tells us about Trump-era Evangelicalism – Jordan Bloom What Hindu nationalism is doing to India – Henry Smith How young Catholics are defending – and restoring – Chile’s churches – Constance Watson Arts & Books How a once-pious author ended up on the Index – Benjamin Ivry A masterful mystery with a dead llama – Carl Curtis Hitler: bohemian, bore and monster – Allan Massie An evolutionary debate in the age of Pope Leo XIII – Thomas Carr The digital age has sparked anxiety about democracy – Patrick West Life & Soul Any new beginning inevitably involves sacrifice – Bishop David McGough It’s hard to climb the mountain of Lent, but it is worth the effort – Fr John Zuhlsdorf I went to a service of reparation. Every diocese should have one – Fr Dominic Allain How to… give alms Heretic of the week: Dion Fortune – Charles Coulombe This page is available to subscribers. Click here to sign in or get access.