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July 16, 2010
July 16, 2010
The victim of his crime, Samantha Geimer, wants the case dropped. To bang him up would be cruel and vengeful
July 16, 2010
He is an excellent choice as prefect of the Congregation for Bishops. But Cardinal Pell would have been better
July 16, 2010
Much of The Catholic Herald’s content – letters, reviews, and extra comment and features – is not available online. This week, Jerry Tavares recalls the day he finally hugged the Pope; Fr Tim Finigan advises men on dressing modestly; and Jack Carrigan reviews two new books on Newman. Plus, Canon J John urges Catholics to
July 16, 2010
Haiti’s faithful are struggling to recover from the quake, says Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow
July 16, 2010
Ed West meets the priest continuing the work of Archbishop Denis Hurley by helping the poor of South Africa
July 16, 2010
Pope Benedict expected to call a consistory
July 16, 2010
Visitors from the 1550s would be baffled by the way Henry VIII’s eldest child is portrayed today
July 16, 2010
Catholic historian criticises banned advert that shows Mary Tudor turning into a zombie
July 16, 2010
Venezuelan president in war of words with Caracas cardinal
July 16, 2010
Pope Benedict XVI made the comment when he placed the pallium over the shoulders of Archbishop Bernard Longley of Birmingham
July 16, 2010
Vatican expert speaks on impact of extremism in the Middle East
July 16, 2010
St John Plessington (July 19), a Catholic priest, was hanged, drawn and quartered in 1679
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