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This week, Mark Greaves travels to Italy to witness the making of the new Missal; Angelo Stagnaro visits the resting place of Blessed Bartolo Longo, the Satanist on the path to sainthood; artist David Clayton writes about a Catholic college so traditional it even has medieval guilds; and James MacMillan suggests the creation of a new pontifical institute could mark the end of bad church music. Pastor Iuventus, meanwhile, has a visit from Terry Wogan.
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