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This week, Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith recalls the Catholic heroes of 9/11; historian Felipe Fernández-Armesto explains why he finds Catholicism so liberating; Simon Sebag Montefiore says that writing a biography of Jerusalem almost killed him; and Douglas Murray argues that, after Regensburg, no one dares speak out for persecuted Christians. Fr Tim Gardner, meanwhile, offers some lively recipes to spice up meatless Fridays.
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