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This week, historian Paul Badde reports on an encounter with the oldest surviving image of Christ; Melanie McDonagh asks if it is possible to be both a Catholic and a feminist; permanent deacon Sean Loone reflects on the meaning of fatherhood; and Stuart Reid says that opposing euthanasia is the easy bit. Damian Thompson, meanwhile, writes about Mapledurham House, Catholic England’s best-kept secret.
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