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This week, we report on America’s first approved visionary; David E Norris marvels at the dazzlingly inventive cribs which are carried through Kraków; Mark Banks argues that Hollywood’s Christians are heading for a breakthrough; and Fr Michael G Murphy explains why many US Catholics thought of Cardinal Newman as a saint long before he was made Blessed. Stuart Reid, meanwhile, considers the morality of Strictly Come Dancing.
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