In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Fr David Forrester discusses the future for seminarians in Britain; historian Leanda de Lisle says Catholics have much to be proud of in the modern age; Fr Julian Large says Fr Faber could one day be blessed; Ann Widdecombe reviews a new book that asks if we are living under a liberal dictatorship; friends and colleagues pay tribute to the late Catholic journalist and press secretary, Peter Jennings; Mark Greaves on slavery in Leighton Buzzard; and Peter D Williams says we shouldn’t shut the door on Jehovah’s Witnesses.
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