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November 12, 2015
Staff Reporter
A sneak preview of this week's magazine
November 12, 2015
Associated Press
UN officials say at least five people are dead and thousands have fled a camp for displaced people
November 12, 2015
Associated Press
Books by Gianluigi Nuzzi and Emiliano Fittipaldi claim to reveal financial mismanagement by the Vatican hierarchy
November 12, 2015
Jon Anderson
The world’s largest male religious order is suffering an identity crisis and a decline in vocations. Can the first Jesuit pontiff lead it out of the doldrums?
November 12, 2015
Fr Raymond de Souza
Francis has steadily prepared the Church for change. It’s foolish to ignore the signs
November 12, 2015
Tim Stanley
The latest series of The Apprentice is back and it's as brilliantly awful as ever
November 12, 2015
Jonathan Wright
A translation of 'the first true biography of an African woman' challenges lazy assumptions about the continent's culture
November 12, 2015
Simon Caldwell
Patriarch Sako says law shows a 'total disregard' for the values of Iraqi civilisation
November 12, 2015
Associated Press
Fr Fernando Karadima told a court in Santiago he has never abused children
November 12, 2015
David Agren
Papal team are investigating Ciudad Juarez in advance of the Pope's February trip
November 11, 2015
Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith
Catholics are in desperate need of some moral clarity from the Church
November 11, 2015
Catholic News Service
The US archdiocese has had its re-organisation proposals approved by the courts
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