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June 11, 2010
The Catholic Herald
Staff and students from the Hexham and Newcastle diocese Catholic Partnership South toured Westminster and heard Archbishop Tutu give a lecture
June 11, 2010
The Catholic Herald
The archbishops of both Westminster and Birmingham used the occasion of their homilies on the Feast of St Philip Neri, Wednesday May 26, to compare the characteristics of St Philip and Cardinal Newman, writes Peter Jennings
June 11, 2010
Patrick West
... it just extends the old one, says Patrick West, who looks at Christianity's influence on the game ahead of the World Cup
June 11, 2010
The Catholic Herald
Sister Janet Fearns surveys the history of the Sacred Heart
June 11, 2010
Anna Arco
The new Archbishop of Southwark talks to Anna Arco about secularism, assisted suicide and returning to his home diocese
June 11, 2010
Staff Reporter
Pontiff preaches message of reconciliation as tensions in eastern Mediterranean escalate
June 11, 2010
Jonathan Luxmoore
A martyred Polish priest was praised for standing against the oppressive forces of Communism when he defended human rights in his sermons during a beatification Mass
June 11, 2010
David V Barrett
David Cameron appoints former governor of Hong Kong to key role ahead of Pope's visit
June 11, 2010
Simon Caldwell
The murder of 12 people by a lone gunman in the Lake District was a 'senseless act of evil,' a Catholic bishop has said
June 11, 2010
Ed West
The plight of Christians in the Middle East is threatened by an "extremist current" of "political Islam" and is being ignored by the world, the Pope has said ahead of a new Vatican report
May 07, 2010
Fr Aidan Nichols
Author Moyra Doorly and theologian Fr Aidan Nichols continue to discuss the legacy of Vatican II. This week, they debate ecumenism
May 07, 2010
The Catholic Herald
Much of The Catholic Herald’s content – letters, reviews, and extra comment and features – is not available online. This week, Patrick Reyntiens is inspired by medieval treasures at Lambeth Palace; Hugh David wonders whether middle-class values are drawing people away from the faith; and Jack Carrigan suggests that Christopher Hitchens is more generous-hearted than
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