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July 05, 2010
The Catholic Herald
Bishop DiMarzio intervenes in heated debate
July 04, 2010
The Catholic Herald
Theologian says YouTube is 'virtual Areopagus'
July 03, 2010
The Catholic Herald
Benedict XVI discusses plight of Christians
July 02, 2010
Spiritual Life
Priscilla has become something of a feminist theological icon, on the rather slender grounds afforded in Acts 18 and St Paul’s Epistles
July 02, 2010
Spiritual Life
Scripture readings for the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms
July 02, 2010
Staff Reporter
About 35 young Catholics are being trained to generate ‘joyful noise’ on social media sites during the Pope’s visit in September
July 02, 2010
Bishop David McGough
Fourteenth Sunday of the Year: Isa 66:10-14; Gal 6:14-18; Lk 10:1-12 & 17-20
July 02, 2010
The Catholic Herald
Catholic speakers ready for surge in media interest
July 02, 2010
The Catholic Herald
Martyrs were killed during Spanish Civil War
July 02, 2010
Staff Reporter
Archbishop Bernard Longley pictured with Augustinian Friars, from left, Fr Laurence Brassil, Fr Michael Roche, Prior, and Fr George Donaghy, parish priest of St Mary’s Harborne
July 02, 2010
Staff Reporter
Archbishop Nichols is pictured with an extraordinary minister of the Eucharist at a Mass attended by international supporters of the Alpha teaching course
July 02, 2010
Staff Reporter
Natasha King is pictured in an art room at St Joseph’s centre in Hendon
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