Here is a handy guide to the brilliant articles, arguments and reviews to be found within the covers of this week’s Catholic Herald – the magazine is available to buy from tomorrow.
This week, Kevin Meagher argues that believers are no longer welcome in the Labour Party
Harry Mount hails the soaring splendour of Salisbury Cathedral
Fr Raymond J de Souza reports from Kraków, ‘where the 20th century took place’
Thomas J Craughwell on the saints who sinned
Will Gore watches Al Pacino make the best of Manglehorn
John Hinton reviews former editor of the Today programme, Roger Mosey’s book on life at the BBC
Bishop David McGough on what we can learn from the prophet Elijah
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Madeleine Teahan asks if it is time for the UK pro-life movement to imitate the US?
Will Heaven explains why he’s always wanted to shoot a lion
Fr George William Rutler on Jesus’s ‘breathtaking’ parables
Edmund Adamus praises a weekend course that’s saving Catholic marriages
Mary Kenny remembers the late Cilla Black, 72, who ‘didn’t want to linger’
Alex Jolliffe admires Harry Mount’s Grecian odyssey
Pastor Iuventus climbs church scaffolding to celebrate Mass
Stuart Reid on the moral maze of the Hiroshima bombing
Fr Ronald Rolheiser is torn between the pagan and the divine
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