Take a look inside this week's Catholic Herald

Cardinal George Pell predicts that the robot revolution will transform our society – but don’t panic just yet

Cartoonists can be cheekier than columnists, says Christian Adams – and election season is the perfect opportunity

Watching Muslims observe Ramadan reminds Melanie McDonagh that self-denial is for Catholics, too

In this special issue ahead of the election next week, representatives from all the major parties make their pitch for the Catholic vote. Thérèse Coffey says only Theresa May can tackle the hard issues head-on, while Kevin Meagher argues that Labour is still the natural party for Catholics, and Carol Monaghan responds that these days the SNP is the real opposition. Baroness Smith cites Laudato Si’ in support of the Lib Dems’ internationalist vision, but Jamie Ross McKenzie believes UKIP represent the heart of Catholic social teaching.

Also in this week’s issue…

Dan Hitchens asks if there is a virtuous way to vote

Quentin de la Bédoyère asks if our genes doom us to be prejudiced

James Jeffreys speaks to members of Ethiopia’s tiny Catholic minority

Mary Kenny says Donald Trump may not want to hear the tale of St Melania

Jonathan Wright admires Monteverdi’s musical genius and careerist instincts

Tim Stanley watches an unsettling drama about the British legal system

Charlie Hegarty on the ideas the Nazis borrowed from America

Fr John Zuhlsdorf gives thanks for Pentecost

Plus 12 pages of news and analysis – and much more.

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