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Catholics could be branded “extremists” under the British government’s sweeping new counter-terror strategy, says Dennis Sewell
Mgr Keith Barltrop offers a way forward for gay Catholics
Jonathan Wright on Anthony Burgess, lapsed Catholic bore
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Nick Hallett asks if five-minute sermons can fill empty pews
Colin Brazier is thrown off his horse
Fr Raymond de Souza urges the Australian Church must hold its nerve
Greg Watts asks why we care so little for seafarers
Ireland is booming, says William Cash, so why does it fill me with despair?
Mary Kenny is cheered up by good-looking royals
Simon Caldwell meets one of Germany’s most hated women
Francis Phillips reviews Cardinal Sarah’s The Power of Silence
Pastor Iuventus visits a school churning out vocations
Piers Paul Read says Tom Stoppard was an ideal flatmate
Fr Ronald Rolheiser on what those who visit prostitutes are really seeking
Plus 12 pages of news and analysis and much more.
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