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Campaigns around the world pose new dangers to the unborn, says Dennis Sewell

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Fr Raymond de Souza on the letter that changed modern Catholic history

Robert Harris, the author of Conclave, tells Alexander Lucie-Smith why atheism is ‘boring’

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Do liturgists have a sense of humour? asks Madeleine Teahan

Support for grammar schools is not only sensible, it is scriptural, says Ann Widdecombe

How the Poor Clares are getting to grips with the 21st century, by Constance Watson

Peter Quantrill meets the Christian violinist coming back from a career-threatening injury

Mary Kenny thinks nosy busybodies can make good neighbours

Why Ralph Townsend, Winchester College’s first Catholic headmaster, felt at home

If you must read a book about the Reformation, read this one, says Michael Duggan

Jenny McCartney says too much web exposure can kill you

Even the words of Scripture are not the reality of God, says Fr Ronald Rolheiser

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