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Robert Wargas explains how Democrat activists sent a Trojan Horse into the Church

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Halloween high jinks and teenage angst at convent school, says Libby Purves

Andrew Chesnut thinks the Church is seeing a historic shift south away from Rome

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It’s taken me long enough, but Andrew M Brown finally gets Bob Dylan’s greatness

The BBC has a pro-abortion bias, but we can change that, thinks Robin Aitken

Bishop Robert Barron on what Shakespeare teaches us about Christian morality

Mary Kenny thinks it’s time for a debate on ‘mercy killing’ in battle

Luke Coppen meets the man who decided the world needed a new Stabat Mater

Harry Mount on 12,000 years of our evolving British landscape

Pastor Iuventus on medieval Catholic embroidery at the V&A

Will Heaven wonders if he did enough to help a suicidal man

Just feeling noble won’t bring peace into our lives, says Fr Ronald Rolheiser

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