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In this week’s issue
Pakistanís hero and martyr
An exchange of hearts
Try a little empathy
Watching the watchdogs
Real God revealed
Journey to manhood in the liminal space
Should he be santo a little less subito?
Night of exultation
By the blood of the lamb
Darkest, meanest mud and muck of things
Through a glass brightly
Churches under-valued or over-estimating themselves?
Francis Davis, guest contributor
Hume knew Alan Hopes would one day be bishop
Fr Mark Woodruff, guest contributor
Anglican patrimony is becoming a reality
Don't get cynical about the impact of campaigns
Geoffrey Chongo, guest contributor
From creation to 're-creation'
The Holy See's pavilion at Venice Biennale
For the first time, the Holy See has entered a pavilion for this year‘s Venice Biennale. Artists were asked to tackle themes from Michelangelo‘s Sistine Chapel ceiling ...
Local authorities 'wary of faith groups but rely on their services'
Report by MPs finds low level of religious literacy among councils
Faith groups only want to engage in social action to push their beliefs on others and their adherents oppose equality - these are some of the assumptions an all-party group of Christian ...
Middle classes dominant in top Catholic schools
The Sutton Trust
A new report by the Sutton Trust has revealed that the hundred top performing Catholic state schools in England and Wales contain just half the average proportion of pupils from ... Tiptoeing towards Scripture
Pope Benedict XVI has exhorted Catholics to become more familiar with their Bibles, in his round-up of the 2008 Synod on the Word of God. At the same time the Bible Society ...