Take a look inside this week's Catholic Herald
Rupert Shortt says there’s only one way to defeat the new “hyper-extremism” threatening Christian minorities around the world.
Fr Raymond de Souza on what Donald Trump and Pope Francis have in common.
Fr Alexander Sherbrooke explains why he carried saints’ bones down Britain’s busiest shopping street.
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Aleppo’s archbishop on what his flock needs most
Constance Watson meets the Order of Malta’s busy ‘minister of health’
Don’t mock Johann Tetzel, says Dave Armstrong, Luther had his excesses too
Mgr John Armitage on why the First Week of Advent is a wake-up call to us all
Michael Warren thinks Stephen Bannon revealed who he really is in a Vatican speech
The world doesn’t need a feminist Beauty and the Beast, says Mary Kenny
Alexander Lee on the sculptor who brings us closer to God
Atheist philosopher Peter Singer’s ethics don’t add up, finds John Rist
Pastor Iuventus on the particular grace of Advent
Michael Tugendhat says the Brexit judges are defending us from tyranny
Prophecy has to be an act of love, says Fr Ronald Rolheiser
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