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Tien Therese is one of seven siblings of the saintly cardinal

Pope Benedict has answered questions which range from whether he has ever considered resigining to should there be a Vatican III

Syrian Catholic patriarch, meanwhile, attacks indifference of free world to suffering of Iraqi Christians

Pope urges faithful to pray tomorrow for those who sleep in the Lord

Dozens of Iraqi Catholics were killed yesterday after Islamic militants took worshippers hostage during Mass

The actor stars in The Way with his son, Emilio Estevez

Two-day trip includes stops in Barcelona and Santiago de Compostela

Pontiff urges Brazilian bishops to guide the faithful to oppose abortion

Papal visit to Barcelona will highlight the Cause of “God’s architect”

Print Edition 29.10.10

Much of The Catholic Herald’s content – letters, reviews, news, extra comment and features – is not available online This week, Stanley Hauerwas marvels at the Christian life he found upon moving to Britain; Carolyn Reynier interviews a man who tried running away from his vocation only to become the new Abbot of Worth. William Newton hails Pope Leo XIII as the prophet of the Rosary while the artist Patrik Reyntiens describes the turbulent Romanticism of Salvator Rosa exhibited at the Dullwich Picture Gallery. Plus, Stuart Reid reflects on the upcoming debate entitled “Britain has become an anti-Christian country” and wonders whether it is true.