Take a look inside this week's Catholic Herald
Two very unlikely bishops have issued the most permissive guidelines yet on Amoris Laetitia. No wonder many Catholics are up in arms, says Fr Mark Drew.
Dan Hitchens on how Stalin accidentally created a global centre of orthodox Catholicism.
Stuart Reid tries to blend in on the Women’s March.
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Can parish closures actually renew the Church?
Fr Raymond de Souza looks ahead to Donald Trump’s first meeting with Pope Francis
Melanie McDonagh on when the Church and the Koran don’t mix
Celia Chard asks if Christians should serve as spies
Mary Kenny doubts the Women’s March will amount to much
William Cash on the monastic wreck that almost ruined him
Peter Mullen hails Jane Austen’s very English Christianity
Jack Carrigan on the woman who forgave her sister’s murderers
David Oldroyd-Bolt listens to piano’s forgotten genius
Fr Ronald Rolheiser on why ‘sloth’ can be good for you
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