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A sneak preview of this week’s paper

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This week’s articles won’t be online until tomorrow, so I thought I’d give you a preview of what’s in store.

Anna Arco reports on the latest developments on the Anglican provision, Dr William Oddie wonders if Cardinal Hume’s famous “moment of grace” has finally arrived and Mary Kenny suggests that Anglican converts will make us all posher.

Our Rome correspondent says the chance of an SSPX-Vatican agreement is slim. Fr Ashley Beck argues that good Catholics should never wear Masonic aprons. Theologian Aidan Nichols says that all is not well in our worship. And as Bonfire Night draws near, Ed West interviews Guido Fawkes, the Catholic blogger who took on New Labour – and won.

Andrew M Brown asks whether it’s OK for Catholics to be happy. Fr Anthony Symondson SJ visits a church that embodies Pope Benedict’s liturgical vision. Paul Johnson praises a study of Ireland’s love-hate relationship with the British monarchy. And Stuart Reid suggests there’s only one way to deal with the British National Party: ignore it.

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Written by Luke Coppen

October 29, 2009 at 5:52 pm

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