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The fall-out from the Foreign Office memo on Pope Benedict’s visit to Britain continues, with comment from Paul Reynolds, Rod Liddle, David Blackburn, Andrew Brown, Melanie Phillips, Jon Snow, cartoonist Martin Rowson, Araminta Wordsworth and the New York Sun.

Meanwhile, the Daily Mail has disclosed the identity of the Foreign Office official who wrote the memo.

The Guardian suggests the Vatican is worried that the abuse crisis could trigger a fall in donations.

The Report on BBC Radio 4 has a close look at the Murphy case (audio).

The Indian Church is urging the authorities not to allow English-language schools that are not run by nuns to call themselves “convent” schools.

The American political philosopher Hadley Arkes has been received into the Church.

And a new video celebrating 26 years of the World Youth Day Cross has been launched in Rome.

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