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July/August 2009

‘In the 1950s, Evelyn Waugh and Graham Greene wrote triumphalist Catholic novels with miracles as part of the story — Brideshead Revisited, The End of the Affair. They were bestsellers. Since Vatican II, however, the tenor of Catholic fiction has been doubt, dissent and disillusion.

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June 2009
Fires of Faith: Catholic England under Mary Tudor by Eamon Duffy
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June 2009
The film of Dan Brown's best-seller Angels and Demons is pure hokum
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June 2009
‘The real argument we are witnessing is not between Catholics and Jews. It is an internal Catholic debate about the direction of the Church
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