7 February 2003
The Catholic Herald is one of Britain’s leading Catholic publications, published weekly as a magazine. As well as carrying topical news items from the UK and the world,
the Catholic Herald contains
and special supplements for Easter and
The Catholic Herald is a magazine of record and each issue contains
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In this week’s cover story, David Paton says parents around the world are resisting radical sex education programmes. You might think the Church would be on their side. But is it? Mary Kenny reflects on a new documentary featuring her neighbour, “the dad who gave birth”. AC Wimmer reports on the showdown between the Vatican and German bishops. Melanie McDonagh says William Blake’s mysticism makes today’s critics cringe. And Fr Raymond de Souza explains why a Canadian politician apologised for naming Jesus as her hero. I hope you enjoy the issue.