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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Four hundred and fifty years ago, Pius V issued a papal bull excommunicating Queen Elizabeth I. In this week’s cover story, Jack Scarisbrick asks if it was a mistake. Also in this issue, Jon Anderson examines Cardinal Marx’s shock decision to stand down as leader of the German bishops. Fr James Jackson, FSSP, begins his Lenten series. Bonnie Lander Johnson solves your Lent cooking conundrums. And Stephen Withnell explains how he ended up playing cricket on ice. I hope you enjoy this edition.