16 May 1840
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So it’s not what you say …
In a fractious and fact-averse election campaign, what was said mattered less than what voters chose to hear / BY MARK LAWSON
The rocky road to Rome
As he charts a new pathway for the Church, a retired bishop says that hostility will not deflect Pope Francis from his course / BY JOHN CROWLEY
The survivors’ tales
Three victims of abuse by Catholic priests who gave evidence to the IICSA hearings tell their stories to The Tablet / BY CATHERINE PEPINSTER
A Catholic family and its legacy
One of the most influential economists of the 20th century, John Maynard Keynes, had surprising roots in Catholic recusancy / BY GERARD KILROY