6 January 1900
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Gambling with the lives of others
Some ultra-conservative groups on the fringes of the Churches prey on fear to claim the vaccination programme is part of a conspiracy / BY ERIC STODDART
When it’s right to take up arms
A theologian maintains that Fratelli Tutti leaves the door open to the possibility that war is sometimes justified, but only as a last resort / BY TOBIAS WINRIGHT
‘The whole is greater than the part’
The Second Vatican Council did not lay down a clear path to final unity, but it did give the ecumenical movement a framework / BY ORMOND RUSH
We must find a new road
Scotland’s Catholic bishops have condemned the closure of churches as unfair; one parish priest argues that they are wrong / BY THOMAS MAGILL