16 May 1840
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Building a new Jerusalem
Crumbling masonry, huge tax demands and falling congregations have drawn the squabbling Christian communities in Jerusalem together / BY MICHAEL BINYON
The Tablet Interview: Bruce Kent
What’s the fuss about a married clergy? The ‘retired’ priest, activist, and one-time leader of CND talks straight / BY PETER STANFORD
An hour of grace Down Under
As Australia’s bishops arrive in Rome for their ad limina visit next week, a forthcoming Plenary Council will be high on their agenda / BY NICK BRODIE
The joy of fulfilment
The failings of the Vatican document on ‘gender ideology’ remind us that understanding requires a willingness to reach out / BY NICOLETE BURBACH