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Our cover story…
Donald Trump’s victory has unleashed a dangerous new populism. But it is also an opportunity for Christians, says RR Reno.
Edmund Matyjaszek finds the concealed heart of England in Walsingham.
Eduard Habsburg on what happened when 300 members of his family descended on Rome.
Matthew Walther reveals how he predicted a Trump win
Ann Widdecombe argues that Britain’s Christians are persecuted
Tom Tugendhat MP on the Catholic roots of democracy
Maureen Paton on the myths surrounding ‘forced adoptions’
Mary Kenny on President Trump’s family values
Quentin de la Bédoyère considers Pascal’s wager on the operating table
Bishop Robert Barron on Benedict Cumberbatch’s challenge to scientism
William Cash asks if Kenneth Clark died a Catholic
Fr Ronald Rolheiser on dark nights of the soul
Twelve pages of news and analysis, and much more.
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