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Benedict XVI met prime minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero at the airport

Benedict XVI says every man and woman should be treated with respect

Five Anglo-Catholic bishops resign

Five Anglo-Catholic bishops resign with the intention of joining the Ordinariate when it is established in Britain

Print edition 05.11.10

Much of The Catholic Herald’s content – letters, reviews, news, extra comment and features – is not available online. This week, Fr Christopher Jamison, director of the National Office for Vocation, explains why he’s optimistic about priestly vocations; Edoardo Albert meets Catholics who embrace Islam; and Laurence England asks people struggling with addiction what they think of a controversial project offering cash in return for sterilisation. Plus, Stuart Reid wonders if he is more terrified by a terrorist attack, or Sarah Palin as president.

Card of baseball star Honus Wagner, the ‘Flying Dutchman’, was bequeathed to the School Sisters of Notre Dame in Baltimore

Spanish greet Pontiff with enthusiasm during two-day trip

Pontiff celebrates Mass in Gaudi’s unfinished masterpiece

Benedict XVI spends second day of Spanish trip in Barcelona

Benedict XVI says new basilica is a ‘visible sign of the invisible God’

Benedict XVI says Europe must open itself to God