7 February 2003
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In 1981, he served as a page boy at the wedding of Charles and Diana. In 2001, he became a Catholic. Since then, he has been quietly but ardently spreading the faith. In this week’s issue, Lord Nicholas Windsor describes his spiritual journey and explains why this is ‘a very exciting moment’ for the Church. Another convert, artist Ali Cavanaugh, reveals the inspiration for her radiant paintings. Controversial Vatican magazine editor Lucetta Scaraffia discusses her fight against “ecclesial patriarchy”. Tim Stanley wonders what you have to do to get excommunicated these days. And Fr Ronald Rolheiser makes a spirited defence of priestly celibacy. I hope you enjoy the issue.