7 February 2003
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The canonisation of St John Henry Newman was a moment of incredible joy, says Simon Caldwell in this week’s cover story. In St Peter’s Square he meets the Victorian cardinal’s 21st-century converts. “So, so many of us are Catholics because of him,” says one. Elsewhere in this issue, Fr Thomas Berg explains how a battle between moral theologians could affect the whole Catholic world. Andrea Picciotti-Bayer says the Supreme Court can help US states lay an anti-Catholic past to rest. Mary Kenny visits the “ambiguous” Irish border. And Benjamin Ivry recalls the Protestant novelist who wrote Catholic “propaganda”. I hope you enjoy the issue.