7 February 2003
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If you were a cardinal and a bishop gave you thousands of dollars, would you feel obliged to declare it? Many wouldn't, says Christopher Altieri in this week’s cover story, exploring the disturbing way in which money circulates at the Church’s highest levels. Also in this issue, Ann Widdecombe addresses the furore over her comments on homosexuality. William Cash visits the Normandy village where his grandfather fell in World War II. Alfred Searls recalls the sci-fi classic that offers an inspired defence of monasticism. And Madeleine Teahan explains why she's petrified of the Sign of Peace. I hope you enjoy the issue.