7 February 2003
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On August 25, 2018, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò published a “testimony” that shocked the Catholic world. A year later, the former nuncio remains in hiding - fearing, some say, for his life. The episode has changed the Church for ever, says Fr Mark Drew in this week’s cover story. Meanwhile, Mary Kenny welcomes a crackdown on funeral eulogies. Fr Stephen Wang predicts the demise of the collection plate. Sister Gertrude Feick explains why Cardinal Hume compared prayer to drinking beer. Matt Thorne urges Hollywood to snap up the rights to a new book about a Gutenberg Bible. And Andrew M Brown overcomes his dread of camping. Enjoy the issue.