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William Crawley with the religious and ethical news of the week. Moral arguments and perspectives on stories familiar and unfamiliar.
The results of the Apostolic Visitation to Ireland, ordered by Pope Benedict in the wake of the Child Abuse scandal was made public this week. Cardinal Sean Brady gives William his reaction to the findings of the report and Michael Kelly of the Irish Times discusses the public response.
The Church of England launches a report on the future of their schools, William speaks to Rev Jan Ainsworth Chief Education Officer for the Church of England.
After the shooting dead of three children and a teacher at a Jewish school in Toulouse, John Laurenson reports from France on how Jewish and Muslim communities in France are coping and reacting to events and journalist Angela Epstein talks to William about her reaction to the events as a Jewish parent in Manchester.
Kevin Bouquet reports on how, according to a new BBC local radio survey, significant numbers of cathedrals are concerned that they will not be able to fund Cathedral costs in 2 years.
Author Simon Jenkins and Catherine Peppinster, Editor of the Tablet, discuss how Cathedrals should generate more income whilst still being places of worship in the light of the findings of the survey.
Tweeting vicar, Andrew Alden, talks to William about why he has become the first vicar in Britain to use Twitter during a sermon.
As the Pope visits Cuba, BBC Correspondent Sarah Rainsford, reports on the significance of the trip and why this is the pontiff's second visit to Latin America, home to almost half of the world's Catholics.
Series Producer: Amanda Hancox.