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Should England be a Catholic country again?

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The U.K. publication Spectator announced that it will host a public debate to answer this proposition: England should be a Catholic country again

Speakers for the motion included Catholic Cardinal Cormac Murphy O’Connor.

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The Anglican Communion is deeply, and perhaps irrevocably, split, and the Catholic Church is offering a berth to any Anglican who wants to convert. In this year of the Pope’s visit, is it time for England to become a Catholic country again?

The debate is scheduled for March 2. Here's more details.

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