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'My unfulfilled ambition is to sell out Wembley with my band': Si King gives
The unlikely interest that engages your curiosity… The Cathars [a medieval Christian sect] and their massacre in the early 1200s. I spent a month last year in the South of France learning about it.
These Catholic Sisters Take Firm Stances on Justice Issues. Here's Why They
Just as Saint Dominic was known to study hard, inform himself, and then debate with Cathars publicly and compassionately, the Dominican Sisters hope to spark intelligent conversations about justice issues that are crucial to our world.
Andrew Weatherall: 'Anyone can make music. What a double-edged sword'
Weatherall got interested in the Cathars when he started organising a small festival in Caracassonne: it shares its title with that of his new album, Covenanza, which was the name of the ceremony the Cathars underwent when they committed to the faith.
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The mysteries of Mary Magdalene
Certainly in the Middle Ages the Cathars in France saw Mary Magdalene as the wife of Jesus in the divine world and as his concubine in the world of illusion – the world that they believed we inhabit in our everyday lives.

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