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Stuart Reid, a former deputy editor of the Spectator, writes the Charterhouse column for the Catholic Herald.
Auberon Waugh—Bron to his friends and enemies—inspired as much hate and contempt as he did love and admiration. Much the same was true of his father, the novelist Evelyn, but in real life the two men were very different, as those who knew them both will attest.
About an hour into the papal vigil in Hyde Park, I turned to one of my companions, a musical genius with bipolar disorder, and said, “You know what I think? I think this is pagan.”
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