A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
Iraqi Christians must stop “waiting to receive everything from the state and charitable organisations”, Chaldean Patriarch Louis Sako has said.
A wooden church built in Slovakia has been dismantled, reassembled and consecrated in Iceland.
Rocco Palmo says the next Archbishop of Milan is “the most important personnel choice Pope Francis will make”.
Phil Lawler argues that the resignation of the Vatican’s auditor general shows “genuine reform” is “more remote than ever”.
Archbishop Charles Chaput says that Humanae Vitae remains “a testimony to the truth”.
Bishop Robert Barron sums up Pope Francis’s message to priests.
And Mgr Charles Pope recounts the surprisingly complex of history of sacred music.
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