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Pope Francis said he did not want the faithful to be oppressed with the "darkness of doubt" (PA)

The reforms could affect thousands of Catholics worldwide

A Syrian man carries a child wrapped in a thermal blanket as they arrive on Greece. Millions are displaced (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

We hope they can have a future, vicar-general says

Cardinal Reinhard Marx, pictured here at an anti-racism rally, disapproves of nationalism (CNS photo/Fabrizio Bensch, Reuters)

Cardinal Marx calls criticising rising nationalism as country takes tens of thousands or refugees

A happily married couple. Marriage is the big debate this autumn (CNS)

New measures come just before synod on family

Episode VII comes out later this year

Irish government accused of giving into Disney

Pope Francis, pictured last week, appeared on American television ahead of his papal visit (AP)

Pope praises single mother on ABC News’s ‘Town Hall’

The Angel by Edward Burne-Jones

Glasgow Museum to host angel exhibition

One of the more unusual objects in the exhibition is a horse vertebrae carved into the image of an angel

Syrian refugee children scream as they sit in front of Macedonian riot police at the Greek-Macedonian border (CNS)

According to the BBC, more than 350,000 migrants have crossed into Europe in 2015

Pope Francis waves to faithful as he arrives for yesterday's Angelus (AP)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 07/09/15

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Pope Francis celebrates Mass at the Domus Sanctae Marthae (CNS/ L'Osservatore Romano via EPA)

Literally bite your tongue to avoid gossiping, urges Pope