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Morning Catholic must-reads: 18/11/10

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

By on Thursday, 18 November 2010

Orthodox Metropolitan John Zizioulas and Dr Rowan Williams at the Vatican yesterday (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)

Orthodox Metropolitan John Zizioulas and Dr Rowan Williams at the Vatican yesterday (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, has said he is “happy to praise God” for the Personal Ordinariate if it “helps people evaluate Anglican legacy or patrimony”.

Dr Williams will have a private audience with Pope Benedict today.

The Vatican has expressed concern over illicit episcopal ordinations in China.

A new survey has found that American dioceses are getting to grips with the “multi-platform media universe“.

Zenit publishes the full text of yesterday’s general audience.

John Allen offers “three keys” to understanding the appointment of Archbishop Timothy Dolan as president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

USA Today suggests that the Roman Curia is a “train wreck“.

And a new Polish board game celebrates John Paul II’s travels.

  • EditorCT

    Well, I hope Dr Williams tells the Pope when they meet, about one of the “bishops” set to “convert” who said on Radio the other day that even now, at this late juncture, he is hoping for some sort of deal that will allow him to remain an Anglican. Maybe then, the Pope will see sense and put an end to this terrible scandal. We want REAL converts – people who reject their previous false beliefs and embrace the truth. Not some schismatic bishop, harking after the schism, but not too keen on women in mitres.

    Pray for the Pope. This is all evidence of the diabolical disorientation prophesied by Our Lady at Fatima.