A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
Cardinal Keith O’Brien has accused the British Government of pursuing an “anti-Christian foreign policy”.
Caritas Japan is considering sending an “impromptu mission” to Sendai, the diocese most affected by the earthquake and tsunami which struck the country last Friday.
Parents of a terminally ill Canadian boy have taken him to a Catholic hospital in the United States after a Canadian court ruled that doctors could remove the breathing tube keeping him alive.
The Archdiocese of Madrid has deplored the desecration of a chapel by students at Complutense University.
Michael Kelly says that Irish Catholics fear that the country’s new coalition government is on a collision course with the Church.
Fr Raymond de Souza praises the “martyrdom” of Shahbaz Bhatti.
Zenit talks to Jason Morrow, the creator of a new Android app helping Catholics to prepare for Confession.
And a rediscovered Mass setting for 40 voices is rising up Britain’s pop charts.