A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
A landmark case in Philadelphia in which an archdiocesan official is accused of protecting abusive priests will begin today.
Archbishop Mario Conti of Glasgow has accused politicians of attempting to “recreate society” by legalising same-sex marriage.
Rocco Palmo previews the Pope’s trip to Cuba.
Mary Eberstadt argues that concern about the impact of the sexual revolution “isn’t just a Catholic thing”.
Fr Tim Finigan is delighted by the opening of the first shrine church in Britain dedicated to the Extraordinary Form.
And Kathy Schiffer argues that just because Benedict XVI has used a cane for the first time in public that doesn’t mean he is about to retire.