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

The Vatican yesterday unveiled the logo, hymn, calendar and website for the Year of Faith, which begins in October.

Cardinal Reinhard Marx of Munich has said that European Union countries should “assume the highest share” of the costs of global warming in a message to world leaders at the Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development.

A woman has claimed that the late Fr Robert Drinan, a Jesuit who served as a US Congressman, sexually assaulted her.

Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia explains why the American bishops launched their “Fortnight for Freedom” yesterday.

Jason Berry reports that more evidence has emerged suggesting that curial figures protected Fr Marcial Maciel, founder of the Legionaries of Christ, from scrutiny.

Ex-Legionary Fr Thomas Berg argues that reforming the Legionaries of Christ is all but impossible.

And David Paul Deavel says the Church should not speak only about “the joys of conversion, but the inevitable sorrows and challenges that can follow such a move”.

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