A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
Many Jewish people remain concerned about the prospect of Pius XII’s canonisation, Lawrence Schiffman, chairman of the International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations, told the Pope yesterday.
A hermit staying at a Franciscan monastery in Syria has died after reportedly being struck by a stray bullet.
Burmese Archbishop Charles Bo has said he hopes the Church can act as a bridge between warring Buddhists and Muslims.
Mark Shea reveals “the most popular moral heresy in the world“.
And Melinda Selmys argues that James Joyce anticipated Pope Francis in his critique of the “spiritual narcissism” of the Church.
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