A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
“I know it is a disaster for me to have my own agenda,” Archbishop-elect Blasé Cupich has said ahead of his installation as Archbishop of Chicago today.
The traditional family is “the best means we have yet discovered for nurturing future generations“, British rabbi Lord Sacks has told a Vatican conference (full text, short video).
“It is not true that ecclesiastical tribunals make profits over wedding woes,” an official at the Roman Rota has said.
Archbishop Anthony Fisher of Sydney says he is “a bit quieter and gentler by temperament” than his predecessor Cardinal Pell.
John Allen argues that the Irish government came off worse when it downgraded its relations with the Holy See.
Russell Shaw asks if Francis’s media honeymoon is over.
And the Telegraph presents a “unique 3D glimpse of the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel“.
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