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

The Pope’s plan to mark the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide is likely to rile Turkey, reports Inés San Martin.

There was “too much talk” of radical curial reform at the start of Francis’s pontificate, Archbishop Georg Gänswein has said.

A bishop recently consecrated by Bishop Richard Williamson has said the pair intend to create a global movement opposed to the Vatican known as “The Resistance”.

Jewish and Protestant converts played a “pivotal role” in Vatican II’s historic declaration on Catholic-Jewish relations, historian John Connelly has argued.

Gerard Powers asks if the Vatican really is taking a belligerent stance on ISIS.

The world’s youngest cardinal says he hopes to use the internet to reach his remote flock.

And an iPad used by Pope Francis will be auctioned to raise funds for a school in Uruguay.

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