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

The first Catholic service for 450 years will take place at Henry VIII’s chapel in Hampton Court Palace next month.

Vatican doctrinal watchdog Cardinal Gerhard Müller has categorically denied claims that he received heresy complaints against Pope Francis.

The Pope’s nine Twitter accounts now have more than 26 million followers (Italian report).

The remains of Padre Pio will be taken to Rome next month as part of the Year of Mercy.

John Allen says Francis is calling the Church to show “a new sense of missionary hustle”.

Robert Hutchinson wonders why “a small but vocal segment of the political left” see Mother Teresa as “Public Enemy No 1”.

And KV Turley asks if we are on the verge of a new Catholic literary revival.

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