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

Pope Francis spoke of an “unbreakable bond between Jews and Christians” as he visited Rome’s main synagogue on Sunday (full text, full video).

The Pope told thousands of migrants gathered for the Angelus yesterday that their presence was “a sign of hope in God” (full text, full video).

The Holy Father will publish a new book next month answering questions from children from 26 countries (video).

The Catholic News Agency meets three convicted murderers who made the hosts used in Sunday’s migrants’ Mass in St Peter’s.

Fr Raymond de Souza says Confession is at the heart of the Pontiff’s new book, The Name of God is Mercy.

Young parents explain what it’s like to have their child baptised by the Pope.

And dogs, cats and even iguanas received blessings in Spanish churches yesterday.

Follow me on Twitter @lukecoppen for updates throughout the day.

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