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

German bishops’ guidelines on Communion for Protestants are based on Vatican II and Pope John Paul II’s teachings, Cardinal Walter Kasper has said (Anian Christoph Wimmer, Maike Hickson).

Cardinal Reinhard Marx has said that the Church has no need of ”cold technocrats, power-seeking managers” or “dogmatic scribes”.

The Popemobile will travel through Dublin’s streets in August.

Eva Vergara reports that Chile’s abuse crisis is getting even bigger.

Archbishop Mark Coleridge says he hopes to see “a divinely inspired plan for the future of the Church in Australia”.

Andrew Barker and Steven Greydanus review the new Wim Wenders documentary about Pope Francis.

And Catherine Addington says the menswear at the Met Gala was “disappointingly bland”.

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