A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
The Pope has named cardinals from Burma, Iraq, Madagascar and Papua New Guinea as presidents-delegate for October’s youth synod.
Rwandan authorities have ordered the closure of some 700 churches and mosques.
Police have raided the offices of a Chilean archdiocese for a second time.
Inés San Martín says the Church is taking a “strikingly hands-on approach” to crises in Latin America.
Pauline Guzik profiles the former inmate and homeless man who is now a cardinal’s aide.
And New Advent shares rare footage of Paul VI talking about Humanae Vitae in English.
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