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First a Caravaggio, now a Michelangelo. Has lightning struck the Jesuits twice?

The 'Deposition From the Cross' by Caravaggio (CNS photo/courtesy of the Vatican Museums)

The latest masterpiece, found in Campion Hall, does not look like much to me

Morning Catholic must-reads: 15/07/11

Chinese Catholics sing at a church in Changzhi, Shanxi province (CNS)

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Morning Catholic must-reads: 14/07/11

A policeman searches the site of an explosion at Zaveri Bazaar in Bombay, India (AP Photo/Saurabh Das)

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Today’s Catholic must-reads: 13/07/11

Archbishop Rino Fisichella (Pier Paolo Cito/AP/Press Association Images)

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

Bishop Michael Evans faced death as a gateway to eternal life

Bishop Evans told his diocese in a pastoral letter that he did not have long to live. He said that he wanted to continue to serve as bishop (Mazur)

Bishop Evans, who has died at the age of 59, was inspiring in the way he approached the end of his life. May he rest in peace

Morning Catholic must-reads: 12/07/11

Bishop Michael Evans pictured during the Dowry of Mary pilgrimage at Walsingham in 2008 (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

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

Vatican newspaper intervenes in News International hacking row

News International: controversy over unethical journalism has spread to more than one of its newspapers (AP Photo/Akira Suemori)

Fr Tamayo, a Spanish media expert, says scandal indicates the urgent need for ethics in the media

Taking away Rupert Murdoch’s papal knighthood would be unpleasantly self-righteous. We’re supposed not to avoid sinners

Rupert Murdoch at a conference last Friday in Idaho (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)

And the death of the News of The World, for all its remaining faults, is nothing to crow about

The John Paul II vigil that transported pilgrims to heaven

About 200,000 people attended the vigil (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

The vigil before John Paul II’s beatification was an intoxicating experience for one new convert. I wish I could have gone

The News of the World debased the national conversation. It should not be missed by anyone

The last edition of the News of the World yesterday: thank you and good riddance (PA photo)

Its gossip stories invaded people’s privacy and were never justified by the public interest