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The Taoiseach has just got it wrong. The Pope isn’t the problem: he is a major part of the solution

Enda Kenny pins blame for the mishandling of abuse allegations on the Vatican (PA photo)

Both at the CDF and as Pope he has clearly directed that crimes must be reported to the civil authorities

Our glee at the Murdoch saga does Britain no credit

James Murdoch, centre, is only slightly more interesting than Rebekah Brooks's hair, according to Google (PA photo)

Rebekah Brooks is talented, rich and good-looking – and for that, it seems, the general public would love to see her humiliated

Enda Kenny’s attack on the Vatican reflects ferocious public anger

Enda Kenny: playing to the gallery (PA photo)

Fr Lombardi’s response to the Cloyne scandal is legalistic: the Vatican still has serious questions to answer

The BBC’s groundbreaking series on Muhammad leaves open some startling incoherences

Rageh Omaar at Mecca: he treats his subject fairly

Can contemporary Muslims reconcile history with a model of revelation that claims to be ahistorical?

Morning Catholic must-reads: 21/07/11

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin (Niall Carson/PA Wire)

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

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 20/07/11

Archbishop Charles Chaput embraces Cardinal Justin Rigali during yesterday's press conference  (CNS photo/Tim Shaffer, Reuters)

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

Archbishop Chaput, the Pope’s man, has just been promoted to Philadelphia: we could do with a few appointments like that here

The new Archbishop of Philadelphia was a 'highly personal choice' by the Pope  (CNS photo)

That depends on our new nuncio: and fingers crossed, he’s the Pope’s man too

Morning Catholic must-reads: 19/07/11

Archbishop Charles Chaput (CNS photo by Paul Haring)

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

Murdoch is to blame for the News of the World’s moral decline

The News of the World before it lost morality, taste and a sense of propriety (PA photo)

For the Boss, profits mattered to the exclusion of everything else

However undesirable the News of the World may have become, we still owe Murdoch a debt of gratitude for Wapping

Rupert Murdoch holds copies of the Sun and the Times at his new print works in Wapping in 1986 (PA photo)

It’s time to get some sense of balance into this frenzied debate