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You have nothing to lose by accepting the Vatican’s invitation to talk

Morning Catholic must-reads: 12/04/11

John Paul II is seen in a promotional image for the Polish documentary, John Paul II: I Kept Looking For You (CNS photo/ARTRAMA)

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If you want to explain why the pope respects the religious instincts of non-Catholics, read Pio Nono

A bust of Pope Pius IX in a Florida museum PA

Nostra Aetate is enough by itself; but if you are anti-Vatican II, have a look at Quanto conficiamur moerore

Not even liturgists are immune to Royal wedding fever

Prince William and his fiance Kate Middleton  PA

As the Royal wedding approaches the Church of England and the Church have prepared special prayers, but what should Will and Catherine be called?

Priests should rejoice at the greater accuracy of the new translation

An altar copy of the new Mass translation CNS

Instead of huffing and puffing about the new English translation of the Mass, priests should instruct their parishioners on why it is a good thing

Morning Catholic must-reads: 11/04/11

Benedict XVI pictured during the Angelus address (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

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How the Ordinariate could influence liturgical developments in the Catholic mainstream

Mgr Keith Newton, the head of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham celebrating Mass

Traditional liturgical language will be part of the Anglican patrimony; and one day, we might be able to use it, too

Morning Catholic must-reads: 08/04/11

Italian Police and Coast Guard officers carry an injured refugee as he arrives on the Italian island of Lampedusa (CNS photo/Vincenzo Tersigni, Reuters)

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The case of Adolf Eichmann shows that the death penalty can be just

Adolf Eichmann is flanked by guards in the Jerusalem courtroom where he was tried for war crimes (AP Photo)

His crimes were of the gravest nature; his life was an affront to the families of those who died in the Holocaust

Debate: Is it important for churches to be beautiful?

St Andrew's Cathedral in Glasgow will be consecrated on Sunday

Or is an obsession with beauty immoral?