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Morning Catholic must-reads: 14/04/11

YouCat is officially launched at the Vatican yesterday (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

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Today’s Catholic must-reads: 13/04/11

Pope Benedict XVI blesses the faithful as he leaves at the end of his general audience (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

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Which wedding vows will Kate and Will use?

The late Diana, Princess of Wales dropped the "obey" from her wedding vow  PA

While Catholics have only one form of wedding vow, Anglicans can pick from many. Which will the royal couple go for?

Should there be a Guild of Catholic Bloggers? And would it be dominated by ‘Taliban Catholics’?

Blogger Michael Voris is the keynote speaker at The*Other* Rome Blognic

Yes, there should: but let’s knock this ‘Taliban’ stuff on the head

Vatican Blogmeet: Update

The Pontifical Council for Social Communications will announce participants in the Vatican blogmeet on Saturday

Catholic bloggers of the world, unite!

Catholic bloggers of the world, unite!

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