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Morning Catholic must-reads: 18/04/11

Benedict XVI blesses the faithful as he arrives to celebrate Palm Sunday Mass in St Peter's Square (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

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Actually to publish the mistranslated Italian version of Youcat was unpardonably sloppy and amateurish

Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn at the launch of YouCat on St Peter's Square (AP Photos)

Why, by now, haven’t we learned the huge importance of accurate translation?

Morning Catholic must-reads: 15/04/11

Catechumens pictured at St Ignatius Cathedral in Shanghai (CNS photo)

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

Debate: Is the Church’s stance on immigration utterly impractical?

Migrants sit and take some rest on the tiny island of Lampedusa, Italy. Italy warned that it was facing a humanitarian and refugee crisis

Or does it provide the answer to the growing discontent with mass migration in Europe?

Assisi alone is reason enough to beatify John Paul II

Pope John Paul II attends an interreligious encounter in Assisi, Italy, in 1986

The Devil’s Advocate has a necessary task but the late Pope’s virtues outweigh his faults and errors of judgement

Will the new Missal buck the trend and be a nice book?

A copy of the Borgianus Latinus, a missal for Christmas made for Pope Alexander VI  (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

In the past books were objects of beauty and made to last, that art has been lost

Morning Catholic must-reads: 14/04/11

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

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

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)

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

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