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Nothing will deflate our Church more than the wrong choice of nuncio

Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, Vatican Secretary of State, will appoint the next nuncio to Britain (Photo: CNS)

Cardinal Bertone, the Pope appointed you for your orthodoxy: now, send us a nuncio in your own image

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 17/11/10

Benedict XVI speaks at today's general audience

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Morning Catholic must-reads: 16/11/10

Bishop Gerald Kicanas of Tucson talks to Cardinal Francis George of Chicago during the US bishops' annual autumn meeting in Baltimore (CNS photo/Nancy Wiechec)

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Hysterical lies about the Pope continue. It may mean he is getting somewhere

Pope Benedict XVI's gentle, positive statements at Gaudí's Sagrada Familia were described as 'railing' by the secularist media (Photo: PA)

If he were not a threat, his enemies would just ignore him

The NHS ‘safe sex’ video is tawdry and sad

A screenshot of the video, entitled Condom No Condom

Why isn’t abstinence suggested occasionally?

Morning Catholic must-reads: 15/11/10

Pope Benedict XVI is pictured during the Angelus yesterday (Alessandra Tarantino/AP/Press Association Images)

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

Anglo-Catholic parishes are often very close-knit: the Ordinariate will preserve that

They have prayed together under hostile pressure; now they can stay together

App allows people to view traditional Latin Mass each day on iPad or iPhone

iMass app released by Anchoright Productions in association with an FSSP parish in Florida

Morning Catholic must-reads: 12/11/10

A woman studies the Bible at St Mary of Celle parish in Berwyn, Illinois (CNS photo/Karen Callaway, Catholic New World)

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

The Ordinariate will help reconnect the English Church to its medieval roots

The Ellesmere Manuscript: Chaucer's "povre persoun" embodies the medieval pastoral ideal

The Catholic Church in England has lost a precious tradition: of ministering to everyone living within the parish boundary