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How many politicians could admit, even to God, that they made a mistake?

Pope Francis hears Confession in Brazil, World Youth Day (PA)

By going to Confession, Pope Francis demonstrates the point that we are all in this together

The strong pro-life leadership shown by Bishop Egan is needed today as never before

Bishop Egan has received criticism for his comments last week (Mazur)

To witness to the truth in public is to invite a backlash from those who are offended or angered by it. But sometimes there is no alternative.

Morning Catholic must-reads: 31/03/14

Pope Francis delivers his Angelus address yesterday (AP)

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

Morning Catholic must-reads: 28/03/14

A Pakistani Christian reads the Bible in the city of Peshawar (AP)

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

Sacking a bishop isn’t as easy as people think

Bishop Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst  (PA)

The Vatican is acting with unusual determination in the ‘bishop of bling’ case

Banning books being sent to prisoners is the politics of a thuggish nation

Justice Secretary Chris Grayling (PA)

Chris Grayling’s decision to allow prison governors to ban books from being sent to their inmates is unforgivable

This is still a Christian culture: but the Law Society is now encouraging Sharia principles that are deeply hostile to our values

The Law Society has made proposals which would make it possible for Muslims to commission English solicitors to draw up 'Sharia compliant' wills (PA)

Our democracy is built on the fundamental principle that we are one nation and that there is one law for everyone

Morning Catholic must-reads: 27/03/14

Jimmy Carter wrote to Francis about women's status in the Church (AP)

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

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 26/03/14

Francis greets the faithful at the end of the general audience (AP)

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

Channel Four’s latest documentary on the Vatican presents the Church as the scarlet woman of ancient propaganda

Secrets of the Vatican aired last night on Channel 4 (CNS)

Secrets of the Vatican asks some worthy questions but makes sweeping statements at points