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Topic: Benedict XVI

Summorum Pontificum has put us in touch with our history

Seven years ago Benedict XVI’s motu proprio liberated the traditional Latin Mass from all restrictions

The Explainer: what is Pope Francis’s vision for the family synod?

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Morning Catholic must-reads: 17/06/14

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Are the Holy Father’s informal and often confusing methods of communication undermining the teaching authority of his office? Is a period of papal reserve now overdue?

Pope Francis is popular with the secular media because they think he’s about to abandon the disciplines of the Church; and they have built him up by denigrating Benedict XVI

Morning Catholic must-reads: 02/06/14

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Was Protect the Pope really divisive? Or was it rather those whom Deacon Nick believed were undermining the teachings of the Church?

Protect the Pope was always feisty, either in defence of the Church against secularist attack, or against enemies of Catholic truth and discipline within the Church

Benedict XVI was to be nominated for Nobel Prize in literature

Plans to recognise Pope Emeritus for his contribution were stalled after resignation

Benedict XVI: John Paul’s courage was a sign of his holiness

Former pope praises predecessor in collection of interviews

Papal gifts of chocolate eggs and money distributed in Rome for Easter

Pope donates 150 eggs to children at the Bambino Gesu paediatric hospital

Morning Catholic must-reads: 16/04/14

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