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Archbishop Michael Byrnes (CNS)

Archbishop Michael Byrnes says his ‘first job is to listen’ and help bring about ‘healing to those who said they have been abused’

Pope Francis at the Angelus: 'God never ceases to want our good, even when we sin' (AP)

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A portrait of Mother Teresa hangs from St Peter's Basilica ahead of her canonisation on Sunday (AP)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 02/09/16

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A man prays at St Charles church in Kano, which Boko Haram was believed to have bombed in 2014 (AP)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 04/08/16

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Cardinal Donald Wuerl (PA)

The cardinal argued that politics can be reduced to special interests unless it is guided by moral principles

The interior of the Chapel of the Holy Spirit in Rome is seen in this undated photo. The chapel is the only building at the Vatican designed by an American (CNS photo/courtesy of Astorino)

American architect of the Pope’s guesthouse chapel felt he became a ‘pencil in God’s hands’

Fra' Matthew Festing with Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin in June (AP)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 14/01/16

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Pope Francis tries to keep warm during this morning's general audience (AP)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 30/12/15

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Cardinal Wuerl celebrates Mass in San Pietro in Vincoli Basilica in Rome (AP)

Cardinal Wuerl says politicians, the media and even Christians have remained silent about persecution of the faithful

Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, pictured in 1987 (AP)

In 1985 Cardinal Ratzinger wrote a letter that eerily addresses the questions raised at the family synod