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The homeless will be able to wash beneath the windows of the Apostolic Palace (AP)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 13/11/14

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

Dominican Father Gustavo Gutierrez (CNS)

Liberation theology is being re-examined under Pope Francis, according to Dominican Father Gutierrez

Bishop Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst, who resigned this year (CNS)

The German Church is superbly organised, but its coercive tax is weakening the Catholic faith

Members of the Youth Union of Turkey protest after violence between Kurdish protesters and Turkish police (AP Photo)

If Turkey is an example to the Middle East, it is not a particularly inspiring one

Benedict XVI greets Pope Francis at the Vatican in September (AP)

Bust of Benedict XVI is installed at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences

Archbishop Georg Ganswein pictured with the Pope Emeritus read the 1,800-word message aloud (PA)

Benedict XVI released a message to Rome’s Pontifical Urbanian University

Lord Patten organised the UK Papal Visit of 2010

The Vatican has set up an 11 member committee to advise on communications

Pope Francis waves as he appears for yesterday's Regina Caeli address (AP)

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

Pope Francis embraces Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople, spiritual leader of Orthodox Christians, at the Vatican (CNS)

Bishop said he hopes Pope Francis’s trip will promote Christian unity

Pope Francis (CNS)

The then-Cardinal Bergoglio reportedly came second in the 2005 conclave and is said to have been relieved he wasn’t elected on that occasion