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Patriarch Bartholomew I has arrived early in Crete 'in order to welcome and receive his brother hierarchs' (AP)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 16/06/16

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Pope Francis celebrates Mass at Rizal Park in Manila, the Philippines in 2015 (PA)

The WIN/Gallup survey of 64 countries found that those in the top fifth of incomes had the best impression of the Pope

Pope Francis embraces a nun during vespers with priests, religious and seminarians at the cathedral in Havana (CNS)

Pope Francis delivered an off-the-cuff homily in Havana’s cathedral on Sunday

Pope Francis blesses an inmate during a feet-washing ceremony at Rebibbia prison in Rome (CNS)

Pope Francis discussed poverty at morning Mass at his Vatican residence

The Shroud of Turin is on display to the public from April 19 through June 24, 2015. CNS photo/Paul Haring

Pope Francis told the group of 50 he hoped the experience would help them find Christ in others

Bishop Egan said children need a mother and a father ©Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk

Bishop Philip Egan defended marriage in an editorial for the Catholic Medical Quarterly

'Until the rule of law is respected, then places like the Philippines will continue to be corrupt' (PA)

Corruption in the Third World and the break down of family life in the UK contribute to the blight of global poverty

'The Archbishop of Canterbury is right to focus on the way so much food gets thrown away' (CNS)

We expect hunger in Africa, sadly, but that it happens in Britain too, one of the world’s richest countries, is shocking

George Osborne, left, and Treasury chief secretary Danny Alexander on their way to the Commons (Photo: PA)

Head of CSAN suggests George Osborne neglected issue of in-work poverty