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Topic: The Guardian

Morning Catholic must-reads: 26/08/14

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

We must welcome Christians fleeing the Middle East to Britain

The long tradition of the presence of Christians in the Middle East is nearly at an end

Polly Toynbee’s definition of a “good death” is a disturbing one

If assisted suicide is legalised we must hope doctors don’t share Polly’s point of view

Our society is in a complete muddle about sex

And this confusion is rooted in the arrival of the Pill in the early 1960s

Why Rowan Williams is much more comfortable as an academic than he was as an archbishop; and why he should never have gone to Canterbury in the first place

If we really have to have an established Church, its head needs to take the defence of basic Christianity quite seriously

After the latest terrorist outrage, the international community must wake up and help the Kenyan people

The recent attack on the Jesus Joy Church, which left at least six people dead, is thought to be the work of Al-Shabaab

Cardinal-designate Nichols should have the prayers and support of us all: but his elevation is being misrepresented by some elements in the English Church

Some commentators even take it as meaning that Pope Francis would have been in favour of the Soho Masses

Lib Dem MP decided to quit after attending Jesuit retreat

Sarah Teather made her decision while on a month long retreat

Pope Francis has his own way of doing things: but that doesn’t mean he is reinventing the Catholic religion. If you’re worried, you should calm down: all is well

He prefers to communicate by means of discussion and conversation rather than preaching at people. But he never places the teachings of the church in any doubt

How Pope Francis fooled the Guardianistas

Despite the enthusiasm of the left wing media, the Pope is not abandoning the traditional battlements of Catholicism