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

Pope Francis has backed a new Caritas campaign calling for the acceptance of migrants (video).

Bishops have urged politicians to “save Kenya from burning” before next month’s presidential election re-run.

Organisers of the “filial correction” have said they are removing the names of “a very small number” of signatories added incorrectly (Joseph Shaw, Michael Sean Winters).

Philosopher Josef Seifert is suing the Archdiocese of Granada after he was sacked for critiquing Amoris Laetitia.

Eamon Maher argues that Catholicism’s “cultural legacy” is “still very much alive” in Ireland.

James MacMillan says he has “given up the liturgy wars”.

And composer Arvo Pärt has won the Ratzinger prize for theology (video).

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