A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
The removal of Robert Mugabe is “an opportunity for the birth of a new nation”, Zimbabwe’s Church leaders have said.
The Pope has urged Catholics to pray silently before Mass.
John Allen asks if Cardinal Blase Cupich will now “try to envision a new way of leading the US Church”.
Paul Moses critiques “champion Catholic-basher” Rodrigo Duterte.
James Reginato asks if the Order of Malta’s clash with the Vatican was really about money.
Fr Richard Gennaro Cipolla says calls for married priests are based on a “deliberate misunderstanding”.
And Gregory DiPippo explains how the relics of St Josaphat ended up at the Vatican.
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