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No mention of Catholic schools promise in Queen’s Speech

The Conservatives had promised to abolish the 'unfair' admissions cap that effectively prevents the Church from opening new schools

Morning Catholic must-reads: 22/06/17

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No mention of Catholic schools promise in Queen’s Speech

The Conservatives had promised to abolish the ‘unfair’ admissions cap that effectively prevents the Church from opening new schools

Indonesian priests appeal to Vatican after accusing bishop of embezzlement

Nearly 70 priests resigned in protest at Bishop Hubertus Leteng

Morning Catholic must-reads: 21/06/17

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Vatican Auditor General in surprise resignation

Libero Milone was hired in June 2015 as the first ever person to hold the position

Vietnamese Catholics terrorised by gangs

Priests have accused the government of ‘aiding and abetting those who intentionally violate laws, cause hatred and divide Catholics from others’

Vatican II contributed to abuse scandal, says priest

After the Council, the Church thought it was better to ‘redeem’ abuser priests than to punish them, Mgr Peter Smith claimed

PICTURES: Extraordinary Form ordinations take place in England for ‘first time in decades’

Archbishop of Liverpool Malcolm McMahon presided over the ordinations for the FSSP in Warrington

Four cardinals seek audience with Pope over doctrinal ‘confusion’

The Cardinals made the request in early May but have not yet received a response

Morning Catholic must-reads: 20/06/17

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Doctors to vote on allowing abortion up to birth

The vote comes despite a recent poll showing the vast majority of the public oppose such a move

Study: One in six young people identify as Christian

Approximately 13 per cent of teenagers reported choosing to become Christian after visiting a church or cathedral, the study said

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Even in the midst of the Holocaust, human goodness could shine through

Personal stories are always worth recording, especially when they relate to a true historical event of almost unimaginable horror

If the dubia go unanswered, the consequences could be catastrophic

It is dangerous to the credibility of the Church, that what should be considered good in Germany should be considered wrong in Poland

Want to get young people involved in the Church? Take them on a pilgrimage

Don’t talk to teenagers about religion, just do some religion with them

The Grenfell Tower protests have morphed into an anti-government hatefest

The demonstrators show every sign of being led by professional political agitators

The secret to the remarkable success of the Chartres pilgrimage: penance

The pilgrimage draws people from all over the world. There’s a reason they keep coming back

How Eucharistic miracles show Christ’s blood type

Scientific testing on a wide variety of Eucharistic miracles consistently shows human flesh with blood group AB

Meet the author who shows us how to fight Satan

Sonja Corbitt says we need to learn spiritual combat in our struggle against the Devil

Tim Farron’s resignation spells dark times ahead for Christians in politics

Do those who have forced Mr Farron’s resignation wish to see some modern version of the Test Act introduced?

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Why I’ll never doubt the Devil’s existence

The Devil is not a symbol, but a being, says Matthew Walther

The war we’re not fighting against ISIS

Islamic extremists recruit their fighters with slick propaganda about Christian history. Exposing the lies should be part of our strategy

I attacked the ordinariate. Now I’m a Catholic

A friend convinced me to visit Boston’s ordinariate community. What followed was a revelation

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