Morning Catholic must-reads: 16/06/11

The Olympic Stadium in Berlin was built for the 1936 Summer Olympics and is strongly identified with the Nazi regime (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)

Benedict XVI will celebrate Mass in Berlin’s Olympic Stadium on September 22 after the organisers decided that the original location, Charlottenburg Palace, was too small. Dylan Parry sighs.

The Pope has urged spouses to pray together so that their love can be “ever truer and lasting”.

Zenit publishes the full text of Pope Benedict’s general audience on Elijah yesterday.

Archbishop Matthias Nketsiah of Cape Coast, Ghana, says he is proud to be sending his priests to serve as missionaries in the West.

Damian Thompson glimpses the future of the English Catholic Church in the seedy streets of Soho.

Deacon Greg Kandra says we should get ready for an update on the case of Fr John Corapi.

Brian McGrory tells the poignant story of a falsely accused priest who “died of a broken heart”.

And Jennifer Fulwiler argues that the internet will make the world more pro-life.