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Morning Catholic must-reads: 30/10/15

Pope Francis reaches out to Catholic pupil Omodelei Ojo in New York last month (CNS)

The Holy Father has created a new foundation to promote Catholic education worldwide (chirograph).

Catholicism is the most trusted religion in South Korea, according to a new survey.

An apostolic visitor is investigating accusations against the founder of the Sodalitium Christianae Vitae.

Cardinal George Pell has presented the Pope with a cricket bat signed by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

Bishop Barron, Paul Baumann, Rebecca Hamilton, Cathleen Kaveny, Jeffrey Miller, Charles Pierce and David Warren comment on the academics’ letter to the New York Times about columnist Ross Douthat.

Fr Ray Blake, Michelle Boorstein and Anthony Faiola, Sidney Callahan, Catholic Register, Fr Raymond de Souza, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Damon Linker, the German synod fathers, Bishop Robert Lynch, Sandro Magister, Edward Peters, Christa Pongratz-Lippitt, the Tablet and Bishop Lucas Van Looy reflect on the family synod.

And inmates at Italy’s largest women’s jail have taken part in a flashmob in honour of Francis (video).

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