A migrant rests in a bus trunk waiting to leave Serbia for Croatia (AP)
A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
Governments must do more to stop refugees falling prey to human traffickers, Caritas Europe has said (full report).
Maronite Patriarch Bechara Rai has said “it is shameful that the Lebanese people should have to wait for years” while others choose the country’s next president.
A $5m (£3.7m, €4.5m) centre for Anglican pilgrims is to be built in Santiago de Compostela.
Patriarch Ignace Joseph III Younan says some European bishops are refusing to allow the Syriac Catholic Church to send priests to serve its overseas flock.
Jimmy Akin, Erasmus, Giles Fraser, Austen Ivereigh, Melanie McDonagh, Damian Thompson, Paul Vallely and Mark Woods ponder the meaning of Fr Jacques Hamel’s murder.
Patrick Reilly says Jesuits worldwide face a critical decision this autumn (Rose Gamble, Fr Hugh Somerville-Knapman).
And Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle has launched an app to help young Catholics live out their faith (app details).
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