A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church

Cardinal Charles Bo has said that “stigmatising Aung San Suu Kyi and attacking her through media is not a long-term solution” to the Rohingya crisis.

Clerical abuse scandals may break out in Africa and Asia “in 30, 40 years’ time”, the co-author of a new study has said.

Order of Malta grand chancellor Albrecht von Boeselager has lost a court case against the Austrian Catholic website Kath.net.

Pope Francis has ended the so-called “Italian exception” by appointing a non-Italian as nuncio to Italy.

John Page argues that Liturgiam Authenticam must be withdrawn.

Rowan Williams says that readers of Dante’s Divine Comedy “are not meant to linger in Hell”.

And Sister Theresa Aletheia Noble explains why she “recently acquired a ceramic skull” for her desk.

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