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

Cardinal Reinhard Marx has said that, while patriotism is good, “nationalism is not Catholic”.

Archbishop William Goh of Singapore has described the Philadelphia grand jury report as “a wake-up call for us”.

Michael Cook, JD Flynn and Harriet Sherwood reflect on the Viganò affair.

Jonathan Heaps highlights “the central strangeness” of the Pope’s letter on the abuse crisis.

The Economist says that Christendom is facing it’s biggest split for 1,000 years.

Nicholas Clifford considers the Church’s future in China.

And Erin Kidd examines the religious imagery of artist Kara Walker.

Follow me on Twitter @lukecoppen for updates throughout the day.