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Morning Catholic must-reads: 21/09/18

Cardinal Timothy Dolan speaks during the autumn general assembly of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops in Baltimore (CNS photo/Bob Roller)

Cardinal Timothy Dolan has asked an independent investigator to “leave no stone unturned” in a review of abuse allegations in New York archdiocese.

The Pope will visit Uganda again in July, according to local media.

A French priest has been found dead after an assault claim.

Claire Giangravè explains why a Rome hospital is pitting American Catholics against the Vatican.

Metropolitan Hilarion reflects on the future of Christianity in Europe.

George Weigel says a bad deal with China deal would be “far worse than no deal” (Gladden Pappin and Adrian Vermeule).

And Joseph Pearce reviews a book that will “tax the patience of the most enthusiastic Chestertonian”.

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