Morning Catholic must-reads: 22/07/10

A visitor looks at a display at the Memory and Human Rights Museum in Santiago, Chile (AP Photo/Aliosha Marquez)

The Chilean bishops have urged the government to show clemency to those convicted of crimes under military rule in the 1970s and 80s.

Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez is considering revoking the licence of a Catholic television station.

The Patriarch of Moscow has urged Russian Orthodox clergy to evangelise through the blogosphere.

A police investigation into Archbishop Robert Zollitsch, president of the German bishops’ conference, has closed.

Mgr Andrew Summersgill, coordinator of the papal visit to Britain, says he hopes the trip will restore the confidence of British Catholics.

Hugh Hewitt says American Catholics owe a debt to Evangelical Christians.

Alice von Hildebrand critiques Christopher West’s teaching of the Theology of the Body.

Edward Pentin profiles the Holy See’s new man at the UN.

And Michael Triplett asks whether Rupert Murdoch killed Beliefnet.