Today’s Catholic must-reads: 08/09/10

Pope Benedict pictured at today's general audience

Pope Benedict XVI offered a preview of the message he is bringing to Britain at his general audience today.

Cardinal Godfried Danneels has said that he made a “most serious error” when he failed to urge Bishop Roger Vangheluwe to resign immediately.

Pope Benedict praised Mozart’s Requiem after a concert in his honour held by the Pontifical Academy of Science last night.

The Pope has welcomed the creation of the first Catholic university in Sweden since 1477.

The new Master General of the Dominican order has given his first interview.

Richard Dawkins and other leading British atheists tell the New Humanist what they would like to say to the Pope.

Austen Ivereigh says that Geoffrey Robertson’s case against recognising the Holy See as a state contains a fundamental error.

Louise Stanton, the British High Commissioner to Malta, explains why she is looking forward to the papal visit.

The Scotsman meets the “most influential Scot in the Holy See”.

And Eric Sammons suggests some “rules of engagement” for Catholics on the internet.