Morning Catholic must-reads: 15/10/10

Cardinal Oscar Rodríguez Maradiaga (CNS photo/Michael Alexander, Georgia Bulletin)

Honduran Cardinal Oscar Rodríguez Maradiaga is considering moving to a safer location after a bullet was shot into his office.

Two Muslim participants spoke at the Synod of Bishops for the Middle East yesterday.

Unknown assailants have shot dead a local employee of Caritas-Switzerland in Haiti.

Benedict XVI will visit Venice next May.

The Vatican reportedly asked French President Nicolas Sarkozy not to bring his wife to meet the Pope.

Zenit interviews Bishop Paul Hinder, Vicar Apostolic of Arabia, whose diocese covers 1.2 million square miles.

Fr Robert Barron is dismayed by “beige Catholicism” (video).

Fr Bevil Bramwell explores what it means to govern in the Church today.

And Fr John Hunwicke SSC says the new Ordinariate for Britain needs a decent name.