Morning Catholic must-reads: 28/10/10

A tourist visits Antoni Gaudí's Sagrada Familia church in Barcelona (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez, file)

The Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí may be beatified in 2016 on the 90th anniversary of his death.

A teenage Mexican catechist who hoped to be a priest was among the 14 people murdered at a party in Ciudad Juarez.

Zenit publishes the full text of yesterday’s general audience address on St Bridget of Sweden (general audience video).

The Pope has appealed for aid to be sent to the disaster-stricken countries of Indonesia and Benin.

Inside Catholic reports that Jody Bottum is no longer the editor of First Things.

Fr Michael Holman SJ, provincial superior of the British Jesuits, has been named the new principal of Heythrop College in London.

German director Wim Wenders is thinking of turning the clerical abuse scandal into a film.

Canadian abuse victims have said they are entitled to some of the proceeds from a stadium Mass in honour of the canonisation of Brother André Besette.

The bishops of Argentina have expressed their condolences following the death of former president Néstor Kirchner.

John Allen analyses the row between Israeli officials and participants in the recent Synod of Bishops for the Middle East.

Catholics and Humanists have held a groundbreaking dialogue in London following the Pope’s visit to Britain.

An Australian Catholic convert who overcame an addiction to pornography has created a website to help others do the same.

And an American Sister is preparing to auction the most sought-after baseball card in the world.