Morning Catholic must-reads: 14/01/11

An image of yesterday's diaconal ordination of the three former Anglican bishops. They will be the first members of the world's first ordinariate (still from video by James Bradley)

James Bradley reports on the ordination of three former Anglican bishops to the diaconate last night (video).

Archbishop Leo Jun Ikenaga of Osaka has accused the Neocatechumenal Way of causing “confusion, conflict, division and chaos” in Japan.

Nine bishops from North America and Europe have urged the international community to promote peace in the Middle East at the end of a five-day meeting in the Holy Land.

Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, chief rabbi of Efrat, in the West Bank, met Benedict XVI on Wednesday and asked for his help in promoting Jewish-Christian understanding in Israel.

John Allen previews the imminent announcement of John Paul II’s beatification.

Cristina Odone criticises the Archdiocese of Westminster’s approach to the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School.

Fr Andrew Apostoli wades into the ongoing controversy over the Third Secret of Fatima.

And Jeffrey Tucker outlines five changes Catholic should expect with the New Missal.