Morning Catholic must-reads: 10/02/11

Cardinal Lubomyr Husar of Lviv, Ukraine (CNS photo by Bob Roller)

Cardinal Lubomyr Husar, head of the 4.5 million-member Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church, is expected to announce his resignation today.

Zenit offers the full text of Benedict XVI’s general audience on St Peter Canisius.

Rome Reports says that pilgrims will not need tickets for the beatification of John Paul II (video)

Zenit publishes the long-awaited full text of the Pope’s address to the Apostolic Signatura.

Cardinal Walter Kasper explains why he signed a 1970 petition calling for a reappraisal of priestly celibacy.

Bishop Kieran Conry of Arundel and Brighton says “there was a 50 per cent increase in favourability toward the Pope” following Benedict XVI’s visit to Britain.

Carolyn Moynihan, deputy editor of MercatorNet, considers the ethics of Live Action’s covert videos of Planned Parenthood staff.

And the Daily Mail claims that the Pope is disrupting Barcelona’s preparations for its crucial Champions League tie against Arsenal.