Morning Catholic must-reads: 03/11/11

Benedict XVI prays at the tomb of Pope John Paul I (CNS photo)

Benedict XVI prayed at the tombs of his predecessors, including Pope John Paul I and Blessed Pope John Paul II, on All Souls’ Day yesterday.

Archbishop José Luis Escobar Alas of San Salvador has said that climate change is the gravest problem currently facing humanity.

The Pilot, the oldest Catholic newspaper in the United States, has withdrawn an opinion piece suggesting that same-sex attraction may be caused by the Devil.

Two hundred nuns have joined a protest against a new coal-fired power plant on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines.

George Weigel says that the new English translation of the Roman Missal is “a golden opportunity to confront, and then break, some bad liturgical habits”.

Sixteen-year-old Latin expert Erik Baker says that parts of the new translation are “ridiculous“.

Dylan Parry experiences “one of the most profound moments of my entire life” at the London Oratory.

And Fr Ray Blake launches the Occupy Heaven movement.