Morning Catholic must-reads: 29/11/11

The Pope speaks to Italian students about the environment in the Paul VI Audience Hall (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

Benedict XVI urged 10,000 young people to be guardians of creation during an audience in the Paul VI Hall yesterday (video).

The doctrinal preamble presented by the Holy See to the Society of St Pius X is “is a document which can be clarified and modified“, Bishop Bernard Fellay, the superior general of the SSPX, has claimed.

The Syrian government has ordered the Italian Jesuit Fr Paolo dall’Oglio to leave the country.

Police in the Sri Lankan city Colombo have arrested a member of Mother Teresa’s order on suspicion of child trafficking – a charge that she denies.

The author and mother of eight Danielle Bean is to take over the leadership of the Catholic Digest.

Robert Fay says that novelist David Foster Wallace considered becoming a Catholic before he took his life.

And Fr James Martin SJ goes in search of Protestant humour.