Morning Catholic must-reads: 25/10/12

Hans Küng pictured in his office in Tübingen (CNS)

Theologian Hans Küng has announced that he will retire from the “big stage” in March on his 85th birthday.

The Catholic school board in Calgary, Canada, has said it will review its decision to deny human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccinations in its schools.

A mother in the United States has attributed the “miraculous” recovery of her newborn baby to the intercession of the Venerable Fulton Sheen.

The Church has a opened a new home for the disabled, dedicated to Padre Pio, and a dispensary in Madagascar.

Phil Lawler says the Pope’s surprise announcement of a new consistory raises three intriguing questions.

The Catholic News Service and Rocco Palmo profile Cardinal-designate Luis Antonio Tagle, the 55-year-old Filipino rising star nicknamed “the golden child”.

And Kevin Symonds notes that the Holy See has beefed up the quantity of Catholic social teaching on its website.

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