Morning Catholic must-reads: 21/11/13

SSPX members disrupted the interfaith ceremony at Buenos Aires cathedral (AP)

The Pope has reportedly denounced Catholics who disrupted a ceremony at Buenos Aires cathedral marking the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht.

Francis will join contemplatives in Eucharistic adoration at a monastery in Rome this evening as he marks Pro Orantibus Day.

Vatican Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi has said that because Pope Francis is being attacked both for being too liberal and too conservative “he’s probably on the right path“.

The fishing industry must stop exploiting migrant workers, the Vatican has said in a message marking World Fisheries Day (full text).

Composer James MacMillan explains why he’s decided to stop writing congregational music for the Catholic Church.

Alexander Chancellor argues that many Catholics are nurturing “unrealistic dreams” about Francis’s pontificate.

And L’Osservatore Romano has hailed Jackson Pollock for inspiring “a quantum leap in the history of American art”.

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