Morning Catholic must-reads: 21/01/14

Cardinal Óscar Rodríguez Maradiaga pictured in Rome last March (AP)

Cardinal Óscar Rodríguez Maradiaga has urged doctrinal watchdog Cardinal-designate Gerhard Ludwig Müller to “be a bit flexible” on contested issues.

Seven Indian Christians were killed and some 4,000 were attacked in 2013, a new report has said.

More than 6,000 pages of documents related to the Archdiocese of Chicago’s handling of clerical abuse will be released today.

Dan Martin meets the “bookish” Jesuit priest who Malaysian Muslims have burned in effigy.

William Kilpatrick asks if Pope Francis is fundamentally mistaken about the nature of Islam.

The Economist welcomes the Vatican’s decision to introduce “a fixed price list for sainthood services“.

And Rabbi Jaakov Spizzichino explains the difficulties of turning the Pope’s dining room into a kosher establishment for a day.

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