Morning Catholic must-reads: 15/09/14

A bride smiles during the joint wedding ceremony in St Peter's last month (AP)

Christ’s love “is able to sustain” the love between a husband and wife, the Pope said as he witnessed the marriage of 20 couples yesterday (full text, full video).

In his Angelus address the Pope asked for prayers for UN peacekeepers starting their mission in the Central African Republic today (full text, full video).

Francis said we may be witnessing a “piecemeal” Third World War as he marked the centenary of the First World War on Saturday (full text, full video).

The Pope will preside over a three-day meeting of the Council of Cardinal Advisers beginning today (video).

The Russian Orthodox Church has halted dialogue with Finnish Lutherans over the issue of homosexuality.

America magazine endorses Cardinal Walter Kasper’s “modest proposal” on Communion for the remarried.

And Archbishop Charles Chaput gives two thumbs up to the Irish film Calvary.

Follow me on Twitter @lukecoppen for updates throughout the day.


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