Morning Catholic must-reads: 07/11/14

Cardinal Tauran speaks at the UN headquarters in New York in 2008 (CNS)

The United Nations should consider “challenging Pakistan over its blasphemy law”, Vatican Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran has said.

Francis will visit his homeland in 2016, according to Argentine human rights activist Estela de Carlotto.

The Pope has laicised an Argentine priest serving a 14-year sentence for child abuse.

Rocco Palmo says the Pope’s relationship with his bishops is “a key storyline” of Francis’s reign.

John Allen suggests observers are missing the true “earthquake” of this pontificate.

Robert Clemm explains why author Philip Jenkins regards the First World War as a “thoroughly religious event”.

And the Telegraph presents 10 eye-popping treasures from the Vatican.

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