Andrea Tornielli suggests that the next consistory for the creation of new cardinals will now take place next year.
Mgr Keith Newton, Ordinary of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, says that some priests are mistakingly advising those who want to enter the Catholic Church through the ordinariate to take the RCIA course instead.
John Allen asks why so many senior American Church leaders are Capuchins.
Sarah Pulliam Bailey interviews an AP reporter who returned to the Catholic faith after covering the abuse crisis.
And Fr Matthew Muñoz recalls the staunch faith of his grandfather, John Wayne.
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