Anglican and Catholic bishops from 19 countries have begun a “historic pilgrimage” from Canterbury to Rome (Bishop Donald Bolen, photos).
Church leaders have urged authorities to recognise “Syriac” as an ethnicity in the Iraqi constitution.
A Brazilian woman has made her First Holy Communion aged 101.
Cardinal Robert Sarah says that “God is silence”.
The Nineteen Sixty-four blog argues that there is no statistical basis for regarding Pope Francis as a failure.
Fr Antonio Spadaro names the central question at this week’s Jesuit General Congregation.
And Anthony Esolen lists the 10 greatest Catholic novels of the 20th century.
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The next Morning Catholic must-reads will be on Thursday, October 6.
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