British Prime Minister David Cameron has said he wants to change the Act of Settlement, which bars the monarch from being or marrying a Catholic. Blogger Archbishop Cranmer says that the proposal is a “dog’s breakfast“.
As Rorate Caeli wonders if Benedict XVI will actually attend this month’s inter-religious meeting in Assisi, Zenit reports that the train that will take the Pope to the event has made a trial run.
Russell Saltzman argues that the Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests (SNAP) has become simply “a noisy little group that hates the Roman Catholic Church”.
And Laura Ziesel loses patience with Church leaders who speak in “Christianese“.
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