The Council of Cardinal Advisers has met once again to modify the Vatican’s new constitution.
Cardinal Joseph Zen has said that he was monitored by Chinese agents during a trip to Fatima.
Fr Raymond de Souza argues that schism is “far more likely” in Germany than the United States.
Massimo Introvigne marks the first anniversary of the Vatican-China deal.
Daniel Johnson says it would require a miracle for the Church to embrace “the full implications of its recognition of Israel”.
James Walton reviews a BBC documentary “displaying the Catholic Church at its very best”.
And Mary Farrow explains why robots won’t replace priests.
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