Congolese bishops have threatened to withdraw from a national dialogue forum if Joseph Kabila seeks a third presidential term.
The Focolare movement has inspired a clan in Cameroon to embrace women’s equality.
Coptic Pope Tawadros II has insisted that his support for President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi’s efforts to improve Egypt’s image abroad is “not political”.
The Archdiocese of Mexico has denied reports that it reinstated a priest who confessed to raping 30 girls.
Caritas Syria’s Sandra Awad says citizens are being treated like a football by major powers.
Massimo Faggioli names the winners and losers of Vatican II (video).
And Karl Gustel Wärnberg offers a theology of sleep.
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