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Morning Catholic must-reads: 11/02/15

Indian policemen look on as Christians protest against a spate of attacks on churches in New Delhi (AP)

Extremists attacking churches in India are using the same tactics as the Nazis, a bishop has said.

Security forces foiled an attempt to assassinate Pope Francis during his visit to the Philippines, according to reports.

Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission may ask the Vatican to repeal papal bulls granting explorers the right to conquer the New World.

The US Catholic Relief Services has denied taking part in a “graphic sexuality education programme” aimed at Rwandan children.

Fr Frank Desiderio says the breakthrough in Archbishop Oscar Romero’s Cause shows the Church’s centre has “shifted south of the equator”.

Archbishop Samuel Aquila argues that Fifty Shades of Grey is “degrading, violent and anything but romantic”.

And Bishop Soane Patita Paini Mafi of Tonga says he is “apprehensive” about becoming the world’s youngest cardinal on Saturday.

Follow me on Twitter @lukecoppen for updates throughout the day.