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Morning Catholic must-reads: 24/07/15

Iraqi refugees at a camp near the northern city of Erbil (CNS)

A Catholic university will open in Erbil, Iraq, this October.

Pope Francis has sent a message of support to a conference promoting HIV/Aids treatment.

The Diocese of Limburg is reportedly seeking compensation from the so-called “Bishop of Bling”, Bishop Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst.

Conor Gaffey investigates why so many Germans are leaving the Church.

David Gibson, Barbie Latza Nadeau, Kerry Weber and Fr John Zuhlsdorf reflect on the drop in the Pope’s approval ratings in America.

Fr Ray Blake says the Church is sometimes “a less caring employer” than the business world.

And Rome Reports explains why Francis isn’t taking a summer holiday.

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