Europe’s bishops are unable to find a common position on the migrant crisis, the Council of European Bishops’ Conferences (CCEE) has concluded.
An Indian bishop was kidnapped and beaten by his own priests, according to police have reported.
A new Vatican magazine has hailed a “hidden revolution” in women’s roles in the Church.
John Gehring observes a “shift in culture and priorities” at the US bishops’ headquarters.
Brian Williams asks why other dioceses aren’t following the “Lincoln blueprint” for vocations.
Fr Dwight Longenecker urges Americans disturbed by the presidential election to “take the Amish option”.
And Bishop Robert Barron argues that Shakespeare is “mourning the fading of an integrated Catholic milieu” throughout his work.
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