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Morning Catholic must-reads: 18/05/16

A digital clock counts down to the opening of World Youth Day in Kraków's main square (CNS)

Young people visiting Kraków for World Youth Day face “no danger”, Cardinal Stanisław Dziwisz has said.

Archbishop Paulino Lukudu Loro of Juba has urged the people of South Sudan to overcome their tribal differences.

Corruption is an “endemic canker” in Ghana, bishops’ conference chairman Bishop Joseph Osei-Bonsu has said.

Anglican and Catholic theologians are expected to publish the first ARCIC III document this autumn.

David Gibson suggests three ways the commission on women deacons will change Catholicism.

Sherry Weddell asks why “significant numbers of Muslims” are becoming Christians.

And a priest has returned to the Chilean city where he used to play as a professional footballer.

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