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Morning Catholic must-reads: 07/09/16

A priest holds a candle at a camp for the displaced in Irbil, northern Iraq (AP)

Chaldean Patriarch Louis Sako has said that “Christians are likely to become a token of exchange” in post-ISIS Iraq.

Bishops in Gabon have called for international mediation to resolve the crisis following last month’s disputed presidential election.

The Hungarian government has created a new department to aid persecuted Christians.

Pope Francis will address a forum on the global economy hosted by Time Inc in December.

Drone footage has revealed the earthquake damage to churches in Amatrice.

Jacalyn Duffin describes what she found when she examined the files of more than 1,400 miracle investigations in the Vatican archives.

And a Nigerian archbishop has urged the faithful to stop using their phones during sermons.

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