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Morning Catholic must-reads: 14/10/16

Jesuit delegates attend the opening Mass of their general congregation on October 2 (CNS)

The Jesuits are expected to elect their new leader today.

A rocket has hit a school in Aleppo’s Christian quarter, “killing at least four children, the city’s apostolic vicar has said.

The King of Bahrain has donated land for a Coptic church.

Archbishop Charles Chaput urges Hillary Clinton’s campaign team to repudiate “contemptuously anti-Catholic emails”.

Michael Novak argues that the Catholic parish is “the birthplace of the dream of equality in Western civilisation”.

Josephine McKenna meets the Vatican Museums’ chief key keeper.

And Rome Reports captures the moment Pope Francis joked about whether Catholics or Lutherans are superior.

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