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Morning Catholic must-reads: 25/11/16

Rwandan children at Saint-Famille church, the scene of many killings during the 1994 genocide (AP)

The Rwandan government has demanded a apology from the Vatican for Catholics’ role in the 1994 genocide.

Some six million Christians have reportedly emigrated from the Middle East in the past century.

Pope Francis is likely to visit India next year, a local Church leader has said.

A judge in Pakistan has imposed the death penalty on five people who burned a Christian couple alive.

Archbishop Piero Marini has been released from hospital.

Andrew Hamilton argues that the Amoris Laetitia debate has a 17th-century precedent.

And new Cardinal Anthony Soter Fernandez explains why he is nicknamed “No. 33”.

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