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Morning Catholic must-reads: 02/12/16

Cardinal Müller: 'It is important ... to stay focused and objective and not to be driven into polemics' (AP)

Vatican doctrinal chief Cardinal Gerhard Müller has said that he is worried about “polarisation” over the dubia (original German text).

An excommunicated bishop has taken part in an episcopal ordination in China, reports Reuters.

Japan’s bishops have called for the abolition of nuclear power worldwide.

Cardinal Andrew Yeom Soo-jung of Seoul has urged Asian bishops to preach the Gospel “with respect, dedication, perseverance and humility”.

Scott Eric Alt, Ross Douthat, Karl Keating, Carl Olson, Padraig Wynne and Phyllis Zagano comment on Pope Francis, marriage and the dubia.

Fr Anthony Ruff asks what kind of seminarians Pope Francis wants.

And experts at a Vatican conference on artificial intelligence have discussed the possibility of people becoming 20 per cent human and 80 per cent machine.

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