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Morning Catholic must-reads: 16/05/17

A man is seen in 2012 walking through a Catholic church destroyed during the civil war in Mogadishu, Somalia (CNS)

The international community must take a “unified approach” to helping Somalia, the Apostolic Administrator of Mogadishu has said.

Ghana’s Catholic bishops have praised the country’s president for seeking to stop illegal mining.

South Korean Catholics are leading the push to end the country’s reliance on nuclear power.

Jeannie Gaffigan says that being diagnosed with a brain tumour strengthened her faith (Jim Gaffigan).

Beth Haile reflects on the moral pitfalls of middle-class life (David Cloutier).

Don Johnson explains how teaching the Bible to atheists led him to the Catholic Church.

And Russian officials have asked Patriarch Kirill to sprinkle holy water on computers in an effort to repel a ransomware virus.

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