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Morning Catholic must-reads: 09/06/17

Students sing the national anthem during a meeting with Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro (AP)

Venezuela’s bishops have presented the Pope with a dossier of deaths at anti-government protests.

Vietnam’s bishops have expressed alarm at a new law on religion.

South Korea’s Catholic population has risen to 5.6 million, according to new figures.

Al-Azhar University has admitted its first Christian student.

Archbishop Charles Chaput says that consigning the Devil “to myth inevitably sets in motion our same treatment of God”.

Fr Michael Kelly SJ hails a new commentary that “shifts the goal posts” for the Church in China.

And Justin McClain explains how the Angelus can change the world.

Follow me on Twitter @lukecoppen for updates throughout the day.