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Morning Catholic must-reads: 15/11/17

A soldier near the village of Mabass, northern Cameroon (Getty)

Cardinal Christian Tumi has accused France of seeking to “wipe out” “Anglo-Saxon culture” in Cameroon.

A Jesuit is reportedly among the frontrunners to be the next Archbishop of Paris (German report).

The Diocese of Parramatta has said it “respects the will of the Australian people” on same-sex marriage.

The US bishops have voted to approve the Cause of Black Elk.

Rocco Palmo, Michael Sean Winters and George Weigel comment on the US bishops’ pro-life committee election.

Mgr Michel Schooyans argues that “neo-casuists” are imperilling the Church.

And J-P Mauro explains why he holds doors open for people.

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