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Morning Catholic must-reads: 12/01/18

Pope Francis meets bishops from Chile during their ad limina visit in February 2017 (CNS photo/L'Osservatore Romano)

Pope Francis may meet abuse victims privately in Chile, the Vatican has hinted (Dave Sherwood).

Nigerian police have rescued six kidnapped nuns.

A homeless man who called himself “God’s tramp” was given a Requiem Mass at the Vatican yesterday.

Cardinal John Onaiyekan says he is “waiting for Rome” to resolve the Ahiara crisis.

Deborah Castellano Lubov reveals that Pope Francis “doesn’t always appreciate journalists’ questions” during airborne press conferences.

Physicist Fr John Cunningham SJ considers why more scientists aren’t believers.

And 83-year-old Sister Frances Joseph Piazza explains why she works as a “baby cuddler”.

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