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Morning Catholic must-reads: 16/01/18

Pope Francis sits next Archbishop Stanislaw Gadecki, president of the Polish bishops conference, during a meeting with Poland's bishops at the cathedral in Krakow, Poland (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

Putting personal security before the needs of refugees “has little to do with Christianity”, Polish Archbishop Stanisław Gądecki has said.

Metropolitan Hilarion has described Western Europe’s gender policies as “an enormous tragedy”.

Gunmen have killed a Coptic Christian in northern Sinai.

Victor Gaetan meets Hong Kong’s new shepherd.

Gianni Valente asks why Argentines are calling Francis a “traitor pope” on social media.

Edward Peters considers whether the Petrine Privilege is an exception to Church teaching on indissolubility.

And Fr Reginald Foster reflects on his life-long battle to save Latin.

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