A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
Australian Archbishop Philip Wilson has won an appeal against a landmark conviction for failing to report abuse allegations.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has suggested that people should “kill” bishops critical of his government.
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle urges the world’s governments to back a global compact on migration.
Inés San Martín speaks to the bishop facing “a government campaign to bring him down”.
George Weigel says February’s abuse summit in Rome must avoid “some pitfalls”.
Brandon Sanchez considers the fate of the church where Dorothy Day worshipped.
And Anne Carpenter reflects on the “madness” of Charles Péguy.
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