A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
More than 1,000 people are expected to become Catholics in England and Wales this Easter.
The Church in Phnom Penh is preparing to baptise 154 adults.
Clergy abused 625 children between 1990 and mid-2018, the Polish Church has reported.
Germany’s bishops have agreed to a “binding synodal process” on abuse, celibacy and sexual morality.
Rocco Palmo says that Cardinal Pell’s imprisonment signals a “Dark Age” for the College of Cardinals.
Fr Joseph Illo wonders why California is spending “$200 million on suicide prevention in the same year it legalised suicide”.
And Fr John Henry Hanson describes the Armenian Catholic liturgy.
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