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Morning Catholic must-reads: 05/06/19

The faithful attend morning Mass in Kano, northern Nigeria (Getty)

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Nigeria’s bishops have called for an “urgent intervention” to tackle rising insecurity.

Between 1950 and 1980 there were abuse allegations against three Taizé brothers, prior Frère Alois has disclosed (French full text).

Cardinal Daniel DiNardo has been accused of reassigning a priest who allegedly manipulated a woman into a sexual relationship.

Pope Francis has reportedly expressed frustration at the breakdown in relations between Moscow and Constantinople.

John Allen says “the plug was pulled” on a question about McCarrick at Sunday’s papal press conference.

Inés San Martín asks if the Pope will finally visit Argentina next April.

And archaeologists may have discovered one of the world’s oldest churches in Egypt.

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