A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
The first Mass since fire broke out in April will be celebrated at Notre-Dame on June 15.
Indian police have exhumed the body of a bishop who died in a car crash in December.
Bishop Antoine Hérouard explains his new role overseeing Lourdes.
Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins and Anton Jäger argue that populism is “a religious backlash”.
Mélinée Le Priol reports on the clash between the Vatican and a community of French nuns.
Steve Skojec says we should “reserve judgment” on Jonathan Morris as he leaves the priesthood.
And Los Angeles archdiocese has underlined its support for Sisters engaged in a long-running dispute with Katy Perry.
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