A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
A poll has found that a quarter of US Catholics have reduced their Mass attendance because of the abuse crisis (full report).
The Vatican bank’s profits fell in 2018.
Rick Santorum has endorsed a new payment platform for Catholics (press release).
Robert George responds to Fr James Martin on the Vatican’s new gender theory document.
Napa Institute co-founder Tim Busch discusses McCarrick, Viganò and a wine inspired by Pope Francis.
Kevin Tierney explains how to pray “for somebody you don’t like”.
And Anthony E Clark says that early Chinese Catholics “often ignited strings of firecrackers” at the Elevation.
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