A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
Cardinal Walter Kasper advised the Pope on his letter to German Catholics, reports Lucas Wiegelmann (German text).
Zambia’s bishops are launching a Catholic television station.
George Weigel argues that the historical narrative that “modernity acts, Catholicism simply reacts” is wrong.
Phil Lawler asks who benefits from talk of schism.
Stephen Schmalhofer describes Henry James’s encounter with Michelangelo’s Pietà.
And Bishop Robert Barron explains how he bluffed his way into Henri de Lubac’s funeral.
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