A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
The Council of Cardinal Advisers has met once again to modify the Vatican’s new constitution.
Cardinal Joseph Zen has said that he was monitored by Chinese agents during a trip to Fatima.
Fr Raymond de Souza argues that schism is “far more likely” in Germany than the United States.
Massimo Introvigne marks the first anniversary of the Vatican-China deal.
Daniel Johnson says it would require a miracle for the Church to embrace “the full implications of its recognition of Israel”.
James Walton reviews a BBC documentary “displaying the Catholic Church at its very best”.
And Mary Farrow explains why robots won’t replace priests.
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