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Morning Catholic must-reads: 10/10/19

A Turkish milItary convoy is pictured in Kilis near the Turkish-Syrian border (CNS)

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Turkey’s offensive in northeastern Syria is “causing widespread panic” among local Christians, reports Dale Gavlak.

Pope Francis has thanked a Malaysian sultan for commuting death sentences against three Mexican brothers.

Austen Ivereigh and Sandro Magister comment on the Amazon synod.

Bishop Robert Barron, Elise Italiano Ureneck, Peter Kwasniewski, Bishop Fintan Monahan and Carl Trueman look ahead to Newman’s canonisation.

Jan-Werner Müller considers whether there are two types of Church moderniser.

Andrew Petiprin hails a “subversive” contemporary Catholic novel.

And Joseph Pearce explains why he believes Shakespeare was Catholic.

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