A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
Poland’s bishops have agreed to open the Cause of St John Paul II’s parents.
The Irish government has bowed to pressure to send a representative to Newman’s canonisation.
The bishops’ conference of Bangladesh has decided not to create a central office for child protection.
Charles Collins identifies “the real revolution” in Bishop Fritz Lobinger’s proposal to ordain married elders.
Fr Martìn Lasarte argues that the married priests debate “reveals engrained clericalism”.
John Allen asks if the Amazon synod will be Cardinal Ouellet’s swan song.
And a Romanian monastery is building a house for a family with 10 children.
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