A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
Bolivia’s presidential election is being marred by “obvious signs of fraud”, the president of the country’s bishops’ conference has said.
The Vatican Financial Information Authority has expressed support for its suspended director.
The Chaldean patriarchate has said it fears that further violence will engulf Iraq tomorrow.
Fr Raymond de Souza argues that a “deliberate ambiguity” stoked the Amazon statue controversy.
Dan Hitchens identifies “the big story of contemporary Catholicism”.
John Cavadini recalls Dorothy Day’s battle against “pious pap”.
And Carol Rumens says The Dream of Gerontius reveals Newman’s “sheer likability”.
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