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Morning Catholic must-reads: 15/11/19

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Chinese officials are “hounding” an underground bishop to join the state-approved Church, reports Fr Bernardo Cervellera (Ye Ling).

Pope Francis has named a new bishop for a scandal-ridden Indonesian diocese.

Archbishop Ian Ernest has been installed as the new director of Rome’s Anglican Centre.

Pope Francis has met an Anglican campaigner against “conversion therapy”.

Fr Raymond de Souza says the number of Jesuits worldwide is expected to fall by a third “to 10,000, by 2034”.

Ryszard Legutko asks why Western societies are “becoming ever more restrictive and dogmatic”.

And VM Traverso admires Vietnam’s Notre-Dame.

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