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Morning Catholic must-reads: 22/11/19

Pope Francis speaks during a meeting with priests, religious, seminarians and catechists in Tha Kham, Thailand (CNS)

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The Pope has urged priests and religious in Thailand to “continue inculturating the Gospel”.

Vatican Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta has criticised an Argentine prosecutor’s appeal for his arrest (full Italian text).

Caritas has expressed dismay after its former representative in the Central African Republic was exposed as an abuser.

Three men have reportedly broken into the Ecumenical Patriarch’s residence in Istanbul.

A “disreputable” Swiss bank “triggered an internal dispute” between the Secretariat of State and Vatican financial authorities, reports the Catholic News Agency.

The Economist says the Holy See risks “being reduced once more to the status of an international financial pariah” (Fr Thomas Reese SJ).

And Joseph Wade reviews Terrence Malick’s new film about Franz Jägerstätter.

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