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Morning Catholic must-reads: 25/11/19

Pope Francis greets the crowd at the baseball stadium in Nagasaki (CNS)

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South Korea has reportedly invited Pope Francis to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at the end of his Japan visit.

An estimated 6,000 people attended a Eucharistic procession in Sydney on Sunday (Peter Rosengren).

Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta has said he will return voluntarily to Argentina (full Italian text).

Brooklyn Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio has said he was “amazed” that Pope Francis was aware of “the false accusation made against me” during his ad limina visit (full text).

CNN investigates “predator priest” Fr Luk Delft.

John Cavadini argues that “Benedict introduced and Francis has developed” a “new conception of leadership”.

And Kim Kardashian has said she was “moved” by the witness of Sister Helen Prejean.

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