A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
All 10 Raphael tapestries depicting the lives of Ss Peter and Paul will be displayed in the Sistine Chapel for the first time since 1983.
The Diocese of Buffalo has announced the closure of its seminary.
Christians throughout Nigeria have staged protests against rising persecution.
Andrea Gagliarducci says we should expect something other than “doctrinal changes” from the Pope’s Amazon exhortation.
RR Reno asks if “fraternal Catholicism” or “paternal Catholicism” is better equipped for the 21st-century.
And Ed Langlois explains how an Oregon Catholic newspaper has survived thanks to “small miracles”.
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