A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
Repression in Burma’s Kachin State is an “appalling scar on the conscience of my country”, Cardinal Bo has said.
An Indian Jesuit accused of treason has called the charge “a complete concoction”.
Bishop Richard Malone of Buffalo has dismissed calls to resign over his handling of abuse cases.
Archbishop Mark Coleridge says that US Catholicism may have to become “a humbler church”.
Mark Gray asks if, in statistical terms, the US abuse crisis has peaked.
Geoffrey Boisi, Commonweal, Greg Daly, James Gagliano, Fr John Hunwicke, Phil Lawler, Roberto de Mattei, Edward Peters, Francesco Sisci, Damian Thompson and Andrea Tornielli comment on the Viganò letter.
And Jonathan Liedl profiles “Catholic Guy” Lino Rulli.
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