A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church

Latin Patriarch Fouad Twal has said he doesn’t agree “with the use of the term ‘genocide of Christians'” in the Middle East.

Thousands of people will be received into the Catholic Church in America this Saturday evening.

Archbishop Georg Gänswein has said he is convinced Pope Francis “will continue on the path of his predecessors” on Communion for the remarried.

Workers have placed a gold dome on a new Russian Orthodox cathedral near the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

Bishop Bernard Fellay says he finds it hard to understand Pope Francis’s “benevolence” towards the SSPX.

Cardinal Peter Turkson argues that Laudato Si’ is “a thoroughly social encyclical”.

And former Lutheran pastor Russell Saltzman explains why he is becoming a Catholic.

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