Morning Catholic must-reads
Anglican groups taking up the Pope’s offer must be received in a “slow, cautious and prudent” manner, the Catholic bishop responsible for the process in Australia has said.
The Catholic Church was the reason the film adaptation of Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy was cancelled, an actor has claimed.
Edward Pentin previews Pope Benedict’s 2010 visit to Britain.
The high court in Belfast has again ruled against Government guidance on abortion.
A record number of people have visited the shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe this year, reports Zenit.
A priest of the flagship Anglican Use parish in America weighs the impact of Anglicanorum coetibus.
Fr Dwight Longenecker explains what happens when Evangelicals find their way to the Catholic Church via Anglicanism.
Ed West notes the growth of Evangelical Christianity in Britain.
Headline Bistro wonders why Malthusian population theories never die.
David Brooks considers President Barack Obama’s debt to the Christian realism of Reinhold Niebuhr.
Ethicist Peter Singer argues that robots must have rights.
Fr Tim Finigan salutes an outstanding French bishop.
And the American Catholic focuses on a sermon by Newman on the Antichrist, delivered in Advent 1838.