Morning Catholic must-reads
The Magi knew the limitations of science, Pope Benedict XVI said in his Epiphany homily yesterday.
Mgr Guido Marini, the Papal Master of Ceremonies, has urged priests not to allow the liturgy to become a source of conflict.
Vatican Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran has called on Saudi Arabia to allow Christians to build churches.
Six Coptic Christians were killed in a drive-by shooting outside their church in Egypt on Christmas Eve.
Robert Spencer claims that Google favours Islam over Christianity.
Four priests in central Mexico have resigned after breaking their celibacy vows.
The New York Times reports that Bart Stupak is ready for a final showdown over abortion in the healthcare reform bill.
The Washington Post debates whether blasphemy should be a crime.
Jeffrey Tucker offers parishes a plan for radically improving liturgical music.
A new liturgical blog is launched.
Joanna Bogle wonders why Catholics in England and Wales only had nine days of Christmas.
And Fr Z looks into his crystal ball and makes predictions for 2010.