Morning Catholic must-reads
An Italian priest testifies that Pius XII helped Jewish people during World War Two.
Jewish and Catholic theologians are meeting to discuss the environment.
John Allen looks at the unsung work of a group of bishops from Europe, the United States and Canada who visit the Middle East as part of a Vatican initiative known as the “Holy Land Coordination”.
First Things revisits the problem of theodicy after the Haiti earthquake.
Fr Peter Stravinskas makes a robust defence of the new English translation of the Mass.
Simon Tisdall says Christians in the Muslim world are becoming scapegoats for anger about the “crusader West”
William Lind examines “Pope Benedict’s Counter-Reformation“.
Roberta Green Ahmanson contrasts two starkly different London art exhibitions.
Gregor Kollmorgen tells you everything you ever wanted to know about the almuce but were afraid to ask.
And Fr John Zuhlsdorf laments the bias against Catholic priests on Celebrity Cruises.