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Pope Benedict’s landmark meeting with the Irish bishops got underway yesterday (video).

We are led to believe the Pope has done nothing about priestly abuse, says David Quinn, when, in fact, he has said and done quite a lot.

The Diocese of Middlesbrough has appealed against a ruling that it was responsible for physical and sexual abuse at a Catholic children’s home.

Neil Addison, a barrister and expert on religious freedom, names the best articles to have come out the Pope Equality Bill furore.

Archbishop Vincent Nichols of Westminster received an honorary doctoral degree from Birmingham City University yesterday.

The theologian Fr Aidan Nichols OP answers the critics of the Catholic Church in his new book.

John Smeaton of SPUC urges the English and Welsh bishops to “cease their collaboration on pro-life/pro-family issues with the Government“.

The Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei has issued some “important clarifications” of the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum.

Radio Prague profiles the city’s new archbishop, while the Prague Daily Monitor says he hopes to settle long-running Church-state disputes.

Established missionaries in Haiti are suspicious of the wave of newcomers, the New York Times reports.

Bishops from across the Americas are gathering in Canada to discuss the challenges of priestly life.

American Catholics of all ages believe moral values are in decline, a new survey says.

Michael Sean Winters hails the creators of a new billboard campaign in Georgia linking abortion and race.

The Church is to advise priests not to perform weddings on cruise ships.

David Blackburn of the Spectator says L’Osservatore Romano’s list of “pop milestones” is surprisingly hip.

And Yahoo! Sports hails the champion speedskater who became a nun.

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