Morning Catholic must-reads
Cardinal Seán Brady has said he accepts an opinion poll which found that 76 per cent of Irish adults believe that he should resign from office.
Catholic employees at a Chinese factory making iPhones have accused the Church of failing to support migrant workers following a string of suicides since January.
Benedict XVI has urged future diplomats of the Holy See to be distinguished by their full adhesion to the Pope and the Magisterium (video).
Cardinal Francis George of Chicago is reportedly planning to lead a delegation to Cuba.
President Barack Obama has praised Sister Carol Keehan for her support in passing health care reform.
A video of the Christopher Hitchens-John Haldane debate in Oxford on the public role of religion is now online.
David Clohessy, executive director of SNAP, explains why he doesn’t accept the Pope’s latest apology for clerical abuse. Mathew Schmalz, a professor at the College of the Holy Cross, offers a different point of view.
Deacon Greg Kandra asks whether Hyundai is mocking the Catholic Church.
And Sherry Weddell discusses the rise of “socially Catholic” Protestants.