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Ousted Vatican auditor may be an enigma, but he’s hardly alone

It’s sometimes difficult to know quite what to make of Libero Milone, the former auditor general of the Vatican, who was ousted in 2017 and who’s tried ever since to present himself as a martyr for the cause of reform.
By John L. Allen Jr., Angelus News


In Baltimore, subtle signs of a change of era for U.S. bishops

By Pablo Kay, Angelus News


Questions about Synodal Path dominate German bishops' 'ad limina'

By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service


Visiting his family, pope celebrates feast of Christ the King

By Catholic News Service


An invitation to excellence: New USCCB president on unity, the Eucharist and holiness

By Michael R. Heinlein, Our Sunday Visitor

India set for decennial exposition of St. Francis Xavier's relics

By Ben Joseph, La Croix International

Pope tells patriarch Catholics are ready for a common Easter date

By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service

The school-to-clinic pipeline

By Leor Sapir, City Journal

Group meets at State Department to seek release of Eritrean bishop

By Kurt Jensen, Catholic News Service

A 65-foot-tall sculpture of Frei Damião, a major folk saint in the Northeast of Brazil, was unveiled on November 14 in Canafístula, a district in the city of Palmeira dos Índios in Alagoas State. Read more from Eduardo Campos Lima, Crux (Courtesy of Ranilson Viana via Crux)

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