A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
There is “overwhelming demand” for tickets to papal events in Ireland next month, according to organisers.
Archbishop Michel Aupetit has ruled that psychoanalyst Mgr Tony Anatrella can no longer exercise his priestly ministry (French report).
Priests have “no credibility” when it comes to marriage preparation, Cardinal Kevin Farrell has said.
Serbian Orthodox Patriarch Irinej has said that “the majority of the people” are opposed to a papal visit.
Carly-Anne Gannon asks if Catholic education can survive in Ireland.
Lucie Sarr reports on alleged Marian apparitions in Cameroon.
And Jared Staudt presents the Beer Option.
Follow me on Twitter @lukecoppen for updates throughout the day.