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A Mexican diocese has rescheduled Christmas Masses to avoid times with a “high risk” of violence.
A priest has apologised to an African American couple for burning a cross on their lawn when he belonged to the Ku Klux Klan.
Archbishop Mark Coleridge urges Catholics to “heal wounds and build bridges” after Australia’s same-sex marriage vote.
Bishop Crispian Hollis says he is sorry for endorsing the “appalling texts” of the current English Mass translation.
Marcin Rzegocki explains why he’s not excited by Poland’s plans to ban Sunday shopping.
And Mark Gray searches for the most Catholic place in America.
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The next Morning Catholic must-reads will be on Monday, December 18, because of Christmas deadlines.