Pope asks 'Who is the Church?' Iraqi Archbishop speaks

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Pope's boyhood home now historic site, Slovakia puts marriage in constitution; Communion for mixed-denomination marriage, US gun farce, Florida abortion change, Pius XII book, Corpus Christi.

Pope on Corpus Christi: Jesus in the Eucharist gives life, love (The Catholic Weekly)

Couples from different churches say they are models for Christian unity (Catholic News Service)

US Presbyterians to allow clergy to perform gay weddings (BBC)

Pope's boyhood home declared historic site (Catholic News Service)

Identical twin priest where higher calling is often heard (The New York Times)

While Pope Francis rages over inequality, a cardinal builds a Vatican penthouse (The Washington Post)

Slovakia enshrines true marriage in nation's Constitution (LifeSiteNews)

Guns Outrage Again in US (America)

Guns and the mentally ill: a lethal combination, but inevitable? (Catholic News Service)

Should the Pope push through the canonisation of Pius XII? (The Catholic Herald)

Foreign Intervention Not the Answer - Archbishop of Baghdad (Catholic Communications/Archdiocese of Sydney)

Pope appeals for peace in Iraq, announces plans to visit Albania (Catholic News Service)

Christians asked to 'register' with the ISIS in Iraq under dhimmi contracts (The Spectator)

Pope's programme released for Apostolic Journey to Korea (Vatican Radio)

Florida: Law Bans Abortion Based on Fetus's Ability to Survive (The New York Times)

Canada: Privatizing the prison chaplain: A view from the inside (CBC)

Convicted singer of Christian metal band As I Lay Dying comes out as an atheist (The Washington Post)


This week's Papal Audience: The Church is our mother (Catholic News Service/YouTube)

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