A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church

Catholics and Jews have gone from enemies to friends, Pope Francis said at his general audience today on the 50th anniversary of Nostra Aetate (full video).

A mortar shell has landed on a Catholic church in Aleppo during Mass without injuring those inside.

Fr Jacques Mourad has spoken to the BBC about his ordeal at the hands of ISIS (video).

A majority of American Catholics believe that divorced and remarried should be allowed to receive Holy Communion, according to the Pew Research Center.

A Peruvian court has sentenced a priest to 35 years in prison for child abuse.

John Allen says two new episcopal appointments in Italy show “Francis is leading a ‘pastoral revolution'”.

A Question of Faith, Cardinal Baselios Cleemis, Commonweal, Bishop Bernard Fellay, Fr Tim Finigan, Andrea Gagliarducci, Sandro Magister, Taylor Marshall, Fr James Martin SJ, Roberto de Mattei, Robert Mickens, Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Russell Shaw, John Smeaton, Michael Sean Winters and Caroline Wyatt reflect on the synod.

And Joseph Pearce argues that the BBC is seeking to write Christianity out of history.

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