Editor's Notebook — Pope Paul VI to be beatified, Boston Archdiocese offers alternative to 'black mass,' morality clauses cause a stir, and Pope Francis on the holy spirit.

In his daily Mass homily this morning, Pope Francis said “Who are we to close the doors” to the Holy Spirit?

He also announced over the weekend that he will beatify Pope Paul VI at the end of the extraordinary synod on the family this October.

NPR talks to Marie Collins, a survivor of clergy sexual abuse, who serves on the Vatican's sexual abuse commission. 

From Frank Bruni in the NY Times: Lessons in Catholic judgment. And the other side of the story is here. 

At First Things: Why Latinos are leaving the Church. 

The Archdiocese of Boston plans to counter planned “black mass” this evening with a Eucharistic procession. Though Harvard did not make the organization cancel the event, this woman will be at the procession. 

Also, from Francis Phillips: what a black mass really is.

Gretchen R. Crowe is editor of OSV Newsweekly. Follow her on Twitter @GretchenOSV.