Editor's Notebook — Homeless to tour Vatican museums; stolen chalices; Synod debate heating up; Should you watch AD: The Bible Continues?

Editor's Notebook — Homeless to tour Vatican museums; stolen chalices; Synod debate heating up; Should you watch AD: The Bible Continues? A look at the Catholic headlines for March 25, 2015

Editor's Notebook — Pope to visit U.N. Sept. 25; Louis and Zelie Martin canonization miracle approved; Australian archbishop under fire for abuse A look at the Catholic headlines for March 18, 2015

Editor's Notebook — Pakistanis protest blasts at Christian churches; 8 detained for attacks on nun; Dolce & Gabbana face boycott; 7.5 Americans have 'lost religion'

Editor's Notebook — Pakistanis protest blasts at Christian churches; 8 detained for attacks on nun; Dolce & Gabbana face boycott; 7.5 Americans have 'lost religion' A look at the top Catholic headlines for March 16, 2015

Editor's Notebook: Two new U.S. bishops; 24 hours for the Lord; day of prayer/fasting for Syria; LA Congress

Editor's Notebook: Two new U.S. bishops; 24 hours for the Lord; day of prayer/fasting for Syria; LA Congress A run-down of the latest Catholic headlines for March 12, 2015

Editor's Notebook: Beatification date for Archbishop Romero; Pope Francis to hear confessions on anniversary; how to support Middle East Christians

Editor's Notebook: Beatification date for Archbishop Romero; Pope Francis to hear confessions on anniversary; how to support Middle East Christians A run-down of the latest Catholic headlines for March 11, 2015

Editor's Notebook — Cardinal O'Malley on his '60 Minutes' interview; the Church can't ignore Africa; With Pope confirmed to attend World Meeting of Families, Philly Catholics are thinking big

Editor's Notebook — Pope Francis calls for peace in the Holy Land; Chicago welcomes new archbishop; online debate about future of Church.

Editor's Notebook — Pope Francis confirms trip to Philly; 'Humanum' conference underway at Vatican; Cardinal George gives exit interviews

Editor's Notebook — Pope: Being a 'half-way Christian' is not acceptable; Brittany Maynard and a new end-of-life debate Church & civil marriage; Church protests brutal murder of Pakistani Christians

Editor's Notebook — NY church closings, Brittany Maynard, All Saints and Souls, and a generous donation

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