Irish innovation, Alabama lawsuit and Mozart's Papal honour

An Irish priest suggests jointly-run schools, in Rome a cardinal said Vatican II was not a break in tradition, in America four bishops are suing Alabama over immigration laws and in China underground priests remain in custody.On a lighter note, Mozart has received a belated Papal honour.

Pope plans radical changes to Irish church (Irish Central)

Underground Chinese priests in custody (Ucanews)

Irish cleric suggests jointly run Protestant-Catholic schools (Kerryman)

China rejects Papal authority (ABC)

Mozart's Papal honour (Australian)

Cardinal says Vatican II was not a break in Church's tradition (CNA)

Dutch probe 1950s deaths at Catholic institution (Wall Street Journal)

Bishops sue the state of Alabama (Australian)

Church tells Aquino talks are off (Ucanews)

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