Welcome back to the Trump edition of your weekly international edition of Morning Briefing, where we try to highlight a little of what's going on around the world.
First, from NCR yesterday after Trump's election:
Our editorial: In toxic campaign, Catholics may find the impetus for just action
From Michael Sean Winters: Catholic scholars react to Trump's election
From Jesuit Fr. Tom Reese: Catholics vote for Trump
And from Global Sisters Report:
Sisters try to find hope in the phrase 'President-elect Trump'
After Typhoon Haiyan, Mercy Sisters in Philippines rebuild school, hospital
Response from and implications for North America:
For Canadian Trade Insiders, Trump Is All Talk on Killing Nafta
Backs against the wall: Trump victory casts pall over Mexico
Military Drills Have Been Announced in Cuba After Donald Trump's Election Victory
What it will take for President Trump to deport millions and build the wall
What links Trump's victory and Brexit?
Britain's biggest fear realized – an isolationist US president
Ex-Royal Air Force Chief: War with Russia imminent if Trump drops NATO
After Trump and Brexit, populist tsunami threatens European mainstream
Europe's anti-immigrant leaders are taking Trump's show on the road
Europe's leaders cannot hide their nerves amid Trump congratulations
Europe to Trump: Don't give up on free trade
Yes, President Marine Le Pen is now more possible
Asia and the Middle East:
Across Asia, Targets of Trump Rhetoric Look to the Future
China state media warns Trump against isolationism, calls for status quo
Security in the Asia Pacific: the risks and ramifications of Trump's impulsive adventurism
Iran nuclear deal could collapse under Trump
And from Italy with love:
Italy's Next in the Crosshairs for Anti-Establishment Wave
Italy Approaches a Constitutional Reckoning
Italian law requiring children to take father's name 'unlawful'
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[Joshua J. McElwee is NCR Vatican correspondent. His email address is email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter: @joshjmac.]