Michael Sean Winters rounds up political news and commentary: Florida governor called a "sellout"; David Gibson on the "hysteria" that followed Pope Francis' decision to reintroduce restrictions on the Tridentine rite.
Distinctly Catholic: Pope Francis' determination to reform the Curia is showing signs of success. And every cardinal has gotten the message: Being a cardinal will not protect you from the consequences of your own actions.
Commentary: In an emboldened turn in Francis' papacy, the Vatican is opening criminal proceedings on July 27 against Cardinal Giovanni Becciu and nine other defendants on charges of embezzlement and other finance-related crimes.
Distinctly Catholic: As we react to restored Latin Mass restrictions, it is a time for charity toward one another, an openness to sharing divergent liturgical tastes, a commitment to renewing the unity of the church.