Fr Sean Finneagan has two fascinating pieces up today:
One which has just appeared is from Paix Liturgique which speaks about the desperate situation of practically all French dioceses, except Fréjus-Toulon, which are fast running out of priests, the more liberal have one priest serving 60 churches. The difference with Fréjus-Toulon is that it welcomes priests who celebrate both forms of the Roman Rite, consequently his seminary is full.
The other worthwhile read continues his excellent series on the Pope's invitation to Anglican's, in which he speaks about the difference in Catholic and Reformed belief. Basically, saying being Catholic is about accepting the Catholic Church's teaching rather than individual doctrines.