Daily Archives: October 4, 2011

Padre Pio and Pope John Paul II become protagonists in children’s comic

Padre Pio of Pietrelcina and Pope John Paul II return to their childhoods to become the protagonists for this comic. It’s called “Piucci and Lolek” and meant to send ideas with positive values to children.

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The Church of England will ordain women as Bishops.

Women Bishops at the 1988 Lambeth Conference  Women are another step closer to gaining the right to be ordained bishops. The step forward was made by the Church of England when two more of its dioceses, Peterborough and Rippon and … Continue reading

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Francis of Assisi preaching to birds

Today, the Church commemorates the great Saint Francis of Assisi, who is widely known as a lover of all mankind and animals. The legend of his famous sermon to the birds says (Source Here): Father Francis and his companions were … Continue reading

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Our Guardian Angels

The Feast of the Guardian Angels (2nd October) fell on a Sunday this year and thus hasn’t received the prominence it would otherwise have done. In this Q&A post about our heavenly guardians, Father Ryan Erlenbush draws on the teachings … Continue reading

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