Daily Archives: October 5, 2011

Satan and his many disguises

by Msgr. Charles Pope It would be easy if Satan came as he is often portrayed, with horns and a pitchfork. We would naturally flee this ugliness. Alas, he often comes cloaked in beauty, in sheep’s clothing. He claims to … Continue reading

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VATICAN CITY, 5 OCT 2011 (VIS) – The Holy Father dedicated his catechesis during this morning’s general audience to Psalm 23 which begins with the words: “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want”. “Addressing the Lord in prayer … Continue reading

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Newsflash: Marian Procession in Manchester: first official Catholic procession after 20 years

Manchester, United Kingdom, Oct 3, 2011 / 05:46 pm (CNA News)- After a 20 year absence, the first official Catholic procession returned to the English city of Manchester on Oct. 2. For more details click Here.

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Mgr. Keith Newton on “What is the Ordinariate?”

This text has been edited from Fr Keith Newton’s address and answers to questions from the floor at a day of exploration hosted by the South London Ordinariate Group in Kennington on 29 January, 2011. Now that it has been transcribed … Continue reading

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October – the month of the Holy Rosary

In 1957 Pope Pius XII sent the following Letter on the Holy Rosary to the Dominican Master General. We reprint it here for the edification of all. To the Most Reverend Master General, Michael Browne, O.P., concerning the Marian Rosary. … Continue reading

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