Daily Archives: October 16, 2011

Pope Says Year of Faith for 2012 Will Proclaim Christ With Joy to the World

A special year will commemorate 50th anniversary of Vatican II’s start, Benedict said Oct. 16. He also spoke of the importance of sharing the Gospel in the New Evangelization to those working for that purpose during Mass and his Angelus. … Continue reading

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Atheists in Assisi?

The President of the Pontifical Council for Culture takes stock of the “court of the gentiles,” and explains the presence of non-religious at the interreligious meeting of October 27 Andrea Tornielli Rome “The Pope wanted the Atheists in Assisi.” Cardinal … Continue reading

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When God Sends Messengers

You never know when and where they’ll appear… perhaps even in Aisle 3 at Staples. Photography © by the Carmelite Sisters When God Sends Messengers by Sister Timothy Marie, O.C.D. Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles … Continue reading

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Biblical Reflection for the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time A

We Are Marked and Sent Into the World By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB In today’s Gospel (Matthew 22:15), the Pharisees try once again to entrap Jesus in his speech. They realize that they are being portrayed by Jesus as having … Continue reading

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