Daily Archives: October 18, 2011

Jewish Anti-Defamation League seeks apology from Susan Sarandon for calling Pope Benedict XVI a ‘Nazi’

by Shaunna Murphy (From EW.COM) The Anti-Defamation League has called on Susan Sarandon to apologize for comments she reportedly made on Saturday in which she called Pope Benedict XVI a “Nazi.” During an interview at the Bay Street Theatre in … Continue reading

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Full text of the Holy Father’s “Motu Proprio data” – Porta Fidei.

Apostolic Letter “Motu Proprio data” Porta Fidei of the Supreme Pontiff Benedict XVI for the Indiction of the Year of Faith 1. The “door of faith” (Acts 14:27) is always open for us, ushering us into the life of communion … Continue reading

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Exactly What We Need to Hear (Feast of St. Luke, Evangelist)

By: Fr. Scott Hurd Have you ever picked up a book and thought: “Wow! This was written just for me! This is exactly what I needed to hear.” I have a suspicion that this is what St. Luke wanted each … Continue reading

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10 Things Catholic catechists should know

A back-to-the-basics look at what Catholics should know By Emily Stimpson – OSV Newsweekly, 10/23/2011 1.  We all are called to holiness Sainthood is not the special province of a chosen few. Nor is it something reserved for priests, nuns … Continue reading

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ASSISI: RELIGIONS JOURNEYING TOWARDS JUSTICE AND PEACE

VATICAN CITY, 18 OCT 2011 (VIS) – A press conference was held this morning in the Holy See Press Office to present the “Day of reflection, dialogue and prayer for peace and justice in the world: Pilgrims of Truth, Pilgrims … Continue reading

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Bishop Mark Davies’s attack on ‘the culture of death’ in UK Hospitals.

Bishop Mark Davies is proving to be one of the Bishop’s we have prayed for – not afraid to speak publicly about subjects that, sadly, some of our Shepherds will avoid for fear of upsetting the more ‘liberal’ elements of both … Continue reading

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“Occupy Rome” Destroys Statue of Mary

This happened near the Lateran basilica during the “day of rage” on 16th. Oct. Reuters: Hundreds of hooded demonstrators clashed with police in some of the worst violence in the Italian capital for years, setting cars on fire and breaking … Continue reading

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