Daily Archives: October 23, 2011

Modesty at Mass – A Case for a Catholic Dress Code

In a few weeks, we will start hearing about the coming changes to the Catholic liturgy. Much to the surprise of the world, the Catholic Church is, in fact, capable of change. There will be a brief period of freak-out, … Continue reading

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Pope Benedict canonizes three saints

Pope Benedict marked the 85th World Mission Sunday by canonizing three saints in St. Peter’s Square. Two of the saints were Italian – Archbishop Guido Maria Conforti of Parma, who also founded the Xaverian Missionaries and Father Luigi Guanella, the … Continue reading

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Rome: Feast of Blessed John Paul II celebrated.

Image of Bl. John Paul II at the Church of Santo Spirito in Sassia Blessed John Paul II was remembered Saturday with celebrations all over Rome on Oct. 22, his first feast day since his May 1 beatification earlier this … Continue reading

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Newsflash: Cardinal Schönborn Demonstrated Against Religious Persecution in Egypt

The demonstration was held in the centre of Vienna on Friday afternoon, October 21 2011 . It was led by the Cardinal of the Austrian Catholic Church Dr. Christoph Schönborn and the Coptic Bishop in Austria, Anba Gabriel. The march … Continue reading

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Family Values the Solution to Economic Crisis, Says Pope

Notes Love, Gratitude and Gift Have Universal Dimension VATICAN CITY, OCT. 18, 2011 (Zenit.org).- Benedict XVI says a key to solving the economic problem is strengthening the family, since it is in the family that a person leans how to … Continue reading

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Biblical Reflection for the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time A.

Being Christian Is Not the Result of an Ethical Choice By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB Today’s first reading from Exodus (22:20-26) and Matthew’s Gospel story about the greatest commandment (22:34-40) challenge us in the ways that we love God and … Continue reading

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