Daily Archives: March 11, 2012

Monastic Virtues and Ecumenical Hopes: The Archbishop of Canterbury’s address at San Gregorio al Celio

“Monastic virtues and ecumenical hopes” was the title of an address by the Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams on Sunday at the Rome church of San Gregorio al Celio. The Anglican leader is currently on a 3 day … Continue reading

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Angelus: Violence never serves humanity.

“Violence never serves humanity – it only dehumanises.” This was the Pope’s message at Sunday’s Angelus address, as he commented upon the Gospel passage of the Purification of the Temple in front of several thousand pilgrims gathered in St. Peter’s … Continue reading

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Biblical reflection for the Third Sunday of Lent E.F. Dominica lll in Quadragesima.

A burning love for the Father’s house By Father Thomas Rosica Third Sunday of Lent B – March 11, 2012 The readings for this Sunday are: Exodus 20:1-17 or 20:1-3, 7-8, 12-17; 1 Corinthians 1:18, 22-25; John 2:13-25 Extraordinary Form: … Continue reading

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Ambassadors walk out of UN meeting over new sexual rights agenda

SPUC reports from Geneva A large group of ambassadors walked out of a United Nations (UN) meeting yesterday in Geneva in protest at a concerted attempt to create new sexual rights. SPUC, as a UN-recognised non-governmental organisation (NGO), was present at … Continue reading

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St John Vianney: Catechism on Impurity

CHAPTER 16: Catechism on Impurity That we may understand how horrible and detestable is this sin, which the demons make us commit, but which they do not commit themselves, we must consider what a Christian is. A Christian, created in … Continue reading

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