Daily Archives: July 14, 2012

LORD, TO WHOM SHALL WE GO?: Evangelizing Amid Sobering Statistics

By Cardinal Timothy Dolan From Catholic New York Do you agree that we get way too many statistics? Seems as if every time I turn around, I’m looking at “the results of a new survey.” What’s worse, the findings often … Continue reading

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Pope Benedict uses his summer vacation in Castel Gandolfo for the third volume of his “Jesus of Nazareth”

Benedict XVI is writing the third part of his essay on Jesus and preparing texts and reflections for the Post-Synodal Exhortation on the Middle East, the Year of Faith and the Second Vatican Council’s 50th anniversary VATICAN INSIDER STAFF ROME … Continue reading

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