Daily Archives: September 7, 2012

Cardinal Dolan: A Prayer for Our Country at the Democratic National Convention

From the website of Archdiocese New York With a “firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence,” let us close this convention by praying for this land that we so cherish and love: Let us Pray. Almighty God, father of … Continue reading

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One week before Pope Benedict’s Lebanon Visit: Some Background Information

As the Vatican Information Service reported on 5th. Sept. 2012, “Lebanon has a surface area of 10,400 square kilometres and a population of 4,039,000 of whom 2,148,000 (53.18 per cent) are Catholic. There are 24 ecclesiastical circumscriptions, 1,126 parishes and … Continue reading

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Judgment – What Every Catholic Must Know About “The Four Last Things” (second in a series)

Deacon Mike Bickerstaff The Last Judgment (detail) by Michelangelo Editor’s Note: Second in a series. Catholic teaching identifies the Four Last Things as: Death Judgment Heaven Hell In the first of this 3-part series on the Four Last Things, we examined … Continue reading

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