Daily Archives: February 8, 2013

Catholics called to pray for victims of human trafficking

(Vatican Radio) Catholics in England and Wales are being invited to pray for all victims of human trafficking on February 8th, the Feast Day of Sudanese slave girl, Saint Josephine Bakhita. In announcing the initiative, the bishops of England and … Continue reading

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Was King Richard III innocent of his nephews’ murders?

Now that we have the confirmation that the remains of the “king in the car park” are, as suspected, those of the last English king to be killed in battle, King Richard III, many of us rejoice. Perhaps at last … Continue reading

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Outspoken Silence

 From: http://www.ibenedictines.org by Digitalnun The ninth step of humility, which we read today, is a warning to monastic bloggers among others: The ninth step of humility is for a monk to control his tongue and keep silent, not speaking unless questioned. … Continue reading

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