Daily Archives: March 12, 2013

Conclave politics

As the black smoke from today’s opening ballot disperses into the Roman skies, here’s an article from the Catholic Herald website in which Father Mark Drew sheds some more light on the conclave: I am asked by a non-Catholic friend … Continue reading

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MISSA PRO ELIGENDO ROMANO PONTIFICE: HOMILY OF HIS EMINENCE CARD. ANGELO SODANO DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF CARDINALS

Source: Vatican.va Dear Concelebrants, Distinct Authorities, Brothers and Sisters in Christ, “Forever I will sing the mercies of the Lord” is the hymn that resounds once again near the tomb of the Apostle Peter in this important hour of the history … Continue reading

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Vatican Daily with Colleen Carroll Campbell 2013-03-11

Tension and excitement and anticipation mount among the world’s 1.200.000 Catholics, as the 115 Cardinal electors prepare for the great moment when they enter the Sistine Chapel to elect the new Pope. This half hour report from EWTN in Rome, … Continue reading

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The Next Pope and the Jews

Excerpted from First Things (Full text Here). by Seth Chalmer When the next pope is elected, pronouncements from major Jewish organizations will follow this basic script: Mazel tov. Your recent predecessors did many good things for the Jews; please expand … Continue reading

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