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Veiling: Resting in my Husband’s Headship

Introduction to Veiling For 2,000 years, Catholic women have veiled themselves before entering a church or any time they are in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament (e.g., during sick calls). It was written into the 1917 Code of Canon … Continue reading

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Cardinal Burke Launches His Own Personal Website

By Edward Pentin at the National Catholic Register: Cardinal Raymond Burke has launched his own personal website where people can send him special prayer intentions, and which he intends to use to uphold the Church’s teaching and discipline. The patron of the … Continue reading

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Failing to preach Humanae Vitae has destroyed marriages and endangered children

By Rick Fitzgibbons on Life Site News In the Church’s ministry to Catholic families, marriages, and children, a major goal should be protection from the severe trauma of divorce, as well as assisting those traumatized by divorce. The divorce plague has … Continue reading

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Bishop Mark Davies: Assisted Suicide Bill Will Put Lives of Many Vulnerable People at Risk

From zenit.0rg: Legislation Proposes Licensing Doctors to Supply Lethal Drugs to Those With Less Than Six Months to Live An English bishop has warned that a bill to legalise assisted suicide may inadvertently lead to the deaths of large numbers … Continue reading

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Bishop Athanasius Schneider: ‘We are in the fourth great crisis of the Church’

By Sarah Atkinson, Catholic Herald online: Liberals, collaborating with the “new paganism”, are driving the Catholic Church towards a split, according to Bishop Athanasius Schneider, the liturgical specialist who is carrying on a rearguard fight against “abuses” in the Church. … Continue reading

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What’s Behind the UN Attack on the Church? | Crisis Magazine

Thanks to Crisis Magazine again for publishing the further insights of Dr Anne Hendershott (Professor of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work at Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio) into the recent behaviour of a certain committee of the United Nations, which, it … Continue reading

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Damien Hirst’s latest work praised by pro-life workers

photo credit: Dawn Gibson From Independent Catholic News: Pro-life campaigners have welcomed a new work in the Qatari capital Doha, by the controversial artist Damien Hirst, entitled: ‘The Miraculous Journey’ , which depict the development of a human being from the fertilisation … Continue reading

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How to overcome anxiety

By Fr Michael Najim at Catholic Spiritual Direction: Anxiety robs us of inner peace. Nothing good comes of it. Anxiety causes restless days, sleepless nights, and even affects our health. So if nothing good comes from anxiety, why do we allow … Continue reading

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Vatican official reaffirms teaching on divorced and remarried Catholics

Archbishop Gerhard Müller (CNS)   From the Catholic Herald online: Amid rising expectations that the Catholic Church might make it easier for divorced and remarried members to receive Communion, the Vatican’s highest doctrinal official reaffirmed Church teaching barring such persons … Continue reading

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Even on Mount Tabor, Mary Kept a Low Profile

  In the most glorious moments of Jesus’ life—on Mount Tabor, at his entrance into Jerusalem, or when he performed miracles—Mary kept a low profile. Only at times of the greatest danger and sadness is she present and her courage … Continue reading

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Petition

James Preece over at Catholic and loving it recently put up a post asking Cafod to Stop Promoting Organisations that Support Abortion. He provides a link to a petition addressed to Cafod chairman, Bishop John Arnold, with the request that … Continue reading

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Bishop Mark Davies’ Homily at Mass of Thanksgiving for Marriage

Diocesan Mass of Thanksgiving for Marriage Our Lady’s Church, Stockport, 9th February 2013 Today we come together to give thanks for marriage represented here by so many couples celebrating 25, 40, 50, 60 and 65 years of married life. For … Continue reading

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Bishop Mark Davies: ‘The Future of Humanity Passes by Way of the Family’

Homily for the National Association of Catholic Families National Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham We gather during this celebration of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee. We rejoice with many today not only in the Queen’s constitutional role … Continue reading

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The Spirit and the Bride: Mary’s Role at Pentecost

By Dr Taylor Marshall from the Canterbury Tales blog While the Holy Apostles were generally ignorant of the Holy Ghost, the Immaculate Mary knew Him intimately. Mary had already experienced the descent of the Holy Ghost at her Immaculate Conception … Continue reading

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