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Can the Catechism Get It Wrong?

Many are troubled by the pope’s actual and proposed changes to the Catechism of the Catholic Church. In the essay below, Charles Coulombe at Crisis Magazine discusses the teaching authority of the CCC in light of such alterations: In the … Continue reading

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Swiss bishop describes struggle between John Paul II and Saint Gallen Group

By Maike Hickson at  LifeSiteNews: Ivo Fürer, the retired bishop of Sankt Gallen – who, from 1996 until 2006, hosted the “Sankt Gallen Group” for their yearly meetings in the Swiss town Sankt Gallen – has now written an extensive … Continue reading

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World Youth Day 2016 logo and prayer

By Catholic News Service on Thursday, 3 July 2014 The World Youth Day 2016 logo The official logo and prayer for World Youth Day 2016 were unveiled in the event’s host city — Krakow, Poland — by the city’s archbishop, … Continue reading

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Doctor Who Found Cause of Down Syndrome Moves Closer to Canonization

This spring, the Archdiocese of Paris will officially conclude the diocesan phase of the cause of canonization for Dr. Jérôme Lejeune. Zenit reports: The April 11 ceremony will include a Mass for life in the Notre Dame Cathedral. Jérôme Lejeune … Continue reading

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Our Lady of Czestochowa

“Of the more than 400 images of the Black Madonna or Black Virgin known worldwide, the image of Our Lady in Czestochowa, Poland, has received the most recent recognition because of the personal devotion displayed toward this religious icon by … Continue reading

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Assisi – The Holy Father to commemorate event that he missed in 1986.

The last Assisi ‘gathering’ in 1986, when a statue of Bhudda was placed over the tabernacle, and subsequently ‘incensed’ by Bhuddist monks, was, with the benefit of hindsight, considered to have been an unmitigated disaster in ecumenism – at least … Continue reading

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