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  • No matter what their detractors say, convent schools provided a great education
    On reading Tales out of School: Recollections of Ex-Covent-School Girls, published by the Pastoral Research Centre Trust two thoughts occurred to me: a. that you only realise how important something is when it is no longer there and b. you shouldn’t ...
    Source: Catholic HeraldFri, Jun 23By Francis Phillips
    38 mins ago
  • Morning Catholic must-reads: 23/06/17
    Nigeria must “restructure if we want the country to survive”, Cardinal John Onaiyekan has said. Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo has forced the closure of five seminaries, 60 parishes and 141 Catholic schools. Archbishop John Quinn has died ...
    Source: Catholic HeraldFri, Jun 23By Luke Coppen
    2 hours ago
  • When Pope Francis visits Chile, the story is in the ‘where’
    When it comes to papal travel, more often than not, the news lies in the “what” of the trip: what message the pope conveys to give to a particular country or even a continent once he gets there. Other times, ...
    Source: Crux NowFri, Jun 23By Inés San Martín
    3 hours ago
  • New head of Pontifical Academy of Science a natural Francis choice
    Pope Francis has put his stamp on yet another Vatican institution, with the appointment of a new president of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences: A person known more for his work in the field of sustainable development and food security ...
    Source: Crux NowFri, Jun 23By Charles Collins
    3 hours ago
  • Myanmar cardinal says there is no “ethnic cleansing” of Rohingya minority
    Rohingyas in Myanmar face “problems and conflicts,” but the situation is clearly not one of genocide, according to the country’s first cardinal. Charles Maung Bo, Archbishop of Yangon, told Crux there are many issues the minority Muslim group are facing, ...
    Source: Crux NowFri, Jun 23By Nirmala Carvalho
    3 hours ago
  • Priest Plants Himself at Popular Music Festival, Goes Viral; New Religious Order; and More Links!
    By Tito Edwards | Priest Plants Himself at Popular Music Festival, Goes Viral on Reddit - Mary Rezac, Catholic News Agency Announcing a New Traditional Women’s Religious Order: Filiae Laboris Mariae – ...
    Source: NC RegisterFri, Jun 23By NCRegister
    4 hours ago
  • Canada’s Assisted Dying law – one year later, more deaths than expected
    Canada has become the prime example of how legalizing assisted dying cannot be controlled and why these laws are naturally expansive. ...
    Source: Life Site NewsThu, Jun 22By sjalsevac@lifesitenews.com
    9 hours ago
  • Pope to ROACO recalls suffering of Eastern-rite Christians
    (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Thursday met with members of ROACO, (Reunion of Aid Agencies for the Oriental Churches) who have been holding their 90th plenary assembly in Rome this week. The meeting brings Church leaders from countries across the ...
    Source: News.vaThu, Jun 22
    19 hours ago
  • Pope Mass: Discern and denounce evil, care for others
    (Vatican Radio) A shepherd must be passionate, must know how to discern and how to denounce evil. Those were Pope Francis’ words during Mass on Thursday at the Casa Santa Marta, where he focused on the figure of the Apostle ...
    Source: News.vaThu, Jun 22
    19 hours ago
  • A Faith for All Seasons
    Today we celebrate the feasts of St. John Fisher and St. Thomas More, two martyrs who stood up against a cultural tide against the faith. Br. John Paul Kern offers a challenge for all of us to embrace the same ...
    Source: Word on Fire BlogThu, Jun 22
    1 day ago
  • Pope donates funds to support aid projects in South Sudan
    (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has pledged to donate about half a million dollars to support Church-run education, healthcare and agricultural projects in South Sudan. At a press conference in the Vatican on Wednesday, Cardinal Peter Turkson, head of the office ...
    Source: News.vaWed, Jun 21
    2 days ago
  • USCCB President and Bishop Chairmen Urge Department of Homeland Security to Defer Deportation of Refugees Who Have Escaped Religious Persecution
    WASHINGTON—The President of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houston as well as the Chairman of the USCCB Committee on Migration, Bishop Joe S. Vásquez of Austin, and Chairman of the USCCB Committee on ...
    Source: USCCBTue, Jun 20
    3 days ago

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