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  • Eucharistic Miracle in Argentina, Fr. Z Helps the Confused, Live the Eucharist, and More Links!
    By Tito Edwards | A Bleeding Host in Argentina? Bishop Investigates Alleged Eucharistic Miracle – Catholic News Agency Are You Anxious, Upset, Confused about the Church Today? Wherein Fr. Z Rants – Fr. ...
    Source: NC RegisterSat, Apr 29By NCRegister
    1 hour ago
  • Pope preaches peace, surrounded by reminders of conflict
    CAIRO, Egypt – Pope Francis continued his campaign on Saturday to promote tolerance and pluralism in a land, and a region, which is frequently scarred by religious violence and extremism, telling Egyptians that “the only fanaticism believers can have is ...
    Source: Crux NowSat, Apr 29By John L. Allen Jr.
    2 hours ago
  • The Vatican’s quiet reformer
    It was an unusual way for a Vatican official to begin a talk at Oxford University’s shiny new school for public policy wonks: By commemorating a dead cardinal. And even more unusual when the official is a layman. After ...
    Source: Crux NowSat, Apr 29By Austen Ivereigh
    6 hours ago
  • Restoring beauty in church buildings
    While the Second Vatican Council has produced great fruit for the Catholic Church, it must be admitted that there have also been some disastrous consequences. One of the most negative results has been the impact of “the Spirit of Vatican ...
    Source: Crux NowSat, Apr 29By Fr. Dwight Longenecker
    6 hours ago
  • Trump Budget to Cut Gender Office that Falls Outside Mexico City Policy Protection
    The gender office historically directed $240 million in programs, most notably by getting other U.S. agencies to advance sexual rights abroad in traditional African and Arab countries. ...
    Source: Life Site NewsFri, Apr 28By sjalsevac@lifesitenews.com
    13 hours ago
  • Pope Francis and Coptic Pope Tawadros honour 21st-century martyrs
    Placing flowers, lighting a candle and praying at the site where dozens of Coptic Orthodox Christians were killed by an ISIS militant last year, Pope Francis and Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawadros II have paid homage to those who were killed ...
    Source: Catholic HeraldFri, Apr 28By Carol Glatz
    15 hours ago
  • Pope in Egypt: Catholics and Copts recognise shared baptism
    (Vatican Radio) In a common declaration, signed by Pope Francis and Coptic Pope Tawadros II, Catholics and Copts declare for the first time that they will recognise each other’s sacrament of baptism. Listen to Philippa Hitchen’s report: ...
    Source: News.vaFri, Apr 28
    16 hours ago
  • Catholics and Copts must speak “the common language of charity”
    (Vatican Radio) In a meeting with Egypt’s Coptic Orthodox leader Pope Tawadros II on Friday, Pope Francis said the two communities must oppose violence and work more closely together to witness to Christ in the world.   Listen to our ...
    Source: News.vaFri, Apr 28
    16 hours ago
  • Pope Francis urges Egypt’s imams to ‘unmask violence’ in God’s name
    Pope Francis has urged Egypt’s leading imams on Friday to teach their students to reject violence in God’s name and preach messages of peace and tolerance instead, forging ahead with a delicate visit to the Arab world’s most populous country ...
    Source: Catholic HeraldFri, Apr 28By Associated Press
    19 hours ago
  • Atheist Dialogues
    What's the best way to approach conversations with atheists? Br. Athanasius Murphy shows how to avoid two mistakes and offers helpful advice. ...
    Source: Word on Fire BlogFri, Apr 28
    1 day ago
  • U.S. Bishops Chairman Urges House Members To “Insist on Changes” To Proposed Health Care Bill
    WASHINGTON—As the U.S. House of Representatives appears poised to vote on the American Health Care Act (HB 1628), Bishop Frank J. Dewane of Venice, Florida, Chairman of the U.S. Bishops' Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development, stressed that remaining ...
    Source: USCCBThu, Apr 27
    2 days ago
  • Cardinal Dolan Calls Pro-Abortion DNC Pledge Extreme, Disturbing, Intolerant
    WASHINGTON–Cardinal Timothy Dolan, chair of the USCCB's Committee on Pro-Life Activities, reacted to the announcement by the Democratic National Committee's chair pledging support only for pro-abortion candidates. Calling the pledge "very disturbing," Cardinal Dolan urged party members to "challenge their ...
    Source: USCCBWed, Apr 26
    3 days ago

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