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  • ‘Blood and Faith’: A new book links white nationalists to Christianity
    There were no burning crosses or other hijacked symbols of religion on obvious display when white nationalists descended on Charlottesville, Va., earlier this month chanting “blood and soil,” a slogan dug up from the dredges of Nazism. But Damon T. Berry, ...
    Source: Crux NowThu, Aug 24By Kimberly Winston
    32 mins ago
  • If bishops want to face racism, own your own complicity, theologian says
    [Editor’s note: On Wednesday, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops announced a new Committee Against Racism, with the mandate of galvanizing both the Church and the broader society. Last week, in the immediate wake of Charlottesville, “The Crux of ...
    Source: Crux NowThu, Aug 24By John L. Allen Jr. Ines San Martin and Shannon Levitt
    1 hour ago
  • Russian Catholics hope Parolin visit improves situation for local Church
    MOSCOW, Russia – Russian Catholics are encouraged by the first ever trip by Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican’s Secretary of State, to Russia. Many say they “against hope, believe in hope” that previous tensions with state authorities and Orthodox Christians ...
    Source: Crux NowThu, Aug 24By Victor Khroul
    1 hour ago
  • The 400th Anniversary of St. Rose of Lima, the First Saint of the Americas
    By Thomas Craughwell | This month marks the 400th anniversary of the death of St. Rose of Lima, the first saint of the New World. Her family name was Flores de Oliva. At her baptism her parents named her Isabel. It ...
    Source: NC RegisterWed, Aug 23By NCRegister
    3 hours ago
  • Legal battle isn’t over for priest who refuses to break confessional seal
    The Diocese of Baton Rouge is also named in a lawsuit that a judge refused to dismiss on Monday. ...
    Source: Life Site NewsWed, Aug 23By dbean@lifesitenews.com
    8 hours ago
  • Morning Catholic must-reads: 24/08/17
    Salesians have urged Indian officials to secure the release of kidnapped priest Fr Tom Uzhunnalil. Bishops in Nigeria are demanding government compensation for churches destroyed by Boko Haram. The ceiling of one of Malta’s oldest churches has collapsed. George Weigel ...
    Source: Catholic HeraldWed, Aug 23By Luke Coppen
    8 hours ago
  • Bishop Egan to open centre dedicated to New Evangelisation
    Bishop Philip Egan of Portsmouth will open a centre dedicated to evangelisation next month. The Adoremus Centre on Alderney, a three-mile long Channel Island, will consist of a priest, Fr John Lavers, and at least six Franciscan Sisters. Bishop Egan ...
    Source: Catholic HeraldWed, Aug 23By Staff Reporter
    17 hours ago
  • Pope Francis prays for Ischia quake victims
    (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis during his General Audience on Wednesday expressed his closeness to those affected by a magnitude 4.0 earthquake that hit the IItalian island of Ischia on Monday night. At least two people were killed and three young ...
    Source: News.vaWed, Aug 23
    18 hours ago
  • Pope Audience: Christian hope is God’s heavenly welcome
    (Vatican Radio) During his General Audience on Wednesday the Pope continued his catechesis on Christian hope reflecting on the hope contained in our ultimate destination, the heavenly Kingdom of God. Listen to our report: Pope Francis explained ...
    Source: News.vaWed, Aug 23
    18 hours ago
  • U.S. Bishops Establish New Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism
    WASHINGTON—The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops today announced the establishment of an Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism. Initiated by Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, President of the USCCB, the committee will focus on addressing the sin of racism ...
    Source: USCCBWed, Aug 23
    22 hours ago
  • Speaking the Truth in Love
    When discussing the truths of the faith we must always to so from a place of love. Today, Dr. Tom Neal offers a few reflections on how love must guide any and all actions we take toward a journey of ...
    Source: Word on Fire BlogWed, Aug 23
    1 day ago
  • Charlottesville and America’s Original Sin
    I vividly remember my first visit to the home of Thomas Jefferson in Charlottesville, Virginia. The splendid Monticello estate with its sordid slave-quarters underground. One could literally see at this great American house the divide, the original sin, that has ...
    Source: Word on Fire ArticlesTue, Aug 22
    2 days ago

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