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Pope Francis on China deal: “I signed the agreement. I am responsible...”...  

Pope Francis took responsibility Tuesday for the agreement between the Holy See and the People's Republic of China, noting that in any such negotiation, "both sides lose something." He was asked about the agreement Sept. 25 during the flight from Tallinn to Rome by Antonio Pelayo of Vida Nueva. The agreement on the appointment of bishops in mainland China was signed Sept...

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2018-09-25 15:09:37



On plane, Pope discusses sex abuse, corruption of cover-up, China pact...  

The Catholic Church has grown in its understanding of the horror of clerical sexual abuse and of the "corruption" of covering it up, Pope Francis said. Returning to Rome from a trip Sept. 22-25 to the Baltic nations, Pope Francis was asked about his remarks to young people in Tallinn, Estonia, when he said young people are scandalized when they see the church fail to condemn abuse clearly...

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2018-09-25 14:19:40



“This is all I can do now” — Applying a practice of St. Catherine of Siena to our current crisis...  

Many Catholics have struggled to find a voice that has been nearly washed out of us by our training. We remember a time when it was unthinkable to criticize a priest; those who did were quickly rebuked, with little opportunity for explanation. Bishops and especially the Pope were not to be questioned let alone criticized. We have now seen the sometimes-horrifying toll of unhealthy deference...

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2018-09-25 13:40:25



With Vatican talks and bulldozers, China aims to control Christianity...  

Over the last two years, China's estimated 60 million Christians have felt the power of a newly assertive government eager to bring their faith to heel. The authorities have demolished hundreds of Protestant churches, knocking crosses off steeples and evicting congregations. Roman Catholics have faced similar measures, but the government took a different approach this past weekend...

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2018-09-25 12:15:35



Pope: Young people outraged by “scandals that do not meet with clear condemnation”...  

Pope Francis said in Estonia Tuesday he is aware of the negative feelings many young people have toward the Catholic Church, as well as their disappointment in a lack of clear denunciation of sexual scandals. Young people are outraged "by sexual and economic scandals that do not meet with clear condemnation," he said Sept. 25...

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2018-09-25 12:08:05



Science fiction was around in medieval times – here's what it looked like...  

Science fiction may seem resolutely modern, but the genre could actually be considered hundreds of years old. There are the alien green "children of Woolpit", who appeared in 12th-century Suffolk and were reported to have spoken a language no one could understand. There's also the story of Eilmer the 11th-century monk, who constructed a pair of wings and flew from the top of Malmesbury Abbey...

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2018-09-25 10:11:35



Brett Kavanaugh uses the V-word, which used to be OK for Catholics...  

Growing up as a Southern Baptist preacher's kid in Bible Belt Texas, I was quite familiar with the word "virgin." It wasn't a curse word and, for most people, it wasn't a punch line. At the same time, it wasn't something folks in my high school discussed in public very much. Yes, there were people who gossiped about who was doing or not doing what...

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2018-09-25 09:22:35



How about a little more George Washington?  

You don't need to spend a few minutes on Twitter to realize that politics is not bringing out the best in us, to put it mildly. The Brett Kavanaugh confirmation ordeal seems to be some kind of breaking point. And yet, haven't we had many of them over the past weeks and months and years — and decades? No Trump appointee, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg...

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2018-09-25 08:26:05



Does insipid church music play a role in the crisis?  

As a liturgical musician I can't help wondering to what extent the insipid and vapid music prevalent in our churches has contributed to the present crisis. That there is more than a mere coincidental connection between the squishy feel-good liturgical music and the lax and casual atmosphere in our churches is clear to me- especially when I reflect upon what the great Philosopher Socrates had to say about the power of music...

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2018-09-25 08:05:17



German bishops' report: At least 3,677 minors were abused by clerics...  

A report on clerical sexual abuse in Germany released on Tuesday found thousands of cases of sexual abuse of minors by clerics in the Catholic Church between 1946 and 2014 - and warns that the actual number is surely higher. The study looked at more than 38,000 sets of personnel records from the country's dioceses, as well as criminal records and interviews with those who say they were abused and clerics accused of abuse...

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2018-09-25 07:45:47



Former Olympic speed skater tells how she became a Franciscan Sister, reveals her secret to inner peace...  

In a recent interview with NBC News, Kirstin Holum Former Speed Skater and Olympic competitor-turned Franciscan Sister of the Renewal, said that "everyone desires greatness," and that God's plan for you will give you the peace you're looking for.

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2018-09-25 04:58:28



Spare a thought for China's “underground” Catholics...  

Over generations, a critical mass of Chinese Catholics have successfully resisted the intrusion of the government into the affairs of their local churches. Many so-called underground churches are above ground in fact and operate openly, with the tacit approval of local officials who know the Catholic community and see no problem with it...

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2018-09-25 04:01:31



Tending trees when the Church is dark...  

In Wendell Berry's book The Unsettling of America he has a short but powerful little commentary on The Odyssey. He's describing the disarray of Ithaca, Odysseus's home and kingdom. With Odysseus gone for so long, there are men eating up the stores of food, with disregard for the place and its people. They have desires they want met...

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2018-09-25 02:10:35



Learning to name sins is to have more power over them...  

Over the years we have steadily been losing the vocabulary of sin. Saying "I have sinned" is often replaced by "I made a mistake," or "I made a poor decision," or "I'm sorry if my behavior was hurtful in some way." Not only are we slow to say we have sinned, we are also ignorant of the subtleties of sin, in part because our vocabulary about sin is so limited...

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2018-09-24 20:11:06



Meet the man who lives at the bottom of the Grand Canyon...  

More than six million people visited the Grand Canyon last year, but less than 1 percent of them descended the roughly 5,000 feet to Phantom Ranch, a lodge and ranger station on the canyon floor at the confluence of the Colorado River and Bright Angel Creek. Most of those people stayed only a day or two.

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2018-09-24 18:40:51



Pope Francis in Riga, Latvia: Don't let Christianity become an artifact of history...  

During an ecumenical prayer service in Latvia Monday, Pope Francis warned Christians to not let the faith turn into another piece of history, but to keep it an active part of their lives and communities. "This is a recurring danger for all of us," the pope said Sept. 24. "We can take what gives us our very identity and turn it into a curio from the past...

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2018-09-24 12:38:27



France bans smartphones in schools through 9th grade. Will it help students?  

The eighth-grade girls already know what to expect from France's new smartphone ban in all primary and middle schools because their school voluntarily instituted one last year. "Annoying," was the assessment of Zoelinh Masson, 12, as her friend Grace Blahourou, 13, agreed. Still, they said that with no smartphones, students did talk to one another more...

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2018-09-24 08:30:29



Evil things have happened at Fr. Paul Kalchik's church, and the burning of a rainbow flag isn't one of them...  

Last week, when I heard news that Father Paul Kalchik and some fellow parishioners from his Chicago parish had burned a rainbow flag he found in the church's storage, I knew things weren't going to go well for him in Cardinal Bernardin's old archdiocese, now administered by Cardinal Cupich. The Chicago Tribune provides context: Kalchik said he twice was a victim of sexual abuse...

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2018-09-24 07:41:26



Red herrings, heresy and hot topics...  

A red herring might be defined as a rhetorical device to distract someone from the real argument. There are three such relativistic devices-heresies or red herrings-that are used in our society and church constantly. They may be named the sentimental heresy, the utilitarian heresy and the political heresy. These forms of argument are...

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2018-09-24 07:01:05



Jordan Peterson and Leon Kass — Searching for wisdom in a confused world...  

Jordan Peterson became an overnight celebrity with the success of his book, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos. A viral interview from January of this year with Kathy Newman of England's Channel 4 News brought immediate attention to Peterson's newly released book, which has sold over two million copies since its release...

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2018-09-24 04:45:19



Did Pope Francis just make China Protestant?  

Attempts to defend the recent provisional agreement between the Vatican and the People's Republic of China, which was signed on September 22, have rung increasingly hollow over the past few days. That pattern began before the ink was dry in Beijing, as Pope Francis's secretary of state, Pietro Parolin, issued a statement claiming that now "for the first time all the bishops in China are in communion with the Bishop of Rome...

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2018-09-24 03:18:09



Der Spiegel heavily criticizes Francis's papacy in 19-page report...  

Prominent German magazine Der Spiegel has published a 19-page report criticizing Pope Francis's leadership of the Catholic Church and accusing him of ignoring abuse survivors in Argentina. Their cover story, titled "Thou shalt not lie" and subtitled "The silence of the shepherds", attacks the Pope's handling of the abuse crisis and his attempted Church reforms...

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2018-09-23 13:25:28



In joke to reporters, Pope Francis says that John Paul II is a saint, while he is “the devil”...  

Traveling Saturday to Lithuania, Pope Francis joked that, in the eyes of some, Pope St. John Paul II is considered a saint while he himself is considered "a devil." The pope's joke came amidst a Sept. 22 conversation with journalists, the Associated Press reported, during which he was presented a book about Pope St. John Paul II...

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2018-09-23 11:16:12



Does your mind wander at Mass? These 6 tips may help you avoid distractions.....  

Fr. Paul-Michael Piega of the Diocese of Austin has some great tips for avoiding distractions during Mass. Try to arrive a little earlier before Mass begins. This will help in transitioning oneself from the worldly events going on in our lives to what is about to take place during the Mass, namely, that we are entering into the Sacrifice of Jesus...

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2018-09-23 10:30:26



Pope's Mass in Lithuania: “Christian life always includes the cross”...  

As can be seen throughout history, the life of a Christian cannot escape the sacrifices and sorrows of the cross, Pope Francis said Sunday at Mass in Lithuania. "The Christian life always involves experiences of the cross; at times they can seem interminable." "Earlier generations still bear the scars of the period of the [Soviet] occupation...

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2018-09-23 03:34:19



Asking a crucial question: A homily for the 25th Sunday of the Year...  

In the Sunday Gospel, the Lord Jesus is asking a crucial question. The word crucial here is selected carefully; it comes from the Latin cruces, meaning "cross." Indeed, looming over this entire gospel reading is the cross. In it, Jesus makes the second prediction of His passion, death, and resurrection. It is in the context of this teaching that the Lord asks the "crucial" question of us: What is most central in your life...

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2018-09-23 03:20:06



Your home, by its nature, foreshadows heaven...  

Home. It is a magical word that resonates with all of us. Even those from broken homes, or homes that no longer exist, there is still something in the idea that is sought after. Home is that place where we are meant to be safe, nurtured, known for who we are, to freely live and love. Home's universal appeal populates culture. Take Me Home...

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2018-09-23 02:03:57



Holy See signs 'provisional agreement' with China on appointment of bishops, ...  

The Vatican announced today that the Holy See and the People's Republic of China have signed a "provisional agreement on the appointment of bishops," allowing the faithful to "have bishops who are in communion with Rome but at the same time recognized by Chinese authorities." In a short communique (see full text below)...

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2018-09-22 21:19:40



Alongside Francis the Simple, there's also Francis the Stubborn...  

From the beginning, the general narrative about Pope Francis has emphasized his personal simplicity and humility, his closeness to ordinary people and his passion for the peripheries, as well as his pastoral heart. All are genuine qualities of the man, as anyone who knows him well will attest. Likewise from the beginning, however...

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2018-09-22 17:57:27



The phantom accord between the Holy See and China...  

All that is known at the official level about the accord signed in Beijing today, September 22, by the Holy See and China is that "it concerns the appointment of bishops," is "provisory" and "provides for periodic evaluations of its implementation." Not one more word about its contents. The accord was signed for the Holy See by the undersecretary for relations with states...

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2018-09-22 09:25:54



Three quick take-aways on the Vatican's deal with China...  

In thinking about the deal between the Vatican and China on the appointment of bishops announced on Saturday, the central point to be clear on is that there's not really much to think about. It says something about public discussion in the early 21st century that the deal has already been described as both an "incredible betrayal" and a "positive fact for Chinese Catholics" before anyone actually knows what it contains...

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2018-09-22 08:51:12



Pietro Cardinal Parolin, Vatican Secretary of State, issues English-language video to explain agreement on China...  

Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, clarifies the objective of the Holy See regarding the Provisional Agreement with the People's Republic of China concerning the appointment of Bishops.

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2018-09-22 05:28:38



Benedict XVI answers his critics — and drops a hint ...  

Pope-emeritus Benedict has been scrupulously careful, these last five years, to avoid anything that could be construed as criticism of Pope Francis. At the same time, the former Pope has come under criticism—led by some of his greatest admirers—for a resignation that, in retrospect, seems to have plunged the Church into a grave crisis...

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2018-09-21 13:09:53



This criticism of the upcoming synod, from a respected North American theologian, warrants much wider discussion.....  

Over the past several months, I've received scores of emails and letters from laypeople, clergy, theologians, and other scholars, young and old, with their thoughts regarding the October synod of bishops in Rome focused on young people. Nearly all note the importance of the subject matter. Nearly all praise the synod's intent...

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2018-09-21 13:01:08



The beauty of creation reflects the beauty of the Creator...  

The environment? Really? It would not be an understatement to say that Cardinal Blaise Cupich's recent interview with an NBC affiliate in Chicago did not come off as well as he might have expected. Hoping to deflect some of the acrimony surrounding the latest news he's quoted as saying, "The pope has a bigger agenda; he's got to get on with other things [such as] talking about the environment and protecting migrants and doing the work of the church...

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2018-09-21 09:46:51



Knowing the bad news unlocks the good news...  

Some people suggest that the Church should speak less of sin and instead emphasize positive things. After all, it is said that one can attract more flies with honey than with vinegar. In that vein, we in the Church have been collectively de-emphasizing sin to a large degree for decades, and yet our churches have been getting emptier and emptier...

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2018-09-21 08:40:32



Pope Francis permits Newark's Cardinal Tobin to skip upcoming Vatican youth synod...  

The Archbishop of Newark has announced that he will not attend an October gathering of bishops slated to discuss young adults and vocational discernment. The archbishop cited his pastoral obligations in the archdiocese amid the U.S. Church's ongoing sexual abuse crisis.

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2018-09-21 08:13:58



Beware the allure of the Inner Ring...  

I have had an uncanny and revealing experience this week. There are three elements to it. Let me describe the first two, as a preface for drawing out a moral imperative for Catholics in these bad times. Every semester at Thomas More College, we set a few Fridays aside for what we call traditio. No classes are held. Instead, the whole college gets together for some common intellectual or spiritual enterprise...

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2018-09-21 05:10:10



While seemingly locked in a vegetative state, ESPN's Victoria Arlen relied on prayer to survive...  

Imagine being mentally aware of what's going on around you, but being unable to talk, move, or even blink your eyes. That's what happened to ESPN broadcaster and former "Dancing with the Stars" competitor Victoria Arlen when she was just a young girl and was struck by a mystery illness that doctors kept insisting was all in her mind...

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2018-09-20 20:12:10



In denial about not ordaining homosexuals?  

I won't bore you with the details, but every time the Vatican issues an instruction stating that those with clear homosexual tendencies should not be admitted to the priesthood, there follows a plethora of articles—including some in L'Osservatore Romano itself—in which the writers fall all over themselves to make sure that we understand that there must be (undoubtedly frequent) exceptions to every rule...

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2018-09-20 19:58:11



U.S. bishops voice support for 'full investigation' of McCarrick scandal...  

After a meeting between Pope Francis and the leadership of the US bishops' conference last Thursday following which no plans for a probe of the case of ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick were announced, the bishops on Wednesday announced their support for a "full investigation." A statement from the Administrative Committee of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) also announced various plans for establishing reporting systems and codes of conduct with regard to bishops and ...

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2018-09-20 19:18:54



More about that Chicago priest who defied Cardinal Cupich and burned a homosexual flag at his parish...  

A North Side priest who says he "can't sit well" with Cardinal Blase Cupich burned a gay-friendly flag outside his Avondale church last week — against the wishes of the cardinal he claims is trying to minimize the clergy sex-abuse crisis. Rev. Paul Kalchik says the banner, featuring a cross superimposed over a rainbow, had been featured prominently in the sanctuary at Resurrection Catholic Church but had been taken down and was forgotten in storage at the parish at 3043 N...

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2018-09-20 17:18:10



Finding grace in the Eternal City...  

I woke up blinking and disoriented in the chilly darkness of our hotel room, craning my neck to see if any light was squeezing through the cracks of the blackout shutters. I rolled over and grabbed my phone, which was displaying the current time on the east coast of the United States in military format. Zelie's morning chortles echoed from down the hall...

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2018-09-20 16:54:23



The Church must reclaim the cardinal virtues...  

St. Augustine regularly had dinner with bishops and priests from North Africa, and he felt the need to carve into his table the injunction, "Thou shall not gossip," although he expressed it more poetically as follows: Who injures the name of an absent friend May not at this table as guest attend. His companion Possidius tells us that Augustine one time sternly rebuked gossiping bishops...

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2018-09-20 14:25:10



Fascinating data visualization from the NYTimes: How connected is your community to everywhere else in America?  

America is often described as a place of great divides — between red and blue, big cities and rural towns, the coasts and the heartland. But our social lives are shaped by a much stronger force that ignores many of these lines: distance. In the millions of ties on Facebook that connect relatives, co-workers, classmates and friends...

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2018-09-20 13:43:48



Top 9 questions and answers on Bishop Barron's Reddit AMA...  

Bishop Robert Barron did an "Ask Me Anything" on Reddit today. I did an AMA with a fellow priest before and might do it again sometime. It was really interesting to see all his answers. Here are what I think are the top questions and answers. The first question was about faith as a challenge: What do you find is the most significant challenge to your personal faith...

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2018-09-20 13:35:04



So a Chicago priest who was once abused burns a rainbow-cross flag and all heck breaks out.....  

Well, here is a hot-button story if I've ever seen one. Take a look at this headline atop the report at NBCNews.com: "Parishioners defy Chicago Archdiocese, burn rainbow flag in 'exorcism' ceremony." Just to give you a hint of how complicated this case is, that headline actually jumps the gun and settles one of the issues that is in dispute...

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2018-09-20 13:31:52



The blood of martyrs is still the seed for the Church...  

Imagine you are in the Roman Colosseum, circa 100 AD. You've just taken your seat as the gates in the middle of the arena have opened. Stepping out into the sun scorched dirt is a small group of men, looking shabby and unkempt, yet strangely calm and collected. The sun bares down on the charred ground as the crowd gets to its feet and begins to roar...

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2018-09-20 13:15:28



How corrupt Vatican officials and other “strange characters” gutted an Italian hospital and split the Papal Foundation...  

In February 2013, in his last official act as pope, Pope emeritus Benedict XVI appointed a commissioner for a small, seemingly insignificant hospital in Rome, the Immaculate Dermatological Institute (IDI). Two years later, that same hospital was at the center of a tug-of-war between Australian Cardinal George Pell and the Vatican's Secretary of State...

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2018-09-20 10:04:01



Catholic bishops and the problem of scandal...  

In popular parlance, scandal often is used to refer to moral outrage. For example, a good priest might say, "The Catholic faithful are being scandalized by the conduct of their leaders." Here, he is referring to the shock, anger and feelings of betrayal suffered by those who are surprised and disgusted to learn of their leader's complicity in wrongdoing...

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2018-09-20 09:45:45



USCCB announces new abuse measures, calls for McCarrick investigation; no mention of lay board, apostolic visitation...  

The U.S. bishops' conference has announced new accountability measures in response to recent clerical sex-abuse scandals. The reforms include the establishment of an independent reporting mechanism to receive complaints against bishops and the development of a "Code of Conduct" for bishops. A statement released Sept. 19 by the USCCB's Administrative Committee said that the new steps being taken to combat abuse are "only the beginning" and that consultations were underway with laity.....

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2018-09-20 09:03:08



Benedict XVI discusses his resignation in newly-published letters...  

A German newspaper today published two letters Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI wrote last November which give a glimpse of how he views his resignation and what many see as turmoil in the Church that has followed his unexpected departure. Bild newspaper reports that Benedict XVI wrote the letters in response to a cardinal but it doesn't name him...

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2018-09-20 07:14:35



5 reasons why Catholics don't evangelize...  

In 2013, the Barna Group did a large survey on the importance of Christians who share their faith. The group which had the lowest number of people who actively shared their faith was Catholics. Here is the truly sad part. They only polled those they designated as "people who said they have made "a personal commitment to Jesus Christ that is still important in their life today" and who also indicated they believe that when they die they will go to Heaven because they had confessed their sins ...

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2018-09-20 07:05:59



When you officiate your sister's wedding: A moving marriage homily...  

very old Catholic tradition begins with a priest offering these words to a couple about to wed: "My dear friends: You are about to enter upon a union which is most sacred and most serious. It is most sacred, because established by God himself. By it, he gave to man a share in the greatest work of creation ... And in this way he sanctified human love...

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2018-09-20 03:31:14



You, dear reader, are a “Child of God.” It is your greatest title.....  

is a simple lesson, really, so simple that we usually miss it altogether. The lesson is this: for all our exalted titles, honors, and distinctions, at the end of the day our greatest title is "Beloved Son (Daughter) of God." Jesus stands this little child in their midst. To them who would boast of their exalted status and argue about who was the greatest...

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2018-09-20 03:20:01



The biggest water evacuation in history (500,000 people in 9 hours) wasn't Dunkirk — it was Manhattan...  

Tom Hanks narrates the epic story of the 9/11 boatlift that evacuated half a million people from the stricken piers and seawalls of Lower Manhattan...

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2018-09-20 02:30:15



25th Sunday of Ordinary Time — Why being good doesn't pay...  

When I was younger, especially from high school through my early days as a Protestant pastor, I had this strong sense that if a person always did what was right, "things would work out." That is to say, righteousness was the path to the good life. God would pave the way in front of the person that does his will. There is some truth to that...

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2018-09-20 02:22:33



Permanent assignments for parish priests are long overdue...  

I'm a rotten dad, but I'm not so rotten that I'm indifferent to becoming a better one. And that's been the case since Nancy inexplicably agreed to be my wife a quarter century ago. Christian marriage is essentially a sacred contract, witnessed by the Church, that a man agrees to die perpetually for his wife, that a woman agrees to do the same for her husband...

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2018-09-20 01:29:23



Pope's Wednesday Audience: “Honor parents. They have given us life!”...  

This morning's General Audience was held at 9:30 in St. Peter's Square, where the Holy Father Francis met with groups of pilgrims and faithful from Italy and from all over the world. Continuing with the series of catecheses on the Commandments, in his address in Italian the Pope focused his meditation on: Honor your father and your mother (Biblical passage: from the Letter of Saint Paul to the Ephesians...

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2018-09-19 05:54:33



Parishioners defy Archdiocese of Chicago, burn rainbow flag in fire pit used for Easter Vigil Mass...  

In a church bulletin posted this month, the Rev. Paul Kalchik, a Catholic priest at Resurrection Parish in Chicago, announced that he would burn a rainbow pride flag that had once been prominently displayed at the church. "On Saturday, September 29, the Feast of Saint Michael, Gabriel and Raphael, we will burn, in front of the church...

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2018-09-19 04:51:34



Leaked NPR emails: Don't call Kermit Gosnell an 'abortion doctor'...  

Early last month, John Sullivan, executive producer of the new film Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer (in theaters Oct. 12), reached out to National Public Radio to purchase a sponsorship for the Peabody Award-winning interview show, Fresh Air. Sullivan, who was prepared to spend as much as six figures, crafted his ad copy to answer the question you're probably asking: Who is Gosnell...

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2018-09-19 04:42:39



Our active commitment is needed to confront this emergency...  

That every five hundred years the Church passes through a crisis is not a novel insight. It may even be something of a contrived schematic, since there have been other crises as well, but each of those periods has influenced the Church to an extraordinary and radical degree: The Fall of the Roman Empire, the Great East-West Schism...

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2018-09-19 03:50:42



Indian bishop accused of rape steps aside, requests leave from Vatican...  

A Catholic bishop in India accused of raping a nun repeatedly over the course of two years has written to the Vatican asking permission to be relieved of his duties as bishop while the case is investigated. "Bishop Franco Mulakkal wrote a letter to Holy Father Pope Francis expressing his desire to step aside temporarily and requested to be relieved from the administration of the Diocese...

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2018-09-19 03:03:39



Why does the Crucifix of La Salette feature a hammer and pincers?  

Such is the simple description given by the two witnesses of the crucifix which the Blessed Virgin wore, during her Apparition to them, upon the Mountain of La Salette, September 19, 1846. This crucifix, quite singular in its makeup, with its hammer and pincers, has become known as the "Crucifix of La Salette". It has attracted many clients to the Blessed Virgin...

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2018-09-19 02:07:07



New York Times flashback: Is hiding sex scandals among bishops just the 'Roman way?'...  

When you read the lede on the following USA Today report, it's pretty clear which issue the editors think is at the heart of the 30-plus year long scandal in the Roman Catholic Church. Yes, I am sorry to bring this up again, but this information is important for reporters and editors who are trying to understand the current divisions inside the world's largest Christian flock...

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2018-09-19 01:50:44



Here is your prescription for peace in a world of woe...  

First, make the journey to Nain, a place called fair and beautiful. That is, let the Lord open your eyes to the beauty and blessings all around you. Come to see the magnificence of His glory on display at every moment. It will give you peace and serene joy. Ask for the grace to accept that we currently live in a "paradise lost" and that life is hard...

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2018-09-19 01:41:51



Maintenance Catholicism is finished. Mission-driven Catholicism is the Church with a future.....  

Just when the Long Lent of 2002 was coming to a boil in March of that year, Cardinal Dario Castrillon Hoyos, prefect of the Vatican's Congregation for the Clergy, took things from "boil" to "nuclear meltdown" during a press conference presenting John Paul II's Holy Thursday letter to the priests of the world. Peppered with questions about the clergy sexual abuse crisis in the U...

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2018-09-19 01:32:33



Beginning today, parents are able to set restrictions on their teens' Android phones...  

Setting screen time limits on teenagers was much easier in the pre-smartphone era. Modern parents often have to choose between taking their kids' phones away or letting them text through family game night—but now Google is offering a different option. Beginning today, September 18, Android phone owners are able to set restrictions on their teens' devices...

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2018-09-18 21:23:52



It's time to recover the Ember Days fasts...  

On August 18th, Madison, Wisconsin Bishop Robert Morlino wrote a powerful letter decrying "all the sins of sexual depravity committed by members of the clergy and episcopacy." He pledged to offer a public Mass of Reparation, which was held on September 14th. He also said he would be keeping the traditional Ember Days fasts near the end of September (starting tomorrow...

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2018-09-18 15:45:44



Priest faces trial after alleged assault of San Diego seminarian...  

A California priest has been charged with sexual battery, after he is alleged to have sexually assaulted a San Diego seminarian. The priest, Fr. Juan Garcia Castillo, is a member of the Congregation of Jesus and Mary, a religious community of priests also known as the Eudists. On May 14, Castillo was charged with one count of misdemeanor sexual battery by the San Diego County District Attorney's office...

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2018-09-18 14:22:52



#1 - If a priest abuses the Mass (like this guy), don't be surprised when he's later accused of sexual violations.....  

This is something that was perpetrated in a Jesuit church in NYC, the once and still mostly beautiful St. Francis Xavier, which is part of a large and once important High School. Watch and bite your lip till bloody. This was in 2017. Pentecost.

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2018-09-18 13:07:52



How do you decaffeinate coffee?  

If you're partial to a cup of coffee minus the caffeine, then next time you've boiled the kettle you should raise your mug in memory of Friedlieb Ferdinand Runge. Runge was a 19th-Century German chemist who had come to the attention of Goethe - the poet and statesman who was also a keen science scholar. Goethe had heard of Runge's groundbreaking investigation into belladonna...

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2018-09-18 11:45:19



Prominent Australian politician renounces atheism, is baptized in the Catholic Church at 85...  

Some amazing news came out of Australia today with a famous atheist politician receiving baptism. Bill Hayden had been the leader of a major Australian political party, then was the Governor General of Australia for 7 years. The Governor General is the one who signs bills into law in the Queen's name in 16 Commonwealth countries...

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2018-09-18 09:49:55



The Elephant in the Sacristy, Revisited...  

Sixteen years ago, at the height of the 2002 clergy sex scandals in the Catholic church and on the eve of a meeting of bishops in Dallas, The Weekly Standard published an essay of mine called "The Elephant in the Sacristy." It included an in-depth look at some of the most notorious clergy abuse cases of the time. Back then, like today...

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2018-09-18 08:50:26



Here are some ways to save Synod-2018 from itself...  

Anyone looking for a remedy for insomnia might try working through the Instrumentum Laboris, or "working document," for the XV Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, to be held in Rome next month on the theme "Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment." The IL is a 30,000 word brick: a bloated, tedious door stop full of sociologese but woefully lacking in spiritual or theological insight...

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2018-09-18 08:41:39



'An extremely large settlement': Diocese of Brooklyn to pay $27.5 million to settle 4 sex abuse cases...  

Four men who were repeatedly sexually abused as children by a religion teacher at a Catholic church in Brooklyn received a $27.5 million settlement from the Diocese of Brooklyn on Tuesday, in one of the largest settlements ever awarded to individual victims of sexual abuse within the Catholic Church. The settlement comes two weeks after the New York State attorney general announced a statewide civil investigation into sex abuse within the Catholic Church and its cover-up by church leaders...

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2018-09-18 07:49:14



#2 - If a priest abuses the Mass, don't be surprised when he's later accused of sexual violations (like this guy).....  

A Jesuit priest at a well-known pro-homosexual Manhattan parish has been removed as pastor for "boundary violations" with "an adult male who attended the parish." Fr. Bob VerEecke has been removed as pastor of St. Francis Xavier Church and restricted "from the practice of public sacramental ministry," according to a September 15 letter from Jesuit superior John Cecero read out at parish Masses last weekend...

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2018-09-18 06:42:42



Pope issues new apostolic constitution Episcopalis Communio on Synod of Bishops...  

"If expressly approved by the Roman Pontiff", the final document participates in the ordinary magisterium of the Successor of Peter". This is one of the novelties contained in Pope Francis' Apostolic Constitution "Episcopalis Communio" on the Synod of Bishops, released today. "After approval by its members, the final document of the Assembly is offered to the Roman Pontiff who will decide on its publication"...

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2018-09-18 06:33:37



Spotlight turns to Pope's role in 2010 study of Argentina's notorious Grassi sex abuse case...  

Pope Francis' role in Argentina's most famous case of priestly sex abuse is coming under renewed scrutiny as he faces the greatest crisis of his papacy over the Catholic Church's troubled legacy of cover-up and allegations he himself sided with the accused. Francis, who at the time was still Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio...

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2018-09-18 06:08:26



Take-aways on the latest twists in the clerical abuse saga...  

When a news cycle goes supernova, generally developments come far too fast and furious for anyone really to absorb them in anything other than bite-size, superficial form. Over just the last 72 hours, there have been at least three new twists to the clerical sexual abuse scandals once again rocking the global Church.

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2018-09-18 04:34:57



Christ wants each of His priests to be an angry dad who protects his family — not an aloof coward who tells lies...  

In the last two weeks, there have been ongoing developments in the clergy scandals that erupted with the revelation of the sexual abuse committed by former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, widened with the publication of the Pennsylvania grand jury investigation of sexual abuse of minors, and mushroomed further with the publication of testimonies by Archbishop Carlo Viganò...

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2018-09-18 03:47:35



To Catholics, Junípero Serra is a saint. To Stanford University, he's a mailing address worth eliminating.....  

For decades, if you wanted to mail a letter to Stanford University, you'd send it to 450 Serra Mall. It was named after Junípero Serra, a Spanish colonist who built a network of Catholic missions in California in the 18th century. And for a long time, it was a noncontroversial mailing address. Then, the Catholic Church made Serra a saint — and his mistreatment of Native Americans in the colonial era fell under harsh light...

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2018-09-18 03:40:43



If there were secret sanctions on McCarrick, it wouldn't be a first...  

Three weeks after a bombshell accusation of abuse cover-up against Pope Francis by an ex-papal ambassador, an element of that charge still remains an enigma: Were there, or were there not, secret restrictions on former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick imposed under Pope emeritus Benedict XVI? It's been a tough claim for some to swallow...

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2018-09-18 01:28:08



4 hopes for the USCCB meeting in November...  

Like many in the Church from both the clergy and laity, I am increasingly shocked by the depths of the crisis before us. Every day seems to bring forth new allegations of sexual immorality or the cover-up of such behavior. Further, recent statements of the Pope, while containing some signs of hope, have more often been discouraging—even deplorable...

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2018-09-17 11:43:08



Pope Francis expels former Chilean 'national hero' from priesthood over sex abuse, 'with no possibility of appeal'...  

A priest who was once a national hero in Chile, and who now finds himself another casualty of that country's massive clerical sexual abuse crisis, has been expelled from the priesthood by Pope Francis after being found guilty of abusing minors and vulnerable adults. The Archdiocese of Santiago in Chile released a statement on Saturday saying that Cardinal Luis Ladaria...

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2018-09-17 06:04:57



If the mother of the Maccabees knew of atoms...  

Social media shoves us all up in each other's faces in unprecedented ways. Where national politics was once metered in through newspapers and the evening news, now people of all ages have access to global details of immeasurable variety. Through the internet, we can see what friends on other continents had for dinner. We have a finger incessantly on the pulse of global events...

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2018-09-17 05:27:34



12 years after Regensburg, why you need to learn more about Islam...  

On September 12, 2006, almost five years to the day from 9/11, Pope Benedict XVI delivered a watershed lecture at the University of Regensburg. He argued that Islam and the modern West hold a significant tenant in common: a voluntarism that puts will above reason. For classic Islamic thinkers this meant that Allah was not bound by any restraints of reason...

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2018-09-17 04:05:53



Where is Jesus in the sex abuse scandals?  

Where is Jesus in the Catholic Church's sex abuse scandals? Absent, some Catholics say. The Church's priests and shepherds have proven that the Church is not really the Body of Christ. These Catholics will leave. Others reassure us that the Church remains the Body of Christ despite the sins of its members. Even the gates of Hell will not prevail against it...

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2018-09-17 01:40:14



Pope's Sunday Angelus: 'Discipleship takes sacrifice'...  

A fundamental rule of being a disciple of Christ is the necessity to make sacrifices and deny one's self, Pope Francis said in his Angelus address Sunday. "Jesus tells us that in order to follow him, to be his disciples, one must deny oneself - that is, the claims of one's own selfish pride - and take up one's very cross...

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2018-09-16 11:47:35



A remarkable newly-discovered letter from Ronald Reagan to his dying father-in-law shows the president's faith...  

Something tugged at Ronald Reagan on that otherwise slow August weekend in 1982. "Again at the W.H.," the president noted in his diary. "More of Saturdays work plus a long letter I have to write to Loyal. I'm afraid for him. His health is failing badly." Loyal Davis, Reagan's father-in-law and a pioneering neurosurgeon...

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2018-09-16 09:19:43



The Vatican's photo blunder shows media reform is still a work in progress...  

A pair of photographs released by the Vatican - one in particular - caused quite a stir on Thursday. The offending image showed members of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops Executive Committee sharing a jocular moment during a meeting with Pope Francis. That in itself is nothing too terribly newsworthy. But the meeting was to discuss the ongoing crisis in the US Church...

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2018-09-16 09:03:18



Sex abuse claims rock Dutch Catholic Church...  

More than half of the Netherlands' senior clerics were involved in covering up sexual assault of children between 1945 and 2010, a press report claimed Saturday, further engulfing the Catholic Church in a global abuse scandal. Over the course of 65 years, 20 of 39 Dutch cardinals, bishops and their auxiliaries "covered up sexual abuse...

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2018-09-16 05:50:12



You've never heard of her, but you've heard her — Carole Kaye, rock's most prolific session musician...  

From the Beach Boys to the Brady Bunch, the unknown Carol Kaye can be heard on thousands of songs...

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2018-09-16 04:46:53



No, He's not your average Messiah...  

Jesus is Messiah and Lord, but He confounds every notion we have ever had about these titles. His power reaches perfection in "weakness" and He reigns from the cross. To the world this is utter absurdity, but the Lord insists that we meet Him at the cross. He chooses the foolish to shame the wise; He chooses the weak to shame the strong; He chooses the lowly and despised things of the world—and the things that are not—to nullify the things that are (cf 1 Cor 1:27-28)...

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2018-09-16 01:56:30



Before there were food trucks, Americans ate 'night lunch' from beautiful wagons...  

In 1893, Boston was bustling, especially after the sun went down. "Night owls of all classes" roamed the streets, wrote the Boston Daily Globe, including "workers, idlers, pleasure seekers, spendthrifts, tramps and bums." At some point, all of these people would want something to eat. The wealthy could get their quail on toast at any hour...

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2018-09-15 06:01:51



Pope Francis taps Cupich, Tobin, other loyalists for key roles in Synod of Bishops...  

Despite calls in some quarters to put October's Synod of Bishops on hold due to abuse scandals effecting his papacy, Pope Francis has given no indication that he intends to call off the event, and with Saturday's publication of the official list of participants, the gathering seems set to proceed as planned. As usual, the list of some 300 cardinals...

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2018-09-15 05:10:44



What you need to know about this Sunday's readings...  

We have been getting a number of rousing challenges from Jesus in the past several weeks, as our readings have followed the progress of his ministry, and Jesus repeatedly makes clear that following him is not going to be easy in any way. This Sunday we get another challenge from Jesus to "fish or cut bait" in our relationship with him...

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2018-09-15 03:38:39



SDG reviews 'Unbroken: Path to Redemption'...  

Unbroken is the main title of Laura Hillenbrand's best-selling biography about Louis Zamperini, an Olympic athlete and World War II prisoner-of-war hero who responded to an altar call at a Billy Graham crusade and became an evangelist himself, even returning to Japan and visiting prison guards from his time as a POW. Unbroken is also now the name of two films about Zamperini based on the book: Angelina Jolie's 2014 war movie...

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2018-09-14 18:48:35



The love that moves the sun...  

Last October, the journal First Things carried my comments on the encyclical Veritatis Splendor. In March, it published my thoughts on Fides et Ratio. Each text needs the other. They're a diptych. And both mark anniversaries this year; 25 and 20 respectively. I went into a lot of detail in each of those First Things pieces...

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2018-09-14 18:03:42



CNN Poll: Pope Francis' favorability plummets in the United States...  

After new sexual abuse allegations against Catholic priests and criticism of Pope Francis' leadership on the issue, his favorability in the US has dropped substantially in a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS. Only half of Americans -- 48% -- say they have a favorable view of the Pope, down from two-thirds who said the same in January 2017 and 72% who said so in December 2013...

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2018-09-14 13:26:25






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