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Canada set to shut down one-third of its churches in coming years, says National Trust...  

While Canada has been a religious nation in the past, low numbers of worshippers at many of the churches in the country are forcing closures in up to a third of the country's churches. According to the National Trust for Canada, low numbers of people making up congregations, combined with the high repair costs for old churches...

what do you think?

2019-03-20 13:39:20



Amid continued Midwest flooding, Catholic groups step up to help...  

As devastating flood waters continue to rise in parts of the Midwest, Catholics are working to raise funds for both short-term aid and long-term rebuilding efforts. "Please join Archbishop [George] Lucas in praying for all those displaced or otherwise affected by the ongoing flooding," said the Archdiocese of Omaha, Nebraska...

what do you think?

2019-03-20 11:15:44



A tale of two Georges...  

When a pope is elected, the cardinals who have just chosen him make their way to the Hall of Benedictions atop the narthex of St. Peter's Basilica. It's a challenging journey for some: In 2005, the frail, 79-year old Cardinal William Baum was carried out of the Sistine Chapel, through the basilica, and up to the Hall of Benedictions by his conclavist-secretary...

what do you think?

2019-03-20 10:33:37



Suicide is contagious. Don't let it spread by supporting assisted suicide.....  

The Maryland physician-assisted suicide bill has been passed by the House of Delegates and is now being considered by the state Senate. The House bill is numbered HB 399, and the bill cross-filed in the Senate is SB 311. We have every reason to be very alarmed by these developments. Other states are considering similar legislation designed to advance...

what do you think?

2019-03-20 08:15:07



The Charlie Brown cartoon that haunted Ronald Reagan...  

Somerset House in London has put on an exhibition on the work of Charles Schulz, the American cartoonist famous for Peanuts - the story of Charlie Brown, his friends and his dog called Snoopy, a beagle with a taste for ice-skating and root beer. The show commences unpromisingly: "This exhibition explores the ways in which Peanuts has touched us all on so many different levels...

what do you think?

2019-03-20 07:38:38



The filmmaking duo behind 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' and 'The Lego Movie' have a refreshing take on fathers...  

Right now the two most exciting names in American animation are Phil Lord and Chris Miller. From their breakout film Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 10 years ago and their smash hit The Lego Movie (both of which they cowrote and directed) to last year's Oscar-winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (cowritten by Lord and co-produced by them both)...

what do you think?

2019-03-20 07:29:59



When Native Americans backed the Jacobite cause...  

It was 1715 and a tribal people were preparing to assist in restoring Britain's exiled Royal House of Stuart, sharpening tomahawks, covering themselves in war paint and raising sails on ships built to the highest technical standards of the day. No, I haven't been drinking too much Bourbon. Nor am I confusing Scottish highlanders...

what do you think?

2019-03-20 04:23:10



What Cardinal Newman can tell us about the Cardinal Pell verdict...  

The scene in the London courtroom in 1852 might have been out of a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, with the defendant in simple clerical black standing in the dock before the bewigged representatives of ancient justice. But one of the judges, John Coleridge, a great-nephew of the poet, saw behind the stooped figure of John Henry Newman the shade of the Armada and the ghosts of spies from Douai...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 13:20:50



In the aftermath of the Christchurch mosque attack, call on the power of God for a revolution of love...  

"My soul is forlorn." The words jumped off my phone Friday morning from Psalm 35. It was one of the prayers of the Liturgy of the Hours that many pray and once again I couldn't help but recognize the hand of God in the prayers of the Church — that so many of us would be praying this early in the morning after 49 people were slaughtered overnight...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 12:38:28



Get your spouse to Heaven! Five tips for growing holier as a Catholic couple this Lent.....  

Imagine you and your spouse driving down an open road and all you see out the window is an endless body of water, a beautiful beach and captivating sunset. What is your first thought? Is it the beauty of God's creation? Is it the thought of how the water came to be? Does your husband want to go fishing? Or do you wish you could lie down and relax on the beach...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 12:26:26



3 ways to get over your discomfort and become an effective spreader of the Gospel...  

Want to effectively evangelize? Get uncomfortable. It goes without saying that one of the greatest modern evangelizers is the Ven. Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen. It is unquestionable that he maintained an unquenchable zeal for souls during his entire priesthood. Here's what Ven. Sheen wrote in a letter while he was a professor at Catholic University of America: "During the past year letters demanding personal attention have run between 75 and a 100 a day...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 12:08:54



What will happen to the planet at the end of the world?  

In his message for Lent 2019, Pope Francis connects the Lenten campaign for spiritual renewal to the teaching of St. Paul: "the whole of creation waits with eager longing for the revealing of the children of God" (Romans 8:19). The Holy Father explains that just as sin has a corruptive power, which even blemishes creation, the grace of Jesus' death and resurrection is restorative...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 11:46:25



Cardinal Pell trial observer calls guilty verdict 'incomprehensible'...  

Peter Westmore, who was present at the first mistrial last September and the later retrial in November, told EWTN's News Nightly on March 13 that having heard "all the evidence" he wondered "how a jury was able to reach this verdict is utterly incomprehensible." "A lot of other Australians are saying the same thing," said Westmore...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 11:09:26



10 things to know about death, judgment, heaven and hell...  

Converting to Catholicism was like being wooed. It was like a courtship, and I fell in love. Among other delights during that courtship, I especially enjoyed learning about (and committing to memory) various Catholic lists - like the seven sacraments, the seven cardinal sins, the seven virtues, stuff like that. In a previous post...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 10:52:07



In 1915, as World War I raged in Europe, a girl in Fatima, Portugal, saw something strange in the sky.....  

The girl—Lucia dos Santos—was seven years old and lived near the town of Fatima. One day, as she was tending her family's sheep along with three other girls, they began to say the rosary and saw a strange sight. In the second of four memoirs she would write, Lucia recalled: "We saw a figure poised in the air above the trees; it looked like a statue made of snow...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 10:48:48



Pope Francis joins worldwide mourning after New Zealand mosque attacks...  

Pope Francis mourned "senseless acts of violence" against innocent life after the New Zealand mosque attacks. On Friday, at least 49 people were killed in attacks on two mosques in the city of Christchurch. The Pope assured all New Zealanders, in particular the Muslim community, of "his heartfelt solidarity in the wake of these attacks" in a telegram sent on his behalf by the Vatican secretary of state March 15...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 10:44:35



Fertility doctor Donald Cline must have thought no one would ever discover his dark secret. Then DNA testing came along... ...  

The first Facebook message arrived when Heather Woock was packing for vacation, in August 2017. It was from a stranger claiming to be her half sibling. She assumed the message was some kind of scam; her parents had never told her she might have siblings. But the message contained one detail that spooked her. The sender mentioned a doctor...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 10:33:33



Leaving the foot of the cross leaves the world unravelled. But Mary stays.....  

My daughter is drawing at church. She handily sketches in a crucifix: Top, bottom, one arm, then the other. She's drawn it many times, over and over. Lately, she's adding more detail, and at first I didn't know what it was- some kind of ghost, a formless lump. Then I saw it was Mary, swathed with robes and veils. Jesus on the cross is sharp and angular...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 10:30:17



Pope reactivates plans for South Sudan trip...  

Pope Francis has asked aides to resume plans for a visit to South Sudan, a trip that had to be scrapped in 2017 because of the civil war in the world's youngest country.

what do you think?

2019-03-19 09:47:04



USCCB president Cardinal DiNardo suffers stroke, Archbishop Gomez temporarily takes reins ...  

Having soldiered through this last year carrying an unprecedented double burden - the daily life of a booming 1.8 million-member archdiocese (one currently under civil investigation) and the elected leadership of the US' largest religious body amid a season of epic crisis - Houston Chancery released the following statement at 7pm Central tonight...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 09:43:44



Analysis: What's next for George Cardinal Pell?  

On Wednesday, Cardinal George Pell was sentenced to six years in prison following his conviction on five charges of sexual abuse of minors. He will be eligible for parole in three years and eight months. While the passing of sentence normally marks the end of a case, Pell's situation is far from resolved. Although he remains in prison...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 09:35:54



New Zealand, radicalization and degeneration...  

One of the biggest lies we hear whenever there is a mass terror attack, such as the one against New Zealand's Muslims, is that the killing was "senseless." It's not without reason when ISIS does it, and it's not without reason when people like Brenton Tarrant, the alleged NZ shooter, do it. The acts are evil, but not senseless; there is a rationale for what they do...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 08:47:11



What was St. Patrick's real name? The fascinating history behind Ireland's patron saint.....  

When Maewyn (or St. Patrick) was 16 years old, Scheel explains that North Atlantic Pirates kidnapped him and took him to Ireland where they forced him to be a shepherd. Throughout this time, Maewyn wrote of his terrible loneliness. Scheel then says that St. Patrick's mother was a devout Christian, but he wasn't. "While he's living in this exile against his will...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 08:20:56



Sunday Angelus Address: On Christ's Transfiguration and the Christian perspective of suffering...  

In this Second Sunday of Lent, the liturgy has us contemplate the event of the Transfiguration, in which Jesus grants the disciples Peter, James, and John to taste the glory of the Resurrection: a bit of Heaven on earth. The evangelist Luke shows us Jesus transfigured on the mountain, which is the place of light, fascinating symbol of the singular experience reserved to the three disciples...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 07:53:57



Here's a concise description of what it means to be a “mature Christian”...  

As a kind of follow-up to yesterday's Gospel of the Transfiguration, we do well to reflect a little further on the Lord's intention in leading Peter, James, and John up a high mountain. The Church teaches us His purpose in the Preface for the Second Sunday of Lent: For after he had told the disciples of his coming Death, on the holy mountain he manifested to them his glory...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 07:37:38



2nd Sunday of Lent — The Cross is a fruit-bearing tree...  

The Second Sunday of Lent always features the Transfiguration. The first reason for this is that the trek up Mt. Tabor was one of the stops Jesus made with Peter, James, and John on His final journey to Jerusalem. It is commonly held that He did this to prepare His apostles for the difficult days ahead. There's a line from an old spiritual that says...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 07:19:02



What were Moses and Elijah doing at the Transfiguration of Our Lord?  

The Transfiguration, the singular event in which Jesus appears radiant in glory upon the mountain, accompanied by Moses and Elijah, is minutely described in the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark, and Luke), mentioned in the second Epistle of Peter and, according to some, discreetly alluded to in John's Gospel ("We have seen his glory...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 06:55:19



Polish bishops release 'tragic' report on sexual abuse...  

Nearly 400 Polish priests were accused of sexual abuse of minors from 1990 until 2018, a study commissioned by the Episcopal Conference of Poland revealed on Thursday. The study covered data collected from the more than 10,000 parishes in Poland, and included religious orders. According to the report, 382 priests were accused of abuse during the time covered...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 06:52:58



Supreme Court rejects appeal of Hawaii B&B owner who denied room to same-sex couple...  

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left in place Hawaii court rulings that found a bed and breakfast owner violated the state's anti-discrimination law by refusing to rent a room to a lesbian couple. The justices rejected an appeal from Aloha Bed and Breakfast owner Phyllis Young, who argued that she should be allowed to turn away gay couples because of her religious beliefs...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 06:28:02



California lawmakers threaten the Seal of Confession...  

On February 20, California Democratic State Senator Jerry Hill, whose affluent, liberal-leaning district encompasses the San Francisco Peninsula and portions of Silicon Valley, introduced a bill to abolish legal protection for the Catholic Church's sacramental seal of confession, at least as regards confessions of child abuse...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 05:40:26



West Virginia diocese sued by state attorney general for “knowingly employing pedophiles”...  

The Diocese of Wheeling Charleston is the target of civil litigation by the office of Attorney General Patrick Morrisey. The suit blames the Diocese and its Bishops for allowing those who had a record of child sexual abuse to continue to hold positions of power within the church, especially in areas with access to children. "The suit alleges the Diocese and their Bishops knowingly employed pedophiles and failed to conduct adequate background checks for those working at school and camps...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 05:36:22



For the first time since 2010, the number of priests worldwide has decreased...  

There is one striking figure in the 2017 Church Stats presented to the Pope on March 6: for the first time since 2010, the number of priests decreases, while bishops and deacons are more. This clue must not be underestimated. It means there are no vocations. Old bishops retire, other priests are appointed to replace them, and this is the reason why the number of bishops increases...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 05:24:56



The New Exodus: Readings for the Second Sunday of Lent...  

No one wants to be a slave. Yet many have fallen into slavery in the course of human history, and too often by their own choice. Jesus tells us, "Everyone who commits a sin is a slave to sin" (John 8:34). How do we escape the slavery of sin? Although loosely related, the Readings for this Sunday are linked by the theme of the Exodus...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 04:21:57



German bishops announce 'synodal process' on celibacy, sexual morality...  

Cardinal Reinhard Marx of Munich and Freising has announced that the Catholic Church in Germany is embarking on a "binding synodal process" to tackle what he says are the three key issues arising from the clerical abuse crisis: priestly celibacy, the Church's teaching on sexual morality, and a reduction of clerical power. Speaking at the conclusion of the plenary session of the German bishops' conference on Thursday...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 04:07:47



The unfathomable immensity of the Father's love...  

Christ Jesus, the radiant splendor of the Father's love, entered into our condition to infuse into human history a gentle blessing that was long ago misunderstood and rejected. This uncommon benevolence toward us in our present plight comes from the hidden depths of God's very Being. In those same depths, the Father conceived each one us us in His Word by an unfathomable ecstasy of goodness and truth...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 03:44:07



What's the closest planet to Earth? Surprise — most of the time, it's Mercury...  

What's the closest planet to our own? Common sense would say the answer is either Mars or Venus, our next door neighbors. Of the two, Venus comes closer to the Earth than any other planet and its orbit is closest to ours. But as an article in Physics Today points out, over half the time Venus is not the nearest planet; Mercury is...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 03:41:47



Bent on evil: How do we explain human culture run amok?  

The other evening on our (almost) daily walk, my wife mentioned a recent talk given by a public librarian who was expert on fiction for teens. One of the points made by the speaker was that the overwhelming majority of the books that came across her desk featured gender-confused young people who needed to be encouraged to find themselves so they could be happy...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 03:32:03



Houston library brings in registered child molester as part of “Drag Queen” story hour for kids...  

A photo of Garza in drag appears with this blog post. Despite this hiccup, the American Library Association isn't dropping the idea of drag queen stories any time soon. See the ALA site's resource page for libraries facing "challenges" with staging these events. As this NBC-TV story points out, these story hours bring "pride and glamor" to libraries and have spread like wildfire across the nation in three short years...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 02:57:25



This 8-year-old chess champion will make you smile...  

In a homeless shelter in Manhattan, an 8-year-old boy is walking to his room, carrying an awkward load in his arms, unfazed by screams from a troubled resident. The boy is a Nigerian refugee with an uncertain future, but he is beaming. He can't stop grinning because the awkward load is a huge trophy, almost as big as he is. This homeless third grader has just won his category at the New York State chess championship...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 02:41:07



Musings on Giussani, von Balthasar, and the creation of a “people” (“Opus Dei for lazy Catholics”)...  

In January 1971, during a set of spiritual exercises in Einsiedeln, Switzerland, the great Swiss Catholic theologian Hans Urs von Balthasar met Italian Father Luigi Giussani, who founded the Comunione e Liberazione movement in 1954 and oversaw its rapid development into a global Catholic "brand." Von Balthasar had been invited by then-Father Angelo Scola...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 02:23:28



How to avoid despair at our crumbling culture...  

Ever since the Senate rejected the "Born-Alive Survivors Protection Act," which assures that babies who survive abortion are given medical attention, I have found myself uniquely in despair about our culture. The feelings run deep. Our culture is at the point where we are failing to protect the most vulnerable among us. And we even celebrate their destruction...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 02:03:44



The Atlantic: How Catholic parents deal with scandals — and why some say “the way a priest says Mass” is a clue to his character...  

As it has been for decades, the Catholic Church is in the midst of a crisis, one whose long reach has traumatized thousands and left one of the world's oldest institutions struggling to find a way forward. In late February, the Vatican held a high-profile conference on the sexual-abuse crisis—the revelations of decades of abuse...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 01:43:32



St. Joseph socks on the Solemnity of Saint Joseph...  

If you have been reading my blog/website for a few years, you will know that I have written on Saint Joseph many times. I think the exact number of blog posts is around twelve. I've always had a devotion to the foster-father of Jesus and continue to have one this day. I've always had a close connection with Saint Joseph because my middle is Joseph...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 01:40:18



Why the saints turn to St. Joseph...  

The first challenge is getting to the point of silence, where we can come to hear God's voice and know His will for us. The next challenge is faithfulness, especially when it seems that no one understands what we are doing when we are doing what we believe to be God's will. The most unappreciated saint for these and all challenges may be St...

what do you think?

2019-03-19 01:08:29



Musings on Giussani, von Balthasar, and the creation of a “people” (“Opus Dei for lazy Catholics”)...  

In January 1971, during a set of spiritual exercises in Einsiedeln, Switzerland, the great Swiss Catholic theologian Hans Urs von Balthasar met Italian Father Luigi Giussani, who founded the Comunione e Liberazione movement in 1954 and oversaw its rapid development into a global Catholic "brand." Von Balthasar had been invited by then-Father Angelo Scola...

what do you think?

2019-03-18 16:31:26



What's the closest planet to Earth? Surprise — most of the time, it's Mercury...  

What's the closest planet to our own? Common sense would say the answer is either Mars or Venus, our next door neighbors. Of the two, Venus comes closer to the Earth than any other planet and its orbit is closest to ours. But as an article in Physics Today points out, over half the time Venus is not the nearest planet; Mercury is...

what do you think?

2019-03-18 13:38:26



California lawmakers threaten the Seal of Confession...  

On February 20, California Democratic State Senator Jerry Hill, whose affluent, liberal-leaning district encompasses the San Francisco Peninsula and portions of Silicon Valley, introduced a bill to abolish legal protection for the Catholic Church's sacramental seal of confession, at least as regards confessions of child abuse...

what do you think?

2019-03-18 11:15:41



The unfathomable immensity of the Father's love...  

Christ Jesus, the radiant splendor of the Father's love, entered into our condition to infuse into human history a gentle blessing that was long ago misunderstood and rejected. This uncommon benevolence toward us in our present plight comes from the hidden depths of God's very Being. In those same depths, the Father conceived each one us us in His Word by an unfathomable ecstasy of goodness and truth...

what do you think?

2019-03-18 10:23:30



For the first time since 2010, the number of priests worldwide has decreased...  

There is one striking figure in the 2017 Church Stats presented to the Pope on March 6: for the first time since 2010, the number of priests decreases, while bishops and deacons are more. This clue must not be underestimated. It means there are no vocations. Old bishops retire, other priests are appointed to replace them, and this is the reason why the number of bishops increases...

what do you think?

2019-03-18 08:22:40



Here's a concise description of what it means to be a “mature Christian”...  

As a kind of follow-up to yesterday's Gospel of the Transfiguration, we do well to reflect a little further on the Lord's intention in leading Peter, James, and John up a high mountain. The Church teaches us His purpose in the Preface for the Second Sunday of Lent: For after he had told the disciples of his coming Death, on the holy mountain he manifested to them his glory...

what do you think?

2019-03-18 06:14:27



Marble steps of Rome's historic 'Holy Stairs' to be revealed to public for first time in 300 years...  

For the first time in 300 years, the marble steps of the Holy Stairs will be free from the thick wooden panels installed in 1723 to protect the stairs and left uncovered for the public. For at least 40 days, people will be able to touch and climb the bare stones that, according to tradition, are the ones Jesus climbed when Pontius Pilate brought him before the crowd and handed him over to be crucified...

what do you think?

2019-03-18 05:47:47



The Atlantic: How Catholic parents deal with scandals — and why some say “the way a priest says Mass” is a clue to his character...  

As it has been for decades, the Catholic Church is in the midst of a crisis, one whose long reach has traumatized thousands and left one of the world's oldest institutions struggling to find a way forward. In late February, the Vatican held a high-profile conference on the sexual-abuse crisis—the revelations of decades of abuse...

what do you think?

2019-03-17 14:51:18



This 8-year-old chess champion will make you smile...  

In a homeless shelter in Manhattan, an 8-year-old boy is walking to his room, carrying an awkward load in his arms, unfazed by screams from a troubled resident. The boy is a Nigerian refugee with an uncertain future, but he is beaming. He can't stop grinning because the awkward load is a huge trophy, almost as big as he is. This homeless third grader has just won his category at the New York State chess championship...

what do you think?

2019-03-17 14:35:54



Sunday Angelus Address: On Christ's Transfiguration and the Christian perspective of suffering...  

In this Second Sunday of Lent, the liturgy has us contemplate the event of the Transfiguration, in which Jesus grants the disciples Peter, James, and John to taste the glory of the Resurrection: a bit of Heaven on earth. The evangelist Luke shows us Jesus transfigured on the mountain, which is the place of light, fascinating symbol of the singular experience reserved to the three disciples...

what do you think?

2019-03-17 13:33:08



In 1915, as World War I raged in Europe, a girl in Fatima, Portugal, saw something strange in the sky.....  

The girl—Lucia dos Santos—was seven years old and lived near the town of Fatima. One day, as she was tending her family's sheep along with three other girls, they began to say the rosary and saw a strange sight. In the second of four memoirs she would write, Lucia recalled: "We saw a figure poised in the air above the trees; it looked like a statue made of snow...

what do you think?

2019-03-17 13:09:56



How to avoid despair at our crumbling culture...  

Ever since the Senate rejected the "Born-Alive Survivors Protection Act," which assures that babies who survive abortion are given medical attention, I have found myself uniquely in despair about our culture. The feelings run deep. Our culture is at the point where we are failing to protect the most vulnerable among us. And we even celebrate their destruction...

what do you think?

2019-03-17 12:34:29



German bishops announce 'synodal process' on celibacy, sexual morality...  

Cardinal Reinhard Marx of Munich and Freising has announced that the Catholic Church in Germany is embarking on a "binding synodal process" to tackle what he says are the three key issues arising from the clerical abuse crisis: priestly celibacy, the Church's teaching on sexual morality, and a reduction of clerical power. Speaking at the conclusion of the plenary session of the German bishops' conference on Thursday...

what do you think?

2019-03-17 11:34:31



What St. Patrick can still teach the world...  

It's terribly unfortunate when Catholic feast days and holy days become secularized and disconnected from any Christian meaning. Saint Valentine's Day becomes just "Valentine's Day," Easter is somehow about bunnies, and Christmas is about new electronics. And though March 17 is still known to the world as Saint Patrick's Day...

what do you think?

2019-03-17 11:11:42



What were Moses and Elijah doing at the Transfiguration of Our Lord?  

The Transfiguration, the singular event in which Jesus appears radiant in glory upon the mountain, accompanied by Moses and Elijah, is minutely described in the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark, and Luke), mentioned in the second Epistle of Peter and, according to some, discreetly alluded to in John's Gospel ("We have seen his glory...

what do you think?

2019-03-17 11:10:29



3 ways to get over your discomfort and become an effective spreader of the Gospel...  

Want to effectively evangelize? Get uncomfortable. It goes without saying that one of the greatest modern evangelizers is the Ven. Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen. It is unquestionable that he maintained an unquenchable zeal for souls during his entire priesthood. Here's what Ven. Sheen wrote in a letter while he was a professor at Catholic University of America: "During the past year letters demanding personal attention have run between 75 and a 100 a day...

what do you think?

2019-03-17 08:56:08



USCCB president Cardinal DiNardo suffers stroke, Archbishop Gomez temporarily takes reins ...  

Having soldiered through this last year carrying an unprecedented double burden - the daily life of a booming 1.8 million-member archdiocese (one currently under civil investigation) and the elected leadership of the US' largest religious body amid a season of epic crisis - Houston Chancery released the following statement at 7pm Central tonight...

what do you think?

2019-03-17 07:40:54



2nd Sunday of Lent — The Cross is a fruit-bearing tree...  

The Second Sunday of Lent always features the Transfiguration. The first reason for this is that the trek up Mt. Tabor was one of the stops Jesus made with Peter, James, and John on His final journey to Jerusalem. It is commonly held that He did this to prepare His apostles for the difficult days ahead. There's a line from an old spiritual that says...

what do you think?

2019-03-17 04:35:07



10 things to know about death, judgment, heaven and hell...  

Converting to Catholicism was like being wooed. It was like a courtship, and I fell in love. Among other delights during that courtship, I especially enjoyed learning about (and committing to memory) various Catholic lists - like the seven sacraments, the seven cardinal sins, the seven virtues, stuff like that. In a previous post...

what do you think?

2019-03-16 13:37:09



Leaving the foot of the cross leaves the world unravelled. But Mary stays.....  

My daughter is drawing at church. She handily sketches in a crucifix: Top, bottom, one arm, then the other. She's drawn it many times, over and over. Lately, she's adding more detail, and at first I didn't know what it was- some kind of ghost, a formless lump. Then I saw it was Mary, swathed with robes and veils. Jesus on the cross is sharp and angular...

what do you think?

2019-03-16 13:23:01



In the aftermath of the Christchurch mosque attack, call on the power of God for a revolution of love...  

"My soul is forlorn." The words jumped off my phone Friday morning from Psalm 35. It was one of the prayers of the Liturgy of the Hours that many pray and once again I couldn't help but recognize the hand of God in the prayers of the Church — that so many of us would be praying this early in the morning after 49 people were slaughtered overnight...

what do you think?

2019-03-16 12:34:05



Polish bishops release 'tragic' report on sexual abuse...  

Nearly 400 Polish priests were accused of sexual abuse of minors from 1990 until 2018, a study commissioned by the Episcopal Conference of Poland revealed on Thursday. The study covered data collected from the more than 10,000 parishes in Poland, and included religious orders. According to the report, 382 priests were accused of abuse during the time covered...

what do you think?

2019-03-16 09:07:34



What will happen to the planet at the end of the world?  

In his message for Lent 2019, Pope Francis connects the Lenten campaign for spiritual renewal to the teaching of St. Paul: "the whole of creation waits with eager longing for the revealing of the children of God" (Romans 8:19). The Holy Father explains that just as sin has a corruptive power, which even blemishes creation, the grace of Jesus' death and resurrection is restorative...

what do you think?

2019-03-16 07:48:28



The New Exodus: Readings for the Second Sunday of Lent...  

No one wants to be a slave. Yet many have fallen into slavery in the course of human history, and too often by their own choice. Jesus tells us, "Everyone who commits a sin is a slave to sin" (John 8:34). How do we escape the slavery of sin? Although loosely related, the Readings for this Sunday are linked by the theme of the Exodus...

what do you think?

2019-03-16 07:38:46



Get your spouse to Heaven! Five tips for growing holier as a Catholic couple this Lent.....  

Imagine you and your spouse driving down an open road and all you see out the window is an endless body of water, a beautiful beach and captivating sunset. What is your first thought? Is it the beauty of God's creation? Is it the thought of how the water came to be? Does your husband want to go fishing? Or do you wish you could lie down and relax on the beach...

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2019-03-16 06:02:55



Fox News goes to Kansas to find Ted McCarrick; local bishop says former cardinal is going to confession 'on a regular basis'...  

Former cardinal Ted McCarrick convicted of sex abuse by the Vatican, defrocked by Pope Francis.

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2019-03-16 05:41:57



Why does Jesus call us wicked?  

What is going on in Luke 11:13? Why does Jesus call us wicked? First let's make sure that the translation from the Greek is a good one. The Greek expression used is πονηροὶ ὑπάρχοντες. Poneroi is defined "bad, of a bad nature or condition," but it is also defined as "full of labors, annoyances, hardships...

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2019-03-16 05:36:21



Survey: More than one-third of U.S. Catholics have questioned their membership in the Church in wake of scandals...  

A new survey reveals that more U.S. Catholics are questioning whether they should remain in the church today than when news of the "Spotlight" child sex abuse scandal broke in the Boston Archdiocese in 2002. According to a poll released Wednesday (March 13) by Gallup, more than a third of U.S. Catholics — 37 percent — surveyed in January and February said they have questioned whether they should remain in the church...

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2019-03-16 05:33:02



In Australia, the Catholic Church's bank is full, but the pews are empty.....  

Despite a series of sexual abuse scandals stretching back decades, Australia's Roman Catholic Church displays a veneer of strength. Across Australia, more Catholic parishes have stayed open than in other countries that have weathered abuse scandals, and Catholic schools are still filled with children — owing largely to the financial and legal savvy of Australia's most prominent cleric...

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2019-03-16 05:19:53



Pope reactivates plans for South Sudan trip...  

Pope Francis has asked aides to resume plans for a visit to South Sudan, a trip that had to be scrapped in 2017 because of the civil war in the world's youngest country.

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2019-03-16 05:13:01



Sand in the holy water fonts during Lent? It's a stupid idea, and the Church forbids it.....  

You would think that this stupid idea would have been eradicated by now but, no. I am sure that in some places you readers will see that Holy Water has been removed from the stoops - at the beginning of Lent - and replaced with sand. No Holy Water. Sand. This is a REALLY BAD IDEA. If you go into a church where you see this lunatic scheme...

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2019-03-16 04:53:09



Pope Francis joins worldwide mourning after New Zealand mosque attacks...  

Pope Francis mourned "senseless acts of violence" against innocent life after the New Zealand mosque attacks. On Friday, at least 49 people were killed in attacks on two mosques in the city of Christchurch. The Pope assured all New Zealanders, in particular the Muslim community, of "his heartfelt solidarity in the wake of these attacks" in a telegram sent on his behalf by the Vatican secretary of state March 15...

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2019-03-16 03:57:05



What makes the Christian worldview different from the rest...  

One cannot live without developing opinions about the nature of reality, so every well-defined culture and faith naturally introduces its members to a way of seeing the world. While we can easily name many different worldviews, perhaps the five most important ones are: 1) the Chinese, 2) Indian, 3) Muslim, 4) secular humanist, and 5) the Christian view...

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2019-03-16 03:54:59



Pope Francis shows no regret over a shocking appointment...  

Was Pope Francis sending a subtle message to his critics this week? Or have I become a bit paranoid about papal statements? You decide. In a statement of condolence after the death of Cardinal Godfried Danneels, Pope Francis summed up the ecclesiastical career of the Belgian prelate in two sentences. Pay particular attention to the second sentence

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2019-03-16 03:42:19



My kinship with Cain: What I have learned from my prison visits...  

Go to Jail. Go directly to Jail. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200.00. That ominous Monopoly card and the man peering from behind the bars in the corner of the board echoes in my mind every month when I drive through the South Carolina countryside to celebrate Mass for the inmates at one of our high-security prisons. In this modern age...

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2019-03-16 03:34:09



What Cardinal Newman can tell us about the Cardinal Pell verdict...  

The scene in the London courtroom in 1852 might have been out of a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, with the defendant in simple clerical black standing in the dock before the bewigged representatives of ancient justice. But one of the judges, John Coleridge, a great-nephew of the poet, saw behind the stooped figure of John Henry Newman the shade of the Armada and the ghosts of spies from Douai...

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2019-03-16 03:29:46



New Zealand, radicalization and degeneration...  

One of the biggest lies we hear whenever there is a mass terror attack, such as the one against New Zealand's Muslims, is that the killing was "senseless." It's not without reason when ISIS does it, and it's not without reason when people like Brenton Tarrant, the alleged NZ shooter, do it. The acts are evil, but not senseless; there is a rationale for what they do...

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2019-03-16 03:26:43



Pope clarifies to Bishop Schneider: God does not positively will a “diversity of religions” but only permits it ...  

Pope Francis has clarified that God does not positively will a "diversity of religions" but only permits it, Bishop Athanasius Schneider has said. Bishop Schneider, auxiliary of Astana, joined fellow Kazakhstani bishops for their ad limina visit to Rome last week, during which they raised several concerns with the Pope. The bishop told LifeSiteNews that he had a direct exchange with Pope Francis on a declaration signed last month by the Pope and the Grand Imam of Abu Dhabi...

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2019-03-16 03:21:23



Someday, perhaps sooner than you think, you may be asked to bow before something other than a Tabernacle...  

In a few years, particularly in light of the failings of our own leadership and the Church's weakened moral authority, we Catholics in the United States may be advised to abandon our troubled, "intolerant" Church for one that is more politically approved and correct—and if you think that thought is paranoid, such a move was tried in one state just a decade ago by politicians who had gotten a little ahead of themselves...

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2019-03-16 03:07:16



The hammer falls in West Virginia...  

As the leadership of the US bishops inches toward a partial embrace of Cardinal Blase Cupich's "metropolitan proposal" for investigating allegations against prelates, the lone test-case for the likely national setup has come in for a landing both successful and brutal all at once. In a release made from Baltimore with the Vatican's implicit approval...

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2019-03-16 03:04:05



Among other things, Godfried Cardinal Danneels will be remembered for many controversies...  

Cardinal Godfried Danneels, who headed the Catholic bishops' conference of Belgium for more than 30 years — and who favored changes to the Church that often put him at odds with Catholic teaching — died Thursday at the age of 85. Pope Francis paid tribute to Cardinal Danneels, calling him a "zealous pastor" who served the Church "with dedication...

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2019-03-16 02:53:25



The size of the world's smallest country (Vatican City), compared to the world's largest building...  

Vatican City is a pretty quirky country. It's entirely contained within Rome, but it's not legally considered part of Italy. It has a birthrate of zero, and its citizenry is overwhelmingly male. It's the smallest country in the world by both area and population.

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2019-03-16 02:42:44



Jesus teaches on the need to persist in prayer and wear God out...  

Seeking and knocking indicate persistence. While we might look for something briefly and then give up if we don't find it, seeking implies an ongoing, perhaps lengthy search. Similarly, we don't usually knock by softly tapping a door just once and then leaving if there's no answer; we rap sharply a few times, and if no one comes forth we'll usually try a few more times...

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2019-03-16 02:36:56



What was St. Patrick's real name? The fascinating history behind Ireland's patron saint.....  

When Maewyn (or St. Patrick) was 16 years old, Scheel explains that North Atlantic Pirates kidnapped him and took him to Ireland where they forced him to be a shepherd. Throughout this time, Maewyn wrote of his terrible loneliness. Scheel then says that St. Patrick's mother was a devout Christian, but he wasn't. "While he's living in this exile against his will...

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2019-03-16 02:27:17



Belgian Cardinal Godfried Danneels dies at the age of 85...  

Cardinal Godfried Danneels died Thursday at the age of 85 in his native Belgium. Danneels served as Archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels and leader of the Belgian Bishops' Conference for more than thirty years. In later life, Danneels was widely recognized as an influential member of the college of cardinals and an at times controversial figure...

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2019-03-16 02:24:16



Viganò may have made it harder to get to the truth on McCarrick...  

Presumably, when Italian Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò released his now-infamous statement last August claiming that Pope Francis was in on the cover-up of misconduct by ex-cardinal, and now ex-priest Theodore McCarrick, it was because he wanted to shock the system into getting to the truth. Under the law of unintended consequences...

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2019-03-16 02:10:07



The living wage and its critics...  

After I recently posted a blog called "Is Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Right About the 'Living Wage?'", the Register's combox, its Facebook page, and other forums quickly filled with hundreds of comments. First of all, I want to thank everyone for the thoughtful comments, most of which were supportive. The Register's readers have been very generous over the past two years...

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2019-03-16 01:57:40



'Primates of the Gaols' – Pell's sentencing for abuse caps 'Dark Age' for red hats...  

Due to a couple milestones on the horizon, the 21st century was already bound to be a moment of reflection on the long history of the College of Cardinals: coming years bring both the 1,000th anniversary of the codification of the group's role as the electors of a Pope, and half a millennium since the first meaningful attempt to internationalize the body...

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2019-03-16 01:52:08



Crowd of 1,200 gets rare glimpse of underwater crucifix in Lake Michigan...  

It was cold on Saturday morning, March 9 in Petoskey, Michigan - it's been a cold winter, to be sure - but that didn't stop an estimated 1,200 of the faithful and the curious from venturing out onto the frozen ice of Lake Michigan, then trekking 800 feet from shore to peer through a hole in the five-foot-thick ice. There...

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2019-03-16 01:51:09



Fox News follows McCarrick into distant plains of Kansas: Is this story now 'conservative' news?  

For several months now, I have wondered when a major news organization was going to send a reporter and photographer out into the vast plains of Western Kansas to visit St. Fidelis Friary, which is next door to the giant Basilica of St. Fidelis — which is better known as the "Cathedral of the Plains." This small monastic community in Victoria...

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2019-03-16 01:48:53



Life is worth living: The message of Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen...  

In the mid-1950s, Bishop Fulton Sheen became the Catholic voice of America with his groundbreaking television series, Life Is Worth Living. But there was a second series with the same title, recorded only in audio in 1965 and released just after the close of the Second Vatican Council. The television series was aimed at all men of good will in the larger secular culture...

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2019-03-16 01:45:28



The 4 types of parishes — dying, declining, swelling and growing...  

Dying parishes are on their last legs. A great example is my dad's childhood parish. When he was growing up, there were three Catholic parishes within a few blocks. When all of the Polish people who had originally settled in the neighborhood had kids who moved out, however, they were not necessarily replaced by people who were Catholic...

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2019-03-16 01:43:03



New York Times offers totally faith-free look at why Hispanic American birth rate is plunging...  

You know that old saying, "Demographics are destiny"? Here at GetReligion we have an observation about religion news trends that is linked to that: "Doctrine is destiny," especially when doctrines are linked to marriage and family. I thought of that when reading a long New York Times feature that ran the other day with this headline: "Why Birthrates Among Hispanic Americans Have Plummeted...

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2019-03-16 01:42:16



Cardinal Pell trial observer calls guilty verdict 'incomprehensible'...  

Peter Westmore, who was present at the first mistrial last September and the later retrial in November, told EWTN's News Nightly on March 13 that having heard "all the evidence" he wondered "how a jury was able to reach this verdict is utterly incomprehensible." "A lot of other Australians are saying the same thing," said Westmore...

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2019-03-16 01:36:38



French couple convicted for falsely accusing Catholic priest of sexual abuse [paywall]...  

The couple insisted that they had acted "in good faith" and "with no intention to hurt" anyone. Marie-Jeanne Martin shook her head rapidly, oscillating from left to right in a display ranging from incredulity to anger.She looked completely sure of herself as she shook her husband's hand before the bar of the court in Châlons-en-Champagne on Feb...

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2019-03-16 01:32:29



Analysis: What's next for George Cardinal Pell?  

On Wednesday, Cardinal George Pell was sentenced to six years in prison following his conviction on five charges of sexual abuse of minors. He will be eligible for parole in three years and eight months. While the passing of sentence normally marks the end of a case, Pell's situation is far from resolved. Although he remains in prison...

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2019-03-16 01:31:20






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