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Don't Date a Guy Who's 'Willing' to Wait for Sex, Cardinal Spellman and More! (2409)

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Follow the Don’t Date a Guy Who’s “Willing” to Wait for Sex by Laura McAlister link to read more.

Don’t Date a Guy Who’s “Willing” to Wait for Sex by Laura McAlister – BigPulpit.com

The Hard-Fought Rise of Cardinal Francis Spellman – Russell Shaw, OSV Newsweekly

A Framework for the New Evangelization – Andrew Kassebaum, Catholic Stand

What’s the Best Translation of Saint Augustine’s “The Confessions”? – Fr. Z's Blog

Embracing My Inner Hobbit – Megan Twomey, Ignitum Today

Levity and Gravity – Father Dwight Longenecker, Catholic Exchange

What Is Mildness? – Dan Burke, Roman Catholic Spiritual Direction

The Sublime Patchwork Art of a Vermont Recluse – Heather King, Aleteia∝

Cardinal Müller: A Great Catholic Leader – Filip Mazurczak, The Catholic Thing

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Knights of Columbus’ Collection for Persecuted Iraqis Passes $2 Million (3095)

In just three weeks, a matching campaign by the Catholic fraternal order has drawn more than $1 million in public donations.

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Refugees who have fled from ISIS and arrived in Ankawa, in the northern part of Erbil, Iraq.

– CNA/ankawa.com

WASHINGTON — A Knights of Columbus relief fund for persecuted Iraqi refugees has now surpassed $2 million, and the order has released a special prayer to add a spiritual dimension to the humanitarian response.

“It has shocked the conscience of the world that people are systematically being purged from the region where their families have lived for millennia simply for their faith,” Knights of Columbus CEO and Supreme Knight Carl Anderson said Sept. 9.

“It is imperative that we stand in solidarity with them in defense of the freedom of religion and conscience and provide them with whatever relief we can.”

In three weeks, a matching campaign by the Catholic fraternal order has drawn more...READ MORE

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Archbishop Aquila's 9/11 Reminder: Love of God Linked to Love of Man (2399)

The archbishop of Denver wrote that violence in the name of religion, be it the terrorist attacks of 13 years ago or the current atrocities perpetuated by ISIS and Boko Haram, is a reflection of a hatred of God.

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FEMA Urban Search and Rescue teams work to clear rubble and search for survivors at the World Trade Center site on Sept. 17, 2001.

– CNA/Andrea Booher/FEMA News Photo

DENVER —  The 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks against the United States is a chance to mourn and honor those who died, as well as to choose love over hatred, Archbishop Samuel Aquila said.

“The fruit of people hating their fellow man is that they end up hating God. Their religion becomes warped and twisted by their hatred for their neighbor,” the Denver archbishop said in his Sept. 11 column for the Denver Catholic Register.

Hatred and death were never meant to be a part of creation, but they came about when Adam and Eve disobeyed God in the Garden of Eden, later leading up to the first murder, when Cain killed his brother Abel out of jealousy.

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Retired NYC Firefighter Remembers 9/11 Every Day (3125)

Colorado resident Kevin Nerney is one of nearly 3,000 responders fighting 9/11-related cancer.

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A New York City firefighter looks up at the remains of the South Tower of the World Trade Center on Sept.13, 2001.

– Wikipedia

DENVER — This week, the world will remember the 13th anniversary of the events of 9/11, but for Steamboat Springs, Colo., resident Kevin Nerney, 56, the attacks are “a daily memory.”

On Sept. 11, 2001, Lt. Nerney was settling into a new life in Steamboat Springs, having just retired two weeks earlier from the New York City Fire Department. He watched as the Twin Towers crumbled, knowing that his crew would most likely be on the ground.

He found out later that all the men from his fire station on duty that day died, including his best friend. He took the first available plane back to New York to help with the search-and-cleanup efforts.

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Answering a Muslim Apologist, Padre Pio and Grief, St. Teresa of Avila on Humility and Much More! (3198)

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Answering a Muslim Apologist by Robert Spencer of Catholic Answers – BigPulpit.com

Padre Pio and Grief – Patrick Burke, The Way Out There

Know Thyself: Saint Teresa of Avila on Humility – Chelsea Houghton, Catholic Stand

Anthony “Tony” Fraser, Requiescat In Pace – The Eye-Witness

Seven More Books for Catholic College Students – J. C. Sanders PhD, Ignitum Today

Better Movies, Please – Patrick Coffin, Catholic Answers

Pope Francis: Melian World – Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

Melinda Gates Raising Billions of Dollars to Inject Women with Depo-Provera – Steven W. Mosher, Aleteia∝

I Took the Toys, Then I Took the Room – Stacy Trasancos PhD

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Obama Administration Continues to Target Little Sisters of the Poor (3221)

The administration has announced it will continue with its legal case to impose the HHS mandate on the religious sisters’ charitable operations.

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WASHINGTON — The Obama administration has announced that it will continue its legal fight against the Little Sisters of the Poor over the contraception mandate, which religious-liberty advocates say remains unconscionable.

“Merely offering the Little Sisters a different way to violate their religion does not ease their conscience,” said Adele Keim, counsel at the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, which is representing the Little Sisters of the Poor in court.

“Religious ministries in these cases serve tens of thousands of Americans, helping the poor and homeless and healing the sick. The Little Sisters of the Poor alone serve more than 10,000 of the elderly poor,” she observed in a Sept....READ MORE

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Legal Group: Belgium’s Assisted-Suicide Law Failed a Depressed Woman (2203)

‘People suffering from depression need compassion and love, not a prescription for death,’ said a senior member of Alliance Defending Freedom.

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The late Gedelieva De Troyer and her son, Tom Mortier.

– CNA/Euthanasia Prevention Coalition

BRUSSELS — Belgium’s doctor-assisted suicide laws allowed an unqualified doctor to kill a depressed mother who did not have a terminal illness without notifying her family, the woman’s son has charged in legal filing against them.

“People suffering from depression need compassion and love, not a prescription for death,” Roger Kiska, senior counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, said Sept. 3. “The state has a duty to put the necessary safeguards in place so that suffering patients receive adequate care from doctors and an opportunity to consult with family members.”

Alliance Defending Freedom has filed an application with the European Court of Human Rights on behalf of Tom Mortier, son...READ MORE

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Indian State Okays Prohibition (2654)

Church leaders hail Kerala’s ban on sales of hard liquor.

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Workers line up at a Kerala Beverage Corporation liquor outlet located on the second floor of a building near Palakkad in central Kerala in April 2013.

– Anto Akkara

NEW DELHI — The Church in southern Kerala state is ecstatic after the state government announced drastic steps to usher in prohibition in the largest Christian pocket in India, which also has the nation’s highest alcoholism rates.

“This is a historic victory for the Church and the people of Kerala,” Bishop Remigiose Inchaniyil, chairman of the Temperance Commission of the Kerala Catholic Bishops Council (KCBC), told the Register.

“It is much more than what we had hoped for,” admitted the bishop, who heads the Thamarassery Diocese in north Kerala.

More than 6 million Christians account for 19% of the population in a state where most Christians trace their faith to St. Thomas the Apostle....READ MORE

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