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Is Anybody in Hell, Sola Scriptura Began in 70 AD, Healthy Societies=Successful Marriages and More! (5862)

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Is Anybody In Hell? Follow the link by Fr. Dwight Longenecker to read more.

Is Anybody In Hell by Fr. Dwight Longenecker of the Standing on my Head blogBig Pulpit

“Sola Scriptura Began in 70 A. D.” – Devin Rose, St. Joseph’s Vanguard

Healthy Societies Need Successful Marriages – Anthony Esolen, Crisis Magazine

Discerning a Vocation – Saint Etheldreda’s Place

Are You Afraid I’ll Turn Muslim?: Encountering Non-Christian Religions – Fr. David J. Endres, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

My New Book *The Eternal City*: About Rome and Catholicism – Dr. Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

Christmas Mass Pics in Des Moines, Iowa – Shawn Tribe, New Liturgical Movement

Pope Addresses Our Truly Confused Age - Donald R. McClarey, The American Catholic


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Despite Sotomayor Ruling, Hobby Lobby Won’t Comply With Abortifacient Mandate (11824)

The Christian-owned business faces fines of up to $1.3 million per day after Jan. 1 if it refuses to provide abortion-inducing drugs in its company health-insurance plan.

12/28/2012 Comments (65)

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor

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EDITOR'S NOTE: This article is an updated version of the Dec 27 article “Justice Sotomayor Rejects Hobby Lobby’s Request for Mandate Relief”

WASHINGTON — The Christian-owned business Hobby Lobby has indicated it will not comply with the federal abortifacient mandate, despite the threat of massive fines of up to $1.3 million per day after Jan. 1 for non-compliance.

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor rejected a request that the federal government temporarily halt enforcement of the federal abortifacient mandate against the Christian-owned business Hobby Lobby, The Associated Press reported Dec. 27.

The Green family, owners of the Oklahoma-based retail chain Hobby Lobby, does not...READ MORE

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Catholic Blogger Made Chancellor of College, Leo XIII: Without Faith Liberty Degenerates and More! (1636)

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Praying the ‘Rosary for Love and Life’ on the Holy Innocents’ Feast (1693)

Minnesota Knights of Columbus support the unborn during the Christmas season.

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Knights of Columbus and others gather in St. Paul’s Midway section for this prayer event in front of the city’s Planned Parenthood.

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The feast of the Holy Innocents on Dec. 28 — celebrated in the Church as early as the fifth century to recall and honor the children of Bethlehem martyred because of Our Lord shortly after he was born — has taken on added meaning for many in St. Paul, Minn.

There, the Knights of Columbus' Saint Paul Council 397, based at St. Mary Church, has instituted an annual prayer event officially called the Knights’ Rosary for Love and Life today.

Members and others gather in St. Paul’s Midway section for this prayer event in front of the city’s Planned Parenthood. Considered the country’s third-largest abortion facility, the building is near the University of Minnesota and many other college...READ MORE

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Latin Patriarch’s Christmas Message Surveys Middle East Situation (1436)

‘The joy of Christmas is overshadowed by the staggering violence in Syria,’ the patriarch lamented in his Dec. 20 message.

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Latin Patriarch Fouad Twal

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JERUSALEM — The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, Fouad Twal, has issued a Christmas message that both laments the violence and refugee situation in the Middle East and calls on Christians to live out their faith.

“The joy of Christmas is overshadowed by the staggering violence in Syria,” he said Dec. 20.

He noted the Catholic Church’s work to assist 250,000 Syrian refugees in Jordan, saying this shows the Church is “full of compassion for the victims.”

Conflict between rebel forces and the Syrian government has killed tens of thousands of people and driven many more from their homes.

The refugees are mainly women and children who need food, shelter, medical treatment and clothes.


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A Signal for the New Evangelization (4370)

With 215 stations now broadcasting and further expansion planned, EWTN Radio celebrates its 20th anniversary.

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ON THE AIR. Mother Angelica and the late Piet Derksen, a Dutch businessman, devout Catholic and philanthropist who helped Mother Angelica launch EWTN’s worldwide shortwave operation, WEWN, in 1992. EWTN Radio is celebrating its 20th anniversary.

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Mother Angelica may be best known for starting a Catholic television network, but her launch of shortwave radio on Dec. 28, 1992, has also held its own in the work of the New Evangelization. EWTN Radio has seen tremendous growth, with 215 stations now on the air and new projects in the works.

For the 20th anniversary of EWTN Radio, David Vacheresse, general manager of EWTN Global Catholic Radio Network, spoke with Register senior writer Tim Drake about the radio network’s past, present and future.


What was Mother Angelica’s inspiration for launching EWTN Radio?

In the control room at EWTN Radio, there is a large sign that hangs over all the equipment which says, “Then I saw...READ MORE

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CNN/Piers Morgan: Amend the Bible to Endorse Same-Sex Marriage, Mutual Enrichment and Much More! (3131)

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CNN/Piers Morgan: Let’s Amend the Bible to Endorse Gays. Follow the link by Matthew Archbold to read more.

CNN/Piers Morgan: Let’s Amend the Bible to Endorse Gays by Matthew Archbold of the Creative Minority Report blogBig Pulpit

Mutual Enrichment, Anglican Patrimony, and the Ordinariate – Jeffrey A. Tucker, New Liturgical Movement

Social Justice According to Pope Pius XI – Thomas Storck, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

Who is “Q”? The Mythical World of Bible Scholars – Fr. Dwight Longenecker, Patheos/Standing on my Head

“If You Don’t Stop Going to That Parish, You Will Lose Your Faith” – Jason Liske, Ascending Mount Carmel

The Schoenstatt Movement Nearly 100 Years Old – David Hartline, The American Catholic

“Xmas”: The Ancient and Grand Abbreviation – Matthew Schmitz, First...READ MORE

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The Fiscal Cliff and Secularism (9433)

12/27/2012 Comments (125)

That we seem to be merrily rolling along toward a fiscal cliff is evident. Why is not as clear — at least not the deep why. Some of the depth of the problem can be plumbed out if we look at the relationship between secularism and our current morbid financial mess.

To live in a secular world means that the only heaven, if there is to be one, will be on earth. And since there are no souls in a secular, materialist world, then the only goods we can get are bodily goods. Thus, we run on from the self-preservation of having sufficient food, clothing and shelter to seek superfluous pleasures, titillations, entertainments and luxuries.

If we don’t get it here and now, we won’t get it at all....READ MORE

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