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An App for Every Diocese, Washington State Warns Bishop Over Same-Sex 'Marriage,' and More (2901)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

09/05/2012 Comment

An App for Every Diocese. Click on the link by Jeff Geerling to read more.

An App for Every Diocese – Jeff Geerling, Open Source Catholic

Bishop Warned by Washington State over Defense of Marriage Campaign by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf – Big ulpit

15 Years of Trying to Convert Catholic Wife to Lutheranism, Tables Turned! – Ron Doub, Why I Am Catholic

The Honest Truth: Should You Date Non-Catholics? – Ryan Eggenberger, Ignitum Today

Musical Discretion and Power – Jeffrey A. Tucker, The Chant Café

Syriac Catholic Patriarch: E.U. Hypocrisy & Middle East Christians – St. Etheldreda’s Place

Croquet for Catholics – Webster Bull, Witness

Exiled Chinese Priest Tells of Persecution – Emily Stimpson, OSV Newsweekly

Where can I Find a Spiritual Director? – Dan...READ MORE

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‘We See the Lord in Combat’ (3544)

Remembering Servant of God Father Vincent Capodanno

09/04/2012 Comments (4)
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Archbishop Timothy Broglio of the Archdiocese of the Military Services delivered this homily at the Sept. 4 memorial Mass for Servant of God Father Vincent Capodanno at the Crypt Church of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington. A Maryknoll missionary, military chaplain and U.S. Navy lieutenant, Father Capodanno was killed in Vietnam on Sept. 4, 1967, while ministering to wounded and dying Marines of the 1st Marine Division. He posthumously received the Medal of Honor, and, in 2006, the Catholic Church officially proclaimed him a "Servant of God"; his story is the subject of The Grunt Padre by Father Daniel Mode.

 

A few weeks ago there was a...READ MORE

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Why God Says 'No', Dating Can Be Hard, the Hardest Mortification: Judgment, and More! (2945)

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09/04/2012 Comment

Why God Sometimes Says “No”. Click on the link by Gary Zimak to read more.

Why God Sometimes Says “No” – Gary Zimak, Following the Truth

Let’s Be Real, Dating Can Be Hard – Maura Byrne, Focus Blog

The Hardest Mortification: One’s Own Judgment – St. Francis de Sales, Rorate Cæli

Eight Keys to Campus Apostolating – Micah Murphy, Truth & Charity

Healthy Consciences, Catholics in Medical Schools – Editorial Board, OSV Newsweekly

Name-Calling: Favored Weapon of Gay Marriage Supporters – Donald DeMarco, Crisis Magazine

Bishop Hugh Gilbert Predicted Rightly that Same-Sex Marriage would Bring Polygamy by William Oddie – Big ulpit

A New Pontifical Academy for the Latin Language? So It Seems – Fr. Z’s Blog

Spiritual Direction is Not Spiritual Reading -...READ MORE

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The Register's Catholic Identity College Guide '12 (4365)

Our annual look at faithfully Catholic colleges and universities. This year we feature 33 schools in our Sept. 9 issue.

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A look at 33 faithfully Catholic colleges and universities ... and features on Oxford-style housing, college-bound book picks, Jane Austen, student filmmakers, distance learning, a quarterback who kept the faith in college and after, as well as a look at the new movie about St. Augustine.

Here is our complete guide.

God bless all new and returning college students this fall!

 

Correction

DeSales University

2755 Station Ave.

Center Valley, PA 18034

(877) 4DESALES

DeSales.edu

Enrollment: 2,468 (undergraduates and graduate)

(1,576 are undergraduates)

 

The Institution:

+ President’s Oath

+ Catholic Board

- * Catholic Faculty

+ Mandatum Required

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New Orleans Archdiocese Prays for and Helps Victims of Hurricane Isaac (1482)

Catholic Charities is assisting those in need.

09/04/2012 Comment
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NEW ORLEANS — Archbishop Gregory Aymond of New Orleans prayed for victims of Hurricane Isaac as the archdiocese’s Catholic Charities affiliate assesses damage and helps those affected.

“We consciously place ourselves in God’s presence and ask him to give us his protection,” Archbishop Aymond said.

“God has always promised to protect us in challenging times, and we ask that God does that now, especially with those who are struggling. Bless us and help us reach those in need.”

His prayer came in an Aug. 29 conference call with the leadership of New Orleans’ Catholic Charities, according to the archdiocesan newspaper The Clarion Herald.

In another prayer published by Catholic...READ MORE

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Pope Benedict: Faith Must Be Lived With Integrity (2984)

The Holy Father reminded pilgrims Sept. 2 that God's law brings true freedom. The real meaning of following God’s law, he said, is 'to live in listening to God.'

09/04/2012 Comment
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Pope Benedict XVI says that God’s law brings personal liberation to each person who embraces it and lives it with integrity.

“God’s law is his word, which guides man on the path of life, releases him from the slavery of selfishness and introduces him to the ‘land’ of true freedom and life,” the Pope said during his midday Sept. 2 Angelus address.

“For this reason, in the Bible, the Law is not seen as a burden, an overwhelming limitation, but as the Lord’s most precious gift, the testimony of his fatherly love, of his desire to be close to his people, to be their ally and write with his people a love story.”

The Pope made his remarks before several thousand pilgrims who gathered in...READ MORE

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Be A Catholic Writer, Can Distributism Fix a Ravaged Nation, Sign and Symbol Transparency, and More! (2970)

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09/04/2012 Comment

On Being a Catholic Writer. Click on the link by Ralph McInerny Ph.D. to read more.

On Being a Catholic Writer – Ralph McInerny PhD, Crisis Magazine

Can Distributism Fix a Ravaged Country? – Dr. Ovidiu Hurduzeu, The Distributist Review

On the Transparency of Sign and Symbol – Fr. Christopher Smith, The Chant Café

20 Things You’ve Always Wanted to Know About Large Families – Catholic Sistas

Spiritual Direction Through the Wind and Waves – Dan Burke, Cthlc Spiritual Direction

Vatican Refuses to Comment on Cyber Attack Rumors – David Kerr, Catholic News Agency

Homosexual Promiscuity: Breeding a National Health Problem by David R. Usher and Cynthia L. Davis – Big ulpit

Catholic New Media Conference 2012 Wrap-up – Jeff Geerling, Life is a Prayer.com

The...READ MORE

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Leaving the Culture of Death Behind (10276)

Jewels Green explains what triggered her revulsion at abortion — and how she became a Catholic.

09/03/2012 Comments (40)
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– Courtesy of Jewels Green

Jewels Green is a stay-at-home mother of three boys. A former abortion-business worker, she left the industry and became a pro-life advocate in 2011. A former Lutheran, Green entered the Catholic Church on April 7, 2012. She recently spoke with Register senior writer Tim Drake from her home outside Philadelphia.

 

How did you first become involved in abortion work?

I worked at the Allentown Women’s Center, a freestanding abortion center that has been in continuous operation for more than 30 years. I was a poster child for cross-training. I did every job there except for doctor and nurse. I answered the phone and booked appointments; I took payments; I was trained in the lab, so that...READ MORE

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