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Archbishop Lori: Grace From Canonizations Will Strengthen Church’s Mission of Evangelization (3745)

Baltimore’s shepherd said he hopes ‘authentic renewal of the Church’ will spring from the Divine Mercy Sunday canonizations of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II.

04/27/2014 Comments (16)
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Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore will be one of more than 5,000 priests, bishops and cardinals to take part in the canonization Mass for Popes John XXIII and John Paul II today at the Vatican.

Named to the episcopacy by John Paul II in 2001, the archbishop is the chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Ad Hoc Committee on Religious Liberty. Prior to today's ceremonies, Archbishop Lori discussed the canonizations, the lives and legacies of the saintly men and the way that both of them advanced the Church’s mission in contemporary America.

 

What do you think are the most important aspects of these canonizations?

Well, I think the most significant aspect is the holiness...READ MORE

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10 Great Jokes Told by Saint Pope John XXIII, The 11 Best Educational Websites for Kids and More! (6683)

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04/27/2014 Comment

Follow the 10 Great Jokes Told by Pope John XXIII link by John White of Catholic Vote to read more.

10 Great Jokes Told by Pope John XXIII by John White of Catholic Vote - BigPulpit.com

The 11 Best Educational Websites for Kids – Kathleen M. Berchelmann MD, Aleteia

Viewing Passion Thru Eyes of St. Gemma Galgani – Joel and Lisa Schmidt, Catholic Stand

Cry Room Survival 101: When Mass Is a Near Occasion of Sin – Carrie Gress, The CWR Blog

Reflection on the Holy Land – Matthew Heinrich, Ignitum Today

Tradition Begins at Home – Kevin Tierney, Catholic Exchange

Fr. Robert Barron Comments on the Meaning of Easter – Jean M. Heimann, Catholic Fire

Catholicism: Scandalous in Every Age - Anthony Esolen, Crisis Magazine

Crucifixion in the Ancient World and Why Jesus Died This Way – Michael...READ MORE

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John XXIII, John Paul II and Their Love Affair With Rome (3948)

NEWS ANALYSIS: Despite being shepherds of the universal Church, both John XXIII and John Paul II clearly acted as the bishop of the Diocese of Rome. They loved Rome, and Rome loved them back.

04/26/2014 Comment
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John XXIII visits children in a hospital.

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The churches of Rome are staying open all night Saturday to welcome pilgrims on the eve of the canonizations of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II. The Vicariate of Rome prepared liturgical services in 11 churches and in several languages, ranging from Italian to Arabic and including Spanish, English, French, Portuguese and Polish.

The liturgical office of the Vicariate of Rome prepared three liturgical events of prayer: the Office of the Readings of the Second Sunday of Easter; the Lucernario (skylight), a traditional rite that is celebrated Saturday evening after the sunset, waiting for the light of Sunday to come; and a Eucharistic celebration followed by a time of Eucharistic adoration....READ MORE

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Pope Francis: 'Matrimony Is a Lifelong Covenant of Love Between One Man and One Woman' (3954)

The Holy Father’s remarks came during an ad limina meeting April 25 with bishops from South Africa, Zimbabwe and Swaziland.

04/26/2014 Comments (10)
CNA/Stephen Driscoll

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VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis stressed the need for bishops and priests to give a “consistent witness” to Christian moral teaching, including the lifelong nature of Christian marriage, and to teach these truths “with great compassion.”

“The holiness and indissolubility of Christian matrimony, often disintegrating under tremendous pressure from the secular world, must be deepened by clear doctrine and supported by the witness of committed married couples,” Pope Francis said. “Christian matrimony is a lifelong covenant of love between one man and one woman; it entails real sacrifices in order to turn away from illusory notions of sexual freedom and in order to foster conjugal fidelity.”

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Cardinal Burke Discusses John Paul II’s Lasting Impact (4580)

The prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura says Evangelium Vitae was ‘one of the most spectacular documents’ the soon-to-be saint wrote.

04/26/2014 Comments (12)
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Cardinal Edward Burke, prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura

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Cardinal Raymond Burke, prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura, is well acquainted with the soon-to-be St. John Paul II.

Cardinal Burke was consecrated to the episcopacy in 1995 by John Paul. Prior to that, the Holy Father named him the first American Defender of the Bond of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura, the highest ecclesiastical court in the Catholic Church. Pope Benedict XVI named him cardinal in 2010 and gave him his current post.

Cardinal Burke discussed his personal memories of Pope John Paul II and the late pope’s immense impact on the Church that he shepherded for more than 25 years, on the eve of his canonization together with Pope John...READ MORE

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Think Pope Francis Is Squishy? Think Again; Why Don't Moderns Name Little Girls Mary and More! (4140)

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04/26/2014 Comment

Follow Think Pope Francis Is Squishy? Think Again link by J. V. Gerardi to read more.

Think Pope Francis Is Squishy? Think Again by J. V. Gerardi - BigPulpit.com

Why Don’t Modern Parents Name Their Little Girls ‘Mary’? – Mary Schiffer, Seasons of Grace

A Non-Historical Question about Jesus of Nazareth – Bob Drury, Catholic Stand

Treasures of the Abbey of St. Maurice at the Louvre - Gregory DiPippo, New Liturgical Movement

Into the Garden We Walk – Katie Richard, Ignitum Today

Blessed Pope John XXIII and Blessed Pope John Paul II – George Weigel, First Things

Remembering Good Pope John – William Van Ornum, Aleteia

Why Paul J. Griffiths Is Wrong About Homosexual Acts – Mark S. Latkovic STD, Truth and Charity Forum

Mideast Christians, Dhimmis Once More? – Mark...READ MORE

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Denial of Pro-Life Group’s Bid Sparks Controversy at Yale (2788)

The pro-lifers were rejected by a campus social-justice center after a last-minute ‘whisper campaign’ claimed that defending the unborn is opposed to social justice.

04/25/2014 Comments (3)
Facebook/Choose Life at Yale

Members of Choose Life at Yale, which was denied member status at the campus-affiliated social-justice center Dwight Hall, participate in the 2012 March for Life.

– Facebook/Choose Life at Yale

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A pro-life group at Yale is the first student organization in recent memory to have been denied membership to a prominent on-campus social-justice center, despite being encouraged to apply by the center’s leadership.

And although the deciding vote was cast April 16, the denial of Choose Life at Yale’s (CLAY) bid for member status at Dwight Hall is still generating controversy on campus and across the country.

First Things and National Review expressed outrage over the attempt to stigmatize pro-life outreach as antithetical to social justice, and Commentary magazine attacked the center’s decision as an expression of “ideological bigotry.”

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The Key to Increasing Vocations, Two Saintly Popes, The Spiritual Care of Patients and More! (1831)

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04/25/2014 Comment

Follow The Key to Increasing Vocations link via Fr. Z’s Blog to read more.

The Key to Increasing Vocations – Fr. Z’s Blog

Skip the Sanitized 'Heaven Is For Real' Movie by Brantly Millegan of Aleteia - BigPulpit.com

Two Saintly Popes: How Pope John Paul II and Blessed Pope John XXIII Modeled Virtue – Fr. Robert Barron, The CWR Blog

More Spiritual Care of Patients – Tammy Ruiz, Catholic Stand

Blessed Pope John XXIII, 1958-1963: A Brief Biography – Fr. David V. Meconi SJ, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

Big Screen Pontius Pilates: Cyril Richard – Don. R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

“Jesus’s Wife” Hoax: The Plot Thickens – Thomas L. McDonald, God and the Machine

Are You Celebrating Easter Enough? – Christina Weber, Catholic Stand

The ABCs of Saint Anselm –...READ MORE

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