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Augustine Institute Opens New Campus (2321)

Archbishop Aquila blesses and dedicates ‘Augustine Institute 2.0’ Sept. 13.

09/18/2012 Comment

DENVER — On Sept. 13, Archbishop Samuel Aquila of Denver opened a new chapter in the history of the Augustine Institute by blessing and dedicating a new campus for the Catholic graduate school that focuses on the New Evangelization.

Since its founding, the university has been a member of the Register’s annual Catholic Identity College Guide.

Augustine Institute president and sacred Scripture professor Timothy Gray said members of the institute think of the new building as “Augustine Institute 2.0.”

“It’s a new beginning for the Augustine Institute,” he said.

Gray said the fiber-optic connection in the new building will allow for Internet streaming of classes, question-and-answer...READ MORE

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Can Beauty Lead To Truth?, Rise of the Catholic Blogosphere, Five Friends a Woman Needs, and More! (2564)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

09/18/2012 Comment

Can Beauty Lead To Truth? Click on the link by Francis Phillips to read more.

Can Beauty Lead To Truth? – Francis Phillips, Catholic Herald

The Rise of the Catholic Blogosphere – Fr. Z’s Blog

Five Friends a Woman Needs – Cheryl Dickow, Catholic Lane

On Delayed Marriage and When the Perfect is the Enemy of the Good – Msgr. Charles Pope, Archdiocese of Washington

Following Jesus, the Original Narrow-minded Christian – Michelle, Catholic Sistas

Anglican Cathedral in Orlando Becomes Catholic by Kathy Schiffer of the Seasons of Grace blog - Big ulpit

Mass Without Holy Communion – Fr. Gary Dickson, Catholic Collar And Tie

Should I Convert To Catholicism? – Fr. John Bartunek, Catholic Spiritual Direction

Custom Organs and Co-Creation – Thomas L. McDonald,...READ MORE

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Pope Benedict’s Road Map for Peace in the Middle East (4057)

In his Lebanon visit, the Holy Father reinforces the ‘inseparable bond between the cross and the Resurrection.’

09/17/2012 Comments (5)

Pope Benedict XVI brings Christ's message of peace to Lebanese youth in Harissa Sept. 15.

– Reuters/L'Osservatore Romano

Pope Benedict XVI left Beirut, Lebanon, for Rome Sept. 16 after making a series of impassioned calls on the people of the Middle East to work towards peace and reconciliation, to be filled with Christian hope, and to strengthen unity and a sense of fraternity.

“I pray in particular that the Lord will grant to this region of the Middle East servants of peace and reconciliation, so that all people can live in peace and with dignity,” the Holy Father said on his final day at an open-air Mass on Beirut’s seafront.

“This is an essential testimony which Christians must render here, in cooperation with all people of good will.” The Pope added: “I appeal to all of you to be peacemakers...READ MORE

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Catholic Charities CEO Tapped for U.S. Bishops’ Justice Department Head (1794)

09/17/2012 Comments (5)

Courtesy of Catholic Charities of Denver

WASHINGTON — President and CEO of Denver Catholic Charities, Jonathan Reyes, has accepted a new role as executive director of the U.S. bishops’ Department of Justice, Peace and Human Development.

Msgr. Ronny Jenkins, the U.S. bishops’ conference’s general secretary, made the appointment, which was announced Sept. 17.

“Jonathan Reyes brings vital experience with on-the-ground charities work and with young adults and is a proven administrator,” Msgr. Jenkins said.

In December, Reyes will begin his new role with the USCCB, overseeing their efforts in domestic and international affairs and the Catholic Campaign for Human Development, the bishops’ anti-poverty program.

“I look forward...READ MORE

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Former Komen Exec Outlines What Happened in Planned Parenthood Controversy (4770)

Planned Bullyhood: The Truth About the Funding Battle With Susan G. Komen for the Cure gives behind-the-scenes look at attacks from Planned Parenthood following the breast-cancer charity's announcement to cut grant funding.

09/17/2012 Comments (10)

In her new book, Karen Handel relays the story behind the “aggressive” and “partisan” attacks from Planned Parenthood following the breast-cancer charity's announcement to cut grant funding.

Handel told Catholic News Agency that when Komen for the Cure announced Feb. 1 that it had decided to restructure funds to Planned Parenthood, the charity “was trying to make a commonsense business decision.”

However, what followed was what Komen's former vice president of public policy called “a massive, premeditated attack on a breast-cancer organization” by Planned Parenthood.

In a Sept. 7 interview, Handel outlined her new book, Planned Bullyhood: The Truth About the Funding Battle With...READ MORE

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Pope Benedict to Lebanon and Middle East: Promote Peace! (1711)

The Holy Father ended his three-day apostolic visit to Lebanon by calling for the dignity of the human person to be respected in all situations.

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Pope Benedict XVI has placed the Middle East under the “maternal protection” of Our Lady and has asked her to help bring peace to war-torn Syria and the entire region.

“May God grant to your country, to Syria and to the Middle East the gift of peaceful hearts, the silencing of weapons and the cessation of all violence! May men understand that they are all brothers!” said the Pope in his midday Angelus address Sept. 16.

“May we, with God’s help, be converted, so as to work ardently to establish the peace that is necessary for harmonious coexistence among brothers, whatever their origins and religious convictions.”

The Holy Father addressed a vast open-air congregation of more...READ MORE

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One Body Many Blogs Sneak Preview, Loving Our Wives and Laying Down Our Lives, and Much More! (2213)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

09/17/2012 Comment

One Body, Many Blogs Sneak Preview. Click on the link by T. J. Burdick to read more.

One Body, Many Blogs Sneak Preview – T. J. Burdick

Men and Contraception: Loving Our Wives and Laying Down Our Lives – J. C. Sanders, Ignitum Today

The Evil of Two Lessers by Ben of the Two Catholic Men and a Blog – Big ulpit

Flirting with the Thin Pink Line – Amanda, Defined by Faith

Broken Childhood Healed by Christ – Alessandra, Catholic Sistas

Apologists and Catechists, Debate and Dialectic – Thomas L. McDonald, Patheos/God & Machine

Meet the Less-Famous Doctors of the Church. . . – Jason Liske, Ascending Mount Carmel

Pope Calls for “Full Rights for Catholics in the Middle East” – La Stampa/Vatican Insider

An Interview with Eduardo Verastegui from For Greater Glory –...READ MORE

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Pope Calls Lebanese Youth to 'Revolution of Love' (3404)

The Holy Father's Sept. 15 address

09/16/2012 Comments (2)

Pope Benedict XVI waves as he arrives for a meeting with young people Setp. 15 in Bkerke, north of Beirut, Lebanon.

– Reuters/Hasan Shaaban

BEIRUT, Lebanon — Pope Benedict XVI has challenged young Christians and Muslims in the Middle East to reject the path of violence and hate and instead unleash a “revolution of love.”

“It is vital that the Middle East in general, looking at you, should understand that Muslims and Christians, Islam and Christianity, can live side by side without hatred, with respect for the beliefs of each person, so as to build together a free and humane society,” the Pope told an open-air gathering of young people in Bkerke, Lebanon, Sept. 15.

Gathered in the square in front of the residence of the country’s Maronite Patriarchate, the tens of thousands of young people heard the Pope tell them that...READ MORE

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