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A Catholic Alternative for Health Insurance, How Easily Possession Turn to Disappointment, and More! (3918)

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08/03/2012 Comment

Solidarity Health Share, a Catholic Alternative for Health Insurance. Click on the link by Devin Rose to read more.

Solidarity Health Share, a Catholic Alternative for Health Insurance – Devin Rose, St. Joseph’s Vanguard

How Easily Possession Turns to Disappointment – Spiritual Life, Catholic Herald

Reflecting on the Mothers of the Church – Emily Stimpson, OSV Newsweekly

4 Failures in the Chick-Fil-A Controversy by Brandon Vogt – Big Pulpit

Listen, and Take Heart: Music that Shines Through the Darkness – Robert R. Reilly, Crisis Magazine

NFP For Those Over Forty – Stacy Trasancos PhD, Catholic Lane

Searching for Lost Fatherhood – Norberto Gonzalez Gaitano, MercatorNet

Can We Separate Tebow from His Anti-Catholic Father? – Elizabeth Scalia, Patheos/The Anchoress

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Traditional Marriage Supporters Flock to Chick-fil-A (5242)

Restaurants report 'record-setting' figures for Aug. 1 Appreciation Day while protesters plan Aug. 3 'same-sex kiss in.'

08/03/2012 Comments (22)

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Major thoroughfares backed up all day on Wednesday in front of this city’s five Chick-fil-A locations. The scene played out in cities throughout the country, as people who respect marriage as an institution between one man and one woman came out to support the embattled president of Chick-fil-A, Dan Cathy, who came under attack for expressing his support of traditional marriage in the Baptist Press.

“This is amazing,” said Jackie Walls, marketing director for a Colorado Springs Chick-fil-A, as she helped manage traffic and took orders from customers waiting in the drive-through line. “People started showing up in droves at about 9am, and it has not slowed down....READ MORE

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In the Absence of Fathers: A Story of Elephants and Men, Best-Parish-Bulletin-Ever, and Much More! (12272)

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08/02/2012 Comment

In the Absence of Fathers: A Story of Elephants & Men. Click on the link by Fr. Gordon J. MacRae to read more.

In the Absence of Fathers: A Story of Elephants & Men – Fr. Gordon J. MacRae, Catholic Lane

Best. Parish. Bulletin. Ever. – Brandon Vogt

Modesty is Annoying by Christina Head of the Life Teen blog – Big Pulpit

One Million Moms Campaign Urges Removal of Anti-Family Show – Catholic News Agency

The Role of the Church in the Olympics – Austen Ivereigh, OSV Newsweekly

A Not-So-Catholic Guide to the 2012 London Olympics – Stephen Kokx, Catholic Vote

The Smoke of Satan in Steubenville – Joel Schmidt, The Practicing Catholic

Mom Can You Ask Dad? - Amanda Castro, Ignitum Today

Forgiveness and Love at the Foot of the Cross – Postabortion Journey Walk With Me

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Pope Finishes 'Jesus of Nazareth' Trilogy, May Pen Encyclical (7581)

Vatican secretary of state says papal document may come soon.

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Pope Benedict at the recent World Meeting of Families

– World Meeting of Families/CNA

Pope Benedict XVI has concluded the third and final volume of Jesus of Nazareth dedicated to the Gospels relating to Jesus’s childhood, and a new encyclical may follow it, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, the Vatican secretary of state, said last night.

Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a Mass he celebrated in the parish of Introd, a village in the Valle d’Aosta region of the northern Italian Alps, where he is on vacation, the cardinal said the book would be “a great gift for the Year of Faith,” which begins in October.

“We will read the third book by Benedict XVI avidly and with great relish,” he predicted, according to a report by Vatican Radio.

The Vatican confirmed the news in...READ MORE

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Bishop Leonard Blair Takes on the LCWR (8450)

Commentary: What's going on with the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, Part 3

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Diocese of Toledo, Ohio

– Diocese of Toledo, Ohio

The course of the clash between the Vatican and the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) was probably set four years ago when Bishop Leonard Blair of Toledo, Ohio, began the study that led to the critical doctrinal assessment from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF).

In a series of exchanges, Bishop Blair requested information on educational materials prepared by the LCWR and speakers at its annual assemblies.

Areas of concern included the formation of religious, the role of religious in the Church, abortion, ordination of women, homosexual activity and contraception. It was apparent that the LCWR and its invited speakers were generally either not...READ MORE

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Losing the Battle. . .  Maybe That's the Point, A Summer Reading List for Catholics, and More! (2488)

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Feel Like You’re Fighting a Losing Battle? Maybe That’s the Point. Click on the link by The Idler to read more.

Feel Like You’re Fighting a Losing Battle? Maybe That’s the Point – The Idler, Ascndng Mt. Carmel

A Summer Reading List for Catholics by Stephen Kokx of the Catholic Vote blog – Big Pulpit

Nothing Vain About It: On Vanity Press – Cheryl Dickow, Catholic Lane

On Church Architecture: The Endurance of Classicism – Denis McNamara, Creative Minority Report

Beauty is Truth & Truth Beauty – Fr. Dwight Longenecker, Patheos/Standing on my Head

Chick-fil-A Tolerance Day [UPDATED] – Big Pulpit

Caravaggio’s Painting: “The Calling of St. Matthew” – Sandro Magister, La Repubblica/www.chiesa

The Common Good – David W. Cooney, The Distributist Review

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Ruling Strikes Body Blow to Obamacare (12301)

Commentary on Catholic business' injunction victory against the HHS mandate, as Aug. 1 marks the initial implementation of the controversial federal ruling.

08/01/2012 Comments (22)
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Hugh Hewitt

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Friday afternoon, aka the “Friday News Dump,” is the time when folks in the United States release news they don’t want anyone to notice.

This is a time-honored tradition inside the Beltway, when agencies under siege and beleaguered politicians announce their mea culpas or publish their email trails.

It is rare for courts to play politics with the release of their decisions and opinions, and there is no reason to think that U.S. District Court Judge John Kane of Colorado intended to bury the result of Newland v. Sebelius July 27.

However, because of the timing, many people missed it.

Certainly those in the mainstream media missed it — or simply wanted to ignore it.

For Kane’s...READ MORE

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Sit Down and Serve Your Spouse, 3 Ages of Interior Life in Relation to the Jewish Temple, and More! (1459)

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08/01/2012 Comment

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