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What Catholic Tradition Meant to Paul Harvey, How to Redeem the College Dating Scene and Much More! (4239)

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01/11/2014 Comment

What Catholic Tradition Means to a Protestant. Follow the link by Emily Stimpson to read more.

What Catholic Tradition Means to a Protestant by Emily Stimpson - BigPulpit.com

How to Redeem the College Dating Scene – Lilia Draime, Aleteia

The Know Nothing Jamie Stiehm - Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

Putting a Face on Down Syndrome – Leslie Fain, The Catholic World Report

Scripture Matters, Only Science Disproves Science – Seth Evangelho, Ignitum Today

The Book Whisperer: The Art of Spiritual Writing – Heidi Hess Saxton, Catholic Lane

How To Be a Biblical Literalist - JoAnna Wahlund, Catholic Stand

Book Review: How to Talk to a Skeptic – Sam Entile, The Catholic Voyager

The Bad Evangelist Club: 33,000 Denominations by Benjamin Baxter - BigPulpit.com

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Lila Rose: A Pro-Life Journey of Hope and Faith (7453)

The young pro-life advocate stresses that apparent roadblocks can actually turn out to be stepping stones to deeper faith and greater success in affirming the human dignity of all.

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Lila Rose, president of Live Action

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RICHMOND, Va. — If Planned Parenthood’s abortion providers had a top-10 enemies list, you would probably find Lila Rose, the 25-year-old president of the pro-life group Live Action, ranked there as enemy No. 1. And it would be for good reason: Over the course of eight years, her undercover investigations of Planned Parenthood facilities have given the public an inside view of Planned Parenthood, leading to criminal investigations, loss of state funding and new state laws.

Rose began her undercover investigations into abortion facilities at age 15, when she founded Live Action. The youth-led organization has grown exponentially since then, and it uses the tools of new media and social...READ MORE

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GOP Leader Delays Party Meeting to Support March for Life (2685)

‘This is a core principle of our party,’ Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus told The Washington Times.

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WASHINGTON — The chairman of the Republican National Committee has delayed the start of the party’s annual winter meeting in order not to conflict with the 2014 March for Life in Washington.

Chairman Reince Priebus told The Washington Times that there was “a real interest among a significant portion of our members to attend and support the Rally for Life.”

“This is a core principle of our party. It was natural for me to support our members and our principles,” he said.

Priebus, a Greek Orthodox lawyer from Wisconsin, decided to delay the start of the party meeting so that he and other committee members could attend the Jan. 22 event on the National Mall in downtown D.C. Party...READ MORE

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Catholic Leaders Call for Policies Promoting Decent Work and a Just Wage (2959)

Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski and Catholic Charities USA President Father Snyder said the current minimum wage does not allow people to live in dignity and raise one child out of poverty.

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WASHINGTON — As lawmakers in the nation’s capital discuss a possible increase in federal minimum wage, Catholic leaders are asking that the needs of workers and families be kept in mind.

The current federal minimum wage fails “to provide sufficient resources for individuals to form and support families,” argued Archbishop Thomas Wenski of Miami, chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development, and Father Larry Snyder, president of Catholic Charities USA, in a Jan. 8 letter to the U.S. Senate.

“We write not as economists or labor-market experts, but, rather, as pastors and teachers, who, every day, in our ministries and churches, see the pain and...READ MORE

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Pope Francis Invites Old Friend for Popemobile Ride (5099)

Father Fabian Baez from Buenos Aires was in the crowd by himself when the Pope spotted him and asked him to climb aboard the popemobile.

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Pope Francis greets his friend, Father Fabian Baez, at the end of his weekly general audience Jan. 8 in St. Peter's Square.

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VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis welcomed an old friend — Father Fabian Baez — to ride on his popemobile after spotting the priest in the crowd at the Jan. 8 general audience in St. Peter’s Square.

The Argentinian priest has been friends with Pope Francis since they worked together in Buenos Aires.

According to the newspaper La Nacion, Father Baez was able to get past a security barrier to get close to the Pope. He called out to the Holy Father, who turned and saw him.

“Are you with somebody or alone?” Pope Francis asked. “No, I’m alone,” the priest replied, to which Francis said, “Come on. Get in!”

Father Baez was shocked, as were the papal security guards, who once again witnessed...READ MORE

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‘Magnificat’: Introducing the Liturgy to Christian Laity for 15 Years (9654)

Dominican Father Peter Cameron, the U.S. edition’s editor in chief, discusses the magazine’s origins and its mission.

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Dominican Father Peter Cameron, editor in chief of Magnificat

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Dominican Father Peter Cameron has been the editor in chief of the American edition of Magnificat since 1998. He also serves as the chairman of homiletics at St. Joseph’s Seminary, Yonkers, N.Y., and he is an author and playwright.

In December 2013, Magnificat celebrated the 15th anniversary of its first edition in the United States, and it now has 250,000 subscribers. The monthly publication was founded by Pierre-Marie Dumont, a French Catholic and father of 12, who also serves as its publisher. Dumont has said that he chose the name “Magnificat” because it expressed “Mary’s unreserved ‘Yes’ to God’s amazing invitation to bring Jesus into her life and into the world! Her ‘Yes’ is what...READ MORE

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5 Marks of a Catholic Family, Pope Francis Says Justice and Peace Start from Home and Much More! (3727)

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01/10/2014 Comment

5 Marks of a Catholic Family. Follow the link by Dr. Gregory Popcak of Catholic Exchange to read more.

5 Marks of a Catholic Family by Dr. Gregory Popcak of Catholic Exchange - BigPulpit.com

Pope Francis: “Justice & Peace Start from the Home” - Iacopo Scaramuzzi, Vatican Insider

Our Lady’s Retirement Plan - Pat Ryan, The American Catholic

The Saint Who was Twice Appointed Archbishop of Canterbury - Ed West, The Catholic Herald

Looking to the Star of the New Evangelization - Edward Looney, Ignitum Today

Custody of the Mind - Michelle Arnold, Catholic Answers

Ursuline Nuns, Thomas Jefferson & Synchronicity; Jamie Stiehm – Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

Is Sam Harris Right About Drugs? - Joe Heschmeyer, Strange Notions

The Lay Faithful’s Call to Kerygma – Fr....READ MORE

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Legionaries Begin First General Chapter to Revise Constitutions (2150)

The meeting will also elect a new governing body for the religious order.

01/09/2014 Comments (5)
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Cardinal Velasio De Paolis gives the homily during the Jan. 8 opening Mass of the Legion of Christ's General Chapter

– Legionaries of Christ

VATICAN CITY — Earlier this morning, the Legionaries of Christ began their first meeting to draft and approve their new constitutions, after which they will elect their new leadership.

Opening with a Jan. 8 Mass celebrated by Cardinal Velasio De Paolis, the chapter, which will be held behind closed doors throughout its duration, began its official meetings the morning of Jan. 9 and is slated to last roughly 20 days.

The general chapter was mandated by Benedict XVI in the wake of the revelation of the double life led by the congregation’s founder, Father Marcial Maciel, who is since deceased.

An official investigation into the life and conduct of Father Maciel was launched by the...READ MORE

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