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Dangerous Article for Boys, Churches: Houses of God-Not People, Foot Washing Confusion, and More! (2323)

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08/24/2012 Comment

The Dangerous Article for Boys. Click on the link by Martin Cothran to read this dangerous article for boys.

The Dangerous Article for Boys – Martin Cothran, Catholic Lane

Wow!: Churches are Houses of God, Not People – Fr. Simon Henry, Offerimus Tibi Domine

Foot Washing and Disobedience by Msgr. Charles Pope of the OSV Newsweekly – Big ulpit

Vatican Publishing House Signs Deal with Apple – Thomas L. McDonald, Patheos/God and the Machine

The Conquest of Poverty – Bonchamps, The American Catholic

Women Biggest Backers of Abortion Curbs in Rape Cases – Matthew Schmitz, First Things/First Thought

Economics, Reproductive Health and Integrity of the Family – Arland Nichols and Donald DeMarco, LifeSiteNews/Zenit

Where Wages Come From – Tim Shaughnessy, Catholic Vote

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Catholic-Owned Health Group, Voted 'Best Place to Work for Women,' Sues Over HHS Mandate (3387)

Owners and their Chicago business filed suit against the federal government and the state of Illinois for infringing upon their religious freedom in their business decisions.

08/24/2012 Comments (2)

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A businesswoman who has filed the most recent lawsuit against the federal contraception mandate believes that the government must respect her identity as a Catholic woman as well as a business owner.

"I’m a total, integrated person," said Mary Anne Yep, co-founder and vice president of Triune Health Group.

Yep told EWTN News on Aug. 23 that she cannot separate her identity as a woman, a business owner and a Catholic. The government cannot expect her to "carve out a portion" of herself during working hours, she said.

Yep helped found Triune Health Group in 1990, along with her husband, Christopher, who serves as the company’s president and CEO.

The company was recently named the...READ MORE

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Catholic News Agency Editor Will Lead L.A. Archdiocese Communications (750)

Editor has headed wire service the Register uses since 2010.

08/24/2012 Comment
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Dave Scott

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Catholic News Agency's editor-in-chief, David Scott, has been tapped to lead the communications operations of the nation’s largest archdiocese.

Archbishop José Gomez has appointed Scott as his vice chancellor for communications. Scott will “direct and coordinate all internal and external communications for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles,” according to a statement released by the archdiocese Aug. 20.

The Los Angeles archdiocese spans nearly 9,000 square miles and encompasses 120 cities in southern California. It serves a Catholic population of roughly 5 million in 288 parishes and is one of world’s most diverse archdioceses, ministering to 72 different ethnic and national groups and...READ MORE

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Pro-Life Groups to Obama: Go After Planned Parenthood, the Primary Exploiter of Girls (4840)

The heads of Life Dynamics and Live Action agree with the president that ‘rape is rape.’ Now they want him to go after the organization that has been shown to cover it up.

08/23/2012 Comments (7)

Leaders of at least two pro-life organizations hope President Barack Obama meant it when he said, “Rape is rape.”

They want him to crack down on sexual exploitation of young girls, which accounts for the majority of rape-related pregnancies.

“Rape is rape,” Obama said. “And the idea that we should be parsing and qualifying and slicing what types of rape we are talking about doesn’t make sense to the American people and certainly doesn’t make sense to me.”

The president’s Aug. 20 remark responded to a now-infamous television interview aired the night before in which Missouri Republican senatorial candidate Todd Akin argued that women typically do not get pregnant as the result of...READ MORE

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Court: Texas Can Bar State Funds to Planned Parenthood (2364)

In a unanimous decision, a federal court on Tuesday lifted an injunction that protected Planned Parenthood from a Texas law that bars state funds from organizations that perform or promote abortion. Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who backed the law, said Aug. 21 the decision is 'a win for Texas women, our rule of law and our state’s priority to protect life.'

08/23/2012 Comments (4)

In a unanimous decision, a federal court on Tuesday lifted an injunction that protected Planned Parenthood from a Texas law that bars state funds from organizations that perform or promote abortion.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who backed the law, said Aug. 21 the decision is “a win for Texas women, our rule of law and our state’s priority to protect life.”

Alliance Defending Freedom senior counsel Steven Aden also praised the decision in an Aug. 22 statement, saying it shows “abortionists and their political allies are bluffing when they say that states cannot stop taxpayer funding from being used to subsidize abortions, whether directly or indirectly.”

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Contemporary Church Architecture vs. Toothpaste, Using Knowledge Charitably and Wisefully, and More! (1878)

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08/23/2012 Comment

Contemporary Church Architecture vs. Toothpaste. Click on the link by Fr. Matthew Bartulica to read more.

Contemporary Church Architecture vs. Toothpaste – Fr. Matthew Bartulica, Pray the Mass

St. Bernard on Using Knowledge as Charity and Wisdom – Etheldreda’s Place

What is Casual Catholicism? Its Symptoms and Five Cures by The Idler of the Ascending Mount Carmel blog – Big ulpit

On Natural Law – Fr. James V. Schall SJ, The Catholic Thing

Avoiding Burnout, Rediscovering the Sabbath – Robert Waruszewski, Ignitum Today

Wisdom is a Gift – Matthew Heinrich, In and Out of the Ditch

Natural Law and Unnatural Acts – David L. Alexander, Man With Black Hat

St. Martin of Tours, Louisville, Kentucky – Shawn Tribe, New Liturgical Movement

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Cardinal Dolan Will Give Concluding Prayer at Republican Convention (3309)

News was announced by Mitt Romney in an exclusive interview on EWTN's The World Over, which airs tonight. LINK TO INTERVIEW ADDED.

08/23/2012 Comments (8)

Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York, head of the U.S. bishops' conference, has been invited to offer the final benediction at the upcoming Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla.

The news was announced by presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in an exclusive interview with Raymond Arroyo, host of EWTN's news program The World Over.

Cardinal Dolan will give the concluding benediction prayer on Aug. 30, the final night of the GOP convention, where Romney is slated to accept the presidential nomination for his party.

The cardinal has not endorsed either candidate in the 2012 presidential race.

However, he has been an outspoken critic of a mandate issued by the...READ MORE

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Lessons from Catholic Evangelists, Todays Great Catholic Writers!, Jesus on Gay Marriage, and More! (2915)

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08/23/2012 Comment

Lessons from Effective Catholic Evangelists. Click on the link by Jim Graves to read more.

Lessons from Effecitve Catholic Evangelists – Jim Graves, Catholic World Report

Great Catholic Writers of Today! by Kevin O'Brien of the Waiting for Godot to Leave blog – Big ulpit

Was Jesus Really Silent on Same-Sex “Marriage”? – Christopher Eden, Catholic Lane

The Catholic Church and the Labor Unions – George Weigel, First Things/On the Square

Righteous Anger Management – Fr. George W. Rutler, Crisis Magazine

The Deuterocanon and the Communion of Saints – Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

The Trauma and Pain of Abortion after Rape – Birgit J, Catholic Sistas

The Four Levels of Suffering – Quodcumque Dixerit

Barack Obama: Enemy of the Catholic Church? – J. C. Sanders,...READ MORE

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