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Church Architecture and Tradition, Is Inculturation an Excuse for Pop Music at Mass and Much More! (3459)

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06/04/2013 Comments (1)

Why is the Catholic Church Weak? Follow the link by Mum of Saint Etheldreda’s Place blog to read more.

Why is the Catholic Church Weak? by Mum of Saint Etheldreda’s Place blog - BigPulpit.com

Is Inculturation an Excuse for Pop Music at Mass – Jeffrey A. Tucker, Crisis Magazine

Dude, It’s the Holy Mass! Get Your Hands Out of Your Pocket - David L. Gray, Catholic Stand

Church Architecture: Meaning & Uses of Term ‘Tradition’ – Mark Wilson, Catholic Lane

A Win-Lose for Desecrating the Eucharist? – The Motley Monk, The American Catholic

In All Things, Charity – Jim Blackburn, Catholic Answers

Are the Great Churches Becoming Relics? - Jason Liske, Ascending Mount Carmel

From Prison to PhD to Conversion – Scott Woltze, Thou Wilt Turn

CNN Compares Catholic School Policy with Sharia...READ MORE

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Abortion and Population Control Highlighted at Global Women’s Conference (4500)

Melinda Gates, Frances Kissling, Peter Singer and late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart were among the featured speakers at last week’s ‘Women Deliver’ conference in Malaysia.

06/03/2013 Comments (14)
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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — A global conference about women and girls’ reproductive rights and health last week in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, called in the largest in a decade, featured dozens of pro-abortion speakers.

The roster of featured speakers included: Microsoft billionairess Melinda Gates, self-proclaimed Catholic crusader for universal birth control; late-term “partial-birth” abortionist LeRoy Carhart, who was portrayed as a “defender of human rights”; "Catholics for Free Choice" founder Frances Kissling, who called pregnancy “unnatural” and likened it to “hosting an alien”; and Princeton ethicist and infanticide advocate Peter Singer, who compared women and children to cows and...READ MORE

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A Few Hints from Someone I Know Who is Very Poor, Are These Beams From the First Temple and More! (2310)

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06/03/2013 Comment

A Few Hints from Someone I Know Who is Very Poor. Follow the link by Trad Mum to read more.

A Few Hints from Someone I Know Who is Very Poor by Trad Mum - BigPulpit.com

Are These Beams From the First Temple? - Thomas L. McDonald, God and the Machine

The Other Vocation Crisis – Mary C. (Petrides) Tillotson, Catholic Stand

The Family Fell First then Faith Followed - Austin Ruse, Crisis Magazine

The External Divine Missions of the Holy Trinity – Stacy Trasancos PhD

The Atheist Orthodoxy that Drove Me to Faith – Megan Hodder, Catholic Herald

My First Easter - Paul McCusker, Roman Catholic Spiritual Direction

I’m Catholic, I’m Gay, Now What? – Catholic Sistas

SNAP Founder Wrote Letter for Kiddie Porn Doc for Cover-Up – David F. Pierre Jr., The Media Report


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We Have Lost Him: Father Andrew Greeley Dies (21986)


06/03/2013 Comments (80)

Father Andrew Greeley, 1928-2013.

– Wikipedia

“We have lost him,” Father Andrew Greeley told my mom, when she told him where I was headed to college.

Now, in a quite different — and truer — way, I can say the same thing about him: We have lost him.

Father Andrew Greeley, priest, novelist and sociologist (or “Priest, Author, Scold,” as The New York Times headlined his obituary), died in his bed May 29 at age 85.

When I first heard what he said, I didn’t understand it.

Why “lost”?

I had decided to attend an orthodox Catholic university program — was that so bad? And why “we”?

We barely knew Father Greeley. He preached at our Tucson, Ariz., parish occasionally when he was teaching sociology at the University of Arizona — on...READ MORE

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Political Scholar Says Religious Freedom Unites Society (3260)

'Religious liberty belongs to no party, no ideology, no creed: It is our common property and our shared inheritance.'

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Brookings Institution

William Galston

– Brookings Institution

WASHINGTON — Through respect and healthy debate, society can find a balance in respecting the rule of law while accommodating the religious beliefs of different groups, said political scientist William Galston.

“Religious liberty belongs to no party, no ideology, no creed: It is our common property and our shared inheritance,” he explained in a May 30 address.

Galston gave the speech upon being honored at the National Religious Freedom Award Dinner in Washington. The May 30 event was sponsored by the Ethics and Public Policy Center’s American Religious Freedom Program.

Currently a scholar at the Brookings Institution in Washington, Galston has participated in six presidential...READ MORE

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Faith Requires Sharing, Pope Francis Says (2483)

The Holy Father commented on the meaning of the Eucharist as he celebrated Corpus Christi Sunday.

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VATICAN CITY — The multiplication of the loaves and fish highlights our need to share our faith with others as part of a conversion to a deeper unity with Christ, Pope Francis said.

“The feast of Corpus Christi asks us to convert to faith in Providence, to share the little that we are and that we have, and to not ever close ourselves in,” said Pope Francis June 2.

During his Sunday Angelus address on the feast of Corpus Christi, which celebrates the institution of the Eucharist, Pope Francis reflected on Jesus' multiplication of the fish and loaves found in Luke 9.

Something that “always strikes me and makes me think,” the Holy Father said of the Gospel passage, is the way that...READ MORE

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Canadian Pro-Lifers Continue to Pray for Abortion Activist Henry Morgentaler (3204)

The concentration-camp survivor who promoted unrestricted access to abortion in Canada died May 28.

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OTTAWA, Canada — Pro-life leaders in Canada reacted with sadness and prayers to the death of Henry Morgentaler, regretting his leading role in legalizing abortion across the nation and the tens of thousands of abortions he performed.

“As an organization supporting the protection of all human life from conception to natural death, we have always been opposed to Canada’s unrestricted access to legal abortion of which Henry Morgentaler, through his continued court challenges, was probably the biggest single influence,” the Toronto-based Catholic Civil Rights League said May 30.

“Nevertheless, his death reminds us of the sanctity of all life, and we continue to pray for him, as well as...READ MORE

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Stuff You Can't Do as a Choirmaster; The Unborn Child, Human Touch, and Music Therapy and More! (2843)

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06/03/2013 Comment

Stuff You Can’t Do as a Choirmaster. Follow the link by Jeffrey A. Tucker of The Chant Café blog to finish reading the rest of the comic strip.

Stuff You Can’t Do as a Choirmaster by Jeffrey A. Tucker of The Chant Café blog - BigPulpit.com

The Unborn Child, Human Touch & Music Therapy - Kathy Ostrowski, Kansans For Life

A Pope For the Rich? - Victoria Gisondi, Catholic Stand

Teaching Religion in the {Catholic} Homeschool - Catholic Sistas

Tolerance & the American Left - Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

Balancing Life as a Homeschool Mom - Amy, Adorable Chaos

“The Thrilling Romance of Orthodoxy” - Stacy Trasancos PhD

The Feast of St. Philip Neri in His Roman Churches - Gregory DiPippo, The New Liturgical Movement

Our Ongoing Conversion – Heather King, Roman Catholic Spiritual Direction

"A Brief...READ MORE

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