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Bishop to Knights of Columbus: 'Our Job Is to Say Yes to the New Evangelization' (2003)

Bishop Tod Brown of Orange, Calif., delivered the homily at the Aug. 7 opening Mass of the 130th Supreme Convention of the Knights of Columbus in Anaheim, Calif.

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As the world’s largest Catholic fraternal organization, the Knights of Columbus must play a prominent role in evangelizing the contemporary world, said Bishop Tod Brown of Orange, Calif.

“Certainly, there is a clear and demanding need today for the New Evangelization,” he stressed.

Bishop Brown delivered his homily at the Aug. 7 opening Mass of the 130th Supreme Convention of the Knights of Columbus in Anaheim, Calif.

The convention drew approximately 2,000 participants from across the country and around the world, including 12 cardinals and more than 70 bishops, archbishops and abbots.

Bishop Brown called to mind the message of Our Lady of Guadalupe, patroness of the Americas.


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Archbishop Carlson Prays for Dialogue Between LCWR and Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (2123)

Archbishop of St. Louis expressed his 'doctrinal concern for the Holy See.'

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As the Leadership Conference of Women Religious gathers for its annual assembly, Archbishop Robert Carlson of St. Louis said that talks over the Vatican's report of the group should stay within the context of the Church and not be politicized.

“I realize this is a most important meeting for you, and I pray that the dialogue between the Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith and LCWR is not politicized,” Archbishop Carlson said, “but worked out within a community of faith.”

Archbishop Carlson, who provided remarks at the Aug. 7 opening day of the LCWR's annual assembly in St. Louis, said that while he is grateful for the “extraordinary work” of the women religious in his archdiocese,...READ MORE

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Celebrating Womanhood Catholic Church Style, Equality and Catholicism, and Much More! (2382)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

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Celebrating Womanhood Catholic Church Style. Click on the link by Kerri to read more.

Celebrating Womanhood Catholic Church Style – Kerri, Catholic Sistas

Equality and Catholicism – James Kalb, Catholic World Report

The Brewing Cardinal Dolan Scandal by Kathleen Gilbert of LifeSiteNews.com – Big ulpit

Evolution and the Catholic Faith – Fr. Kenneth Baker SJ, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

A Blueprint for Renewing Catholic Education – Stratford Caldecott, Beauty in Education

LCWR: No “Dialogue” on Sex Abuse by Nuns – The Motley Monk, The American Catholic

Parallel's Between the Eucharistic Tabernacle and Ark of the Covenant – Russ Rentler MD, Crossed The Tiber

The Language of Christianity’s Future - Andrew Lynch, Orate Fratres

Due to Biology and Behavior HIV...READ MORE

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The First Winner of the Modern Olympics Was a Catholic (5813)

James Brendan Connolly would have given up a career at Harvard to participate in the revived games in 1896.

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James Brendan Connolly at the 1896 Olympics in Athens.

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The ancient Olympic Games were of astonishing duration, lasting well over 1,000 years, from 776 B.C. until the Roman Emperor Theodosius the Great prohibited their continuation in the year 393.

The games were revived by Baron Pierre de Coubertin in 1896 and staged, appropriately, in Athens. His inspirational words have been repeated in every succeeding Olympiad: “The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not to win, but to take part, just as the most important thing in life is not the triumph, but the struggle. The essential thing is not to have conquered, but to have fought well.”

A French Catholic priest and personal friend of Baron de Coubertin, Dominican Father Henri Didon...READ MORE

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The Church in Syria, Spanish Olympic Athlete to Enter Seminary after London Games, and Much More! (1508)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

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The Church in Syria. Click on the link by Fr. Tim Finigan to read more.

The Church in Syria - Fr. Tim Finigan, The Hermeneutic of Continuity

Spanish Olympic Athlete to Enter Seminary after London Games – CNA/EWTN News

So Much for Tolerance by Colleen Carroll Campbell of the Catholic Lane website – Big ulpit

Church's Rules Will Help You Live Longer: Scientific Proof - Fr. Simon Henry, Offerimus Tibi Domine

The Glory of Papal Rome – The Mad Monarchist

Fare Forward - Jake Tawney, The American Catholic

A Pagan Prophecy – Marc Barnes, Patheos/Bad Catholic

Living Our Vocations - Rachel Howell, Ignitum Today

Debunked Our Lady of All Nations: Approved? - Kevin Symonds, Catholic Lane

What is Cardinal Dolan Up To? – Charlie Spiering, Crisis Magazine...READ MORE

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Spokane Bishop Urges Catholics to Reflect on Meaning of Marriage Ahead of Referendum (1850)

In November, Washingtonians will vote to approve or reject the state law redefining marriage to include same-sex couples.

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Bishop Blase Cupich of Spokane, Wash., urged Catholics to demonstrate respect for individuals with same-sex attraction, while supporting the authentic definition of marriage in an upcoming referendum.

“My genuine hope is that we all can value the coming vote on Referendum 74 as an opportunity to have a substantial public debate regarding this critical issue, carried on with respect, honesty and conviction,” Bishop Cupich wrote in an Aug. 3 letter made available to parishioners in his diocese.

In November 2012, Washingtonians will vote to approve or reject the state law redefining marriage to include same-sex couples. 

Bishop Cupich asked Catholics to give “careful consideration” to...READ MORE

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Napa Institute Equips Catholics for the 'Next America' (4243)

Formation of the individual Catholic a main focus at second gathering in California.

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Father Robert Spitzer (l) greets Archbishop Charles Chaput at the podium during a session of the Napa Institute

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NAPA, Calif. — Individual formation as a Catholic is integral to making the collective Church stronger and better able to engage the increasingly secular culture.

Several speakers stressed this important factor at the Napa Institute’s second annual prayer-and-apologetics conference.

The theme was “Equipping Catholics in the Next America” — an emerging secular America that is much more hostile to Christian faith and witness than it has been in the past.

Held July 26-29 at Catholic entrepreneur Tim Busch’s elegant Meritage Resort and Spa in Napa, Calif.’s wine country, the conference’s mission was to equip lay and religious leaders to defend and advance the faith in today’s...READ MORE

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Milwaukee Archbishop Prays for Sikh Community After Deadly Shooting (1343)

'It is in times like these that we turn to God, who is the consolation and hope for all of us,' Archbishop Listecki said in reference to Aug. 5 temple tragedy.

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Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki expressed sorrow and promised his prayers after a gunman fatally shot six people at a local Sikh temple before being killed by police.

“Our prayers go out to the congregation at the temple and to the entire Sikh community,” Archbishop Listecki said in an Aug. 5 statement responding to the Sunday morning murders, committed by Wade Michael Page at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin.

“It is in times like these that we turn to God, who is the consolation and hope for all of us,” the Milwaukee archbishop reflected.

The archdiocese expressed its closeness to victims as well as families, friends and emergency responders involved in the shooting.

Several...READ MORE

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