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Interfaith Bible Exhibit Opens in St. Peter's Square (2942)

Verbum Domini Runs Through Lent. A working Gutenberg press. Seeing early scriptural papyrus led one viewer to quip: ‘I feel like Indiana Jones.’

03/06/2012 Comment
Courtesy of The Green Collection

An early Bible displayed in the Verbum Domini exhibit in Rome.

– Courtesy of The Green Collection

VATICAN CITY — Visitors to Rome will have the opportunity to view a free, one-of-a-kind exhibition looking at the Bible at the Braccio di Carlo Magno Museum adjacent to St. Peter’s Basilica in St. Peter’s Square.

The exhibition, “Verbum Domini,” opened March 1 and runs through April 15, and offers a collaboration between the Vatican, the Green Collection (aka Museum of the Bible) and the American Bible Society.

It features more than 150 manuscripts and artifacts from the Catholic, Jewish, Protestant and Orthodox traditions.

The exhibit is the brainchild of business executive Steve Green, with the exhibit under the direction of Scott Carroll, both of whom were motivated by their love...READ MORE

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Natural Sex, Contraception: The Bitter Pill, Capital-T Truth, Most Profound Ideas Ever, and more! (2446)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

03/06/2012 Comment

Natural Sex: 11 Points on Unity and Life. Click on the link by H. H. Ambrose.

Natural Sex: 11 Points on Unity and Life - H. H. Ambrose, Saint Peter’s Lists

Contraception: The Bitter Pill - George Sim Johnston, Crisis Magazine

Capital-T Truth - Calah Alexander, Ignitum Today

The 3 Most Profound Ideas I Have Ever Had - Dr. Peter Kreeft, Integrated Catholic Life™

Lenten Veils, History & Symbolism (with pics) - Gregor Kollmorgen, New Liturgical Movement

How I Became a Medieval-Style Anchorite - The Catholic Herald

Why A Religious Model for the State Is Not Good - Fr. Z’s Blog

Monkey Mind, Lent, and E-Asceticism - Robert Royal, The Catholic Thing

Behind the Scenes at the CalCatholic Website - California Catholic Daily

The Church is No Enemy of Science or the...READ MORE

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The JP2 Generation Comes of Age, If America Were a Catholic Country, What Women Want, and much more! (5364)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

03/05/2012 Comment

The JP2 Generation Comes of Age. Click on the link by Fr. Seamus Griesbach to read more.

The JP2 Generation Comes of Age - Fr. Seamus Griesbach, Sparks and Stubble

If America Were a Fully Catholic Country - Dr. Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

What Women Want - Colleen Carroll Campbell, Catholic Lane

The Dream of a Catholic Center Party - Brennan Pursell, Crisis Magazine

The Persecution of Fr. Marcel Guarnizo - Anita Moore, V for Victory!

Going from Sexual Promiscuity to Chastity - Leticia, Catholic Sistas

Could Watching Certain T.V. Shows Be Against Our Catholic Faith? Part III of III - Fr. John Bartunek, Catholic Spiritual Direction

Cardinal O’Brien is Right to Speak on Gay “Marriage” - William Oddie, Catholic Herald

#Anonymous Vigilante Hacking Group Defeated by...READ MORE

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Cardinal O'Malley Delivers Strong Message About Why Suicide Is Wrong (3492)

Video homily beginning of archdiocesan effort to counter statewide ballot initiative.

03/05/2012 Comments (14)

BOSTON — The practice of physician-assisted suicide “is being presented as a way for the terminally ill to have greater freedom at the end of life,” said Boston Cardinal Seán O’Malley. “However, it would create pressures to limit our freedom, because it could establish an expectation that certain people will be better served by being dead, a dubious premise indeed.”

So said the cardinal in a videotaped homily distributed to around 300 parishes and other locations where Masses were being celebrated in the Archdiocese of Boston on the weekend of Feb. 11-12.

“The Fifth Commandment states, ‘Thou shall not kill.’ This certainly includes killing to alleviate suffering. Doctor-assisted suicide...READ MORE

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'Authentic Teachers' of the Faith (2583)

In light of the recent HHS mandate debate, March 11 issue editorial on the bishops' authority to speak for the Church.

03/05/2012 Comments (10)

These are strange, even surreal, times, as Bishop William Lori observed during his Feb. 27 testimony before the House Judiciary Committee (see front page). “Ever since the [HHS contraception] mandate has been announced, fair is foul, and foul is fair,” Bishop Lori, the chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Ad Hoc Committee on Religious Liberty, told the House committee.

“‘Choice’ suddenly means ‘force,’” he added, expressing frustration with the partisan characterization of the bishops’ position as an attempt to bar access to contraception. “This is not a matter of whether contraception may be prohibited by the government. ... Instead, it is a matter of whether religious people and institutions may...READ MORE

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2012 Sacramental Gift Guide (1902)

Faith-Inspired Presents for Everyone on Your List: A March 11 issue feature

03/05/2012 Comment
Register illustration by Melissa Hartog

– Register illustration by Melissa Hartog

Springtime and the approaching Easter season bring wonderful opportunities to remember babies’ baptismal days, children making their first Communion, young teens receiving the sacrament of confirmation, and RCIA candidates entering the Church.

Here are some gifts that remember the occasion and foster faith growth.

To see the complete gift guide, click here.

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Follow the Footsteps of Christ Along the Gospel Trail (5321)

Trails follow major life events of Jesus in the Holy Land.

03/05/2012 Comments (1)
Wikipedia

Sea of Galilee

– Wikipedia

A new project launched by Jews and Christians in the Holy Land offers pilgrims the chance to walk the land of the Bible, in the footsteps of Jesus, and experience the places where he lived and ministered.

“This is a unique opportunity” to connect with “the beginning of Christianity,” project manager Amir Moran told CNA in Nazareth recently.

The “Gospel Trail,” which has been open to the public since November of last year, follows historical paths that Jesus took when he left his childhood home of Nazareth and began his ministry around Capernaum near the Sea of Galilee.

“When you walk on these trails with these sites and these landscapes you feel just like” the disciples, Moran said,...READ MORE

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The Knowledge of Christ (4889)

Jesus Christ, Our Savior, part 3 of a Register series

03/05/2012 Comments (9)

Our Lady of Kazan icon, Moscow

– Wikipedia

There has been a lamentable devaluing of the mystery of Jesus that has been going on for 40 years in the Church.

People have looked on Jesus as just a good man who is identified with God in some way. This has led to the positive teaching that Jesus simply learned like any other man. He had to discover he was the Messiah through investigation. Or perhaps he needed to be taught by others that he was the Messiah.

The question of the knowledge of Jesus is a reflection of what one thinks about the Incarnation, and it has been a puzzling one throughout the centuries. Only in the latter part of the 20th century did Catholics begin to think that Jesus had faith and ignorance like any other man....READ MORE

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