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How St. Alphonsus Liguori Converted a Muslim, Rules of Etiquette Originate in the Church, and more! (3091)

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01/17/2012 Comment

How Saint Alphonsus Liguori Converted a Muslim. Click on the link by Dr. Taylor Marshall to learn more.

Does the Bible Condemn Repetitive Prayer? - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

Rules of Etiquette Originate in the Church - Giacomo Galeazzi, La Stampa/Vatican Insider

How Saint Alphonsus Liguori Converted a Muslim - Dr. Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

The Golden Age of Islam, Not Really - Richard Butrick, Stonegate Institute

The Reception of Holy Communion - Fr. Simon Henry, StAR

Common Objections to Homeschooling: What About High School? - Melody Lyons, Catholic Lane

Don’t Judge Me! - Brent Stubbs, Ignitum Today

Gay “Marriage” Debunked: Men & Women have Complementary Natures- Susan Reibel Moore, MercatorNet

Doctor to Parents: Your Retarded Daughter Just Needs Killing - Mark Shea,...READ MORE

Filed under bible, catholic blogosphere, homeschooling, islam, repetitive prayer, revised new american bible, same-sex "marriage", st. alphonsus liguori

Religion With Dogma (2863)

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The Council of Chalcedon reached the mature traditional formulation of Christ as both fully human and fully divine, having two natures ‘without confusion, change, division, or separation.’

Part 2 of a Register series: Jesus Christ Our Savior.

One of the tragedies of Catholic thought for the last 50 years or so has been the attempt to develop a religion without dogma. In this, many Catholic theologians belatedly followed a tendency inherent in Protestantism for several centuries, in which theology was not important and being nice was. One of the principal places where this tendency has been evident is in regard to Christ.

A great number of uncatechized Catholics have had a tendency to reduce Christ to a sentimental and rather humanistic ethics teacher. Many have rejected Christianity without even being able to give any credible account of what the Creed says about Christ....READ MORE

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Washington State Bishops Fight for Marriage and the Common Good (1823)

Their letter comes in response to legislation under consideration in the state that would grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

01/17/2012 Comments (17)

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OLYMPIA, Wash. (EWTN News/CNA)—Proposed same-sex “marriage” legislation in Washington state would add to “the forces already undermining family life today,” the state’s Catholic bishops warned.

In a January 2012 statement, the bishops stressed that the “stability of society depends on the stability of family life, in which a man and a woman conceive and nurture new life.”

They noted in their letter, titled “Marriage and the Common Good,” that the civil recognition of marriage as between one man and one woman has given “countless generations of children the incomparable benefit of a loving mother and father committed to one another in a lifelong union.”

On Jan. 13, 23 senators, including...READ MORE

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Bishops Visit Holy Land in Wake of the 'Arab Spring' (2135)

A commitment of the Holy See is carried out on the ground.

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Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem

Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Fouad Twal (l) and Bishop Gerald Kicanas (r) listen as Italian Archbishop Riccardo Fontana speaks at a press conference during the Holy Land Coordination.

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JERUSALEM — The bishops who attended this year’s meeting of the “Holy Land Coordination” said the winds of political change sweeping the Middle East add new urgency to the resolution of the decades-old Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Mandated by the Holy See, the Coordination has met every January in the Holy Land since 1998 to express their “solidarity with the local Christian community and share in the pastoral life of the local Church,” as noted in a final communiqué issued at the close of their visit. The participants — bishops from the United Kingdom, Europe and North America —  focus on prayer, pilgrimage and forging bonds with local Christians and the pastoral life of the local...READ MORE

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Ethnic Cleansing of Christians in Pakistan, Struggling with Suffering, and much more. . . (2255)

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01/17/2012 Comment

Ethnic Cleansing of Christians in Pakistan. Click on the link by La Stampa/Vatican Insider to read more.

Ethnic Cleansing of Christians in Pakistan - La Stampa/Vatican Insider

Struggling with Suffering. . . Part II of II - Dan Burke, Catholic Spiritual Direction

England’s Other Saintly 19th Century Cardinal: John Edward Manning - Dylan Parry, A Reluctant Sinner

Baptist Convert: Katie Plato - Why I’m Catholic

God’s Will For You - Anna Williams, Ignitum Today

New Drug for Depression Likely Developed with Cells from Aborted Fetus - Rebecca Taylor, Catholic Lane

NPR Posts Bogus Headline To Attack Church - Dave Pierre, TheMediaReport.com

Is the Gay Movement Like the KKK? - Matthew Archbold, Creative Minority Report

Exquisitely Inane Editorial - Carl Olson, Ignatius Insight Scoop

Why the...READ MORE

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MLK's Philosophical and Theological Legacy, Retarded Baby Not Worthy of Transplant, and more. . (3649)

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01/16/2012 Comments (2)

MLK’s Philosophical & Theological Legacy. Click on the link by Justin Dyer & Kevin Stuart to learn more.

MLK’s Philosophical & Theological Legacy - Justin Dyer & Kevin Stuart, Public Discourse

Need to Learn Ecclesiastical Languages? There’s an App for That - Chris Owens, Benedictus Dominus

Transplant Rejected because Baby Amelia is “Retarded” - Crivera75, Wolf Hirschhorn

Chinese Priests & Bishops ‘Forgotten’ in Jail - Marco Tosatti, La Stampa/Vatican Insider

The Non-Electability of Rick Santorum - Paul Zummo, The American Catholic

A Mormon Minister’s Son’s Journey Home - Carlos Espinosa, Living The Faith On A High Wire

Must We Like Each Other Equally? - Sr. Lisa Marie Doty FDCC, Ignitum Today

The Wedding at Cana, Whose Wedding Was It? - Dr. Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales


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Cardinal Wuerl Gives Homily on Pope's Role at Start of Rome Visit (2064)

More U.S. bishops make ad limina visits.

01/16/2012 Comment

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VATICAN CITY (EWTN News/CNA)—Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington, D.C., called to mind the Pope’s “living continuity” with St. Peter at the start of his ad limina visit in Rome.

“All of us in this chapel have a special bond to Rome because Peter continues to live and exercise his ministry here,” the cardinal said in his Jan. 16 homily for a Mass he presided over in the crypt of St. Peter’s Basilica.

Jan. 16 marked the beginning of the visit for the bishops of Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, West Virginia, the Virgin Islands and the U.S. Archdiocese for the Military Services. The group traveled to Rome as part of an ongoing series of visits for U.S. bishops that will last...READ MORE

Filed under ad limina, cardinal wuerl, pope, pope benedict xvi, rome, successor of peter

'Politics as a Vocation' (4006)

Mary Ann Glendon discusses the duty of all Christians to engage in public life.

01/16/2012 Comments (7)

The New York Encounter, New York City’s largest Catholic cultural festival, brought together several thousand Catholics this weekend from the United States, Canada, Italy and other countries to engage in a three-day event featuring artistic performances and exhibitions and thoughtful discussion and debate on the Church, politics, culture, art and science.

Organized by the Catholic movements of Communion and Liberation and the Crossroads Cultural Center, the goal of the event was to follow St. Paul’s suggestion to “Test everything and retain what is good.”

On Jan. 13, Mary Ann Glendon provided the keynote address of the weekend. Glendon is the Learned Hand Professor of Law at Harvard...READ MORE

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