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The Rosary: Live! (3789)

Saturday Book Pick: A spiritual son of Father Peyton carries on his service to the Rosary.

10/29/2011 Comment

Servant of God Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C., “The Rosary Priest,” who promoted the praying of the family Rosary throughout the world, must be delighted from his place in heaven to see what good hands his organization is in under the leadership of Holy Cross Father John Phalen, the author of this delightful and inspiring little book about The Rosary.

Father Phalen is the president of Holy Cross Family Ministries, which has the mission of continuing Father Peyton’s work to serve the spiritual life of families, especially by promoting the Rosary. This new book will bring the Rosary to life for anyone who takes it up in one hand and takes up their rosary beads in the other.

Father Phalen...READ MORE

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Marys Sinless State, Red Chinas Morally Hollow Economy, Vaticans Monetary Wisdom, and more! (3122)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

10/29/2011 Comment

Ark of Grace: Mary’s Sinless State - Carlos Caso-Rosendi, Catholic Lane

“Not by Bread Alone. . . “ - Joseph Koss, VirtuousPla.net

St. Simon, Canaanite not from Canaan & Zealot who was no Zealot - Fr. Ryan Erlenbush, NTM

Communist China’s Morally Hollow Economy - Samuel Gregg, American Spectator

The Vatican’s Monetary Wisdom - Fr. Robert A. Sirico, Wall Street Journal

Did Bishop Finn Deserve Indictment? - Phil Lawler, Crisis Magazine

Expert Downplays Vatican Council’s Idea for Financial Body - David Kerr, Catholic News Agency

A Girl’s Lament: Sex, Love, and America’s Teens - Joan Frawley Desmond, Crisis Magazine

“Anonymous” the Movie Should be Ignored by All Shakespeare Lovers -...READ MORE

Filed under anonymous, bishop robert finn, communist china, economy, liturgy, love, mary, sex, st. simon the canaanite, st. simon the zealot

New York Parents Mobilize Against Sex-Ed Mandate (5329)

New Congressman Bob Turner joins with religious groups and abstinence-education organizations to fight public-school curriculum.

10/28/2011 Comments (9)
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NEW YORK — A new sex-education mandate in New York City could have middle-school students visiting local pharmacies to catalogue condom brands, among other problematic assignments.

A new coalition, the NYC Parents’ Choice Coalition, is urging parents to contact New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the schools’ chancellor, Dennis Walcott, to demand an abstinence alternative, as well as telling their local schools that they want to opt their children out of the school system’s new comprehensive sex-ed curriculum, which is set to take effect in January.

Mike Benjamin, a former New York Democratic state assemblyman and current executive director of the NYC Parents’ Choice Coalition, said the...READ MORE

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Pope to Assisi Delegates: 'Let Us Continue ... Pilgrimage That Leads to Peace' (1302)

Benedict bids farewell to participants following meeting and reminds them to 'continue refreshed on the journey that leads to truth.'

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VATICAN CITY (EWTN News/CNA)—Pope Benedict XVI met Oct. 28 with delegates who participated in yesterday’s Assisi gathering and said that the meeting showed how genuine the desire for peace and the good of others is.

“In a certain sense, this gathering is representative of the billions of men and women throughout our world who are actively engaged in promoting justice and peace,” said the Pope.

He told them the day had also been “a sign of the friendship and fraternity which has flourished” because of the work of those engaged in dialogue. He expressed hope that such friendships would “continue to grow.”

Pope Benedict praised the foresight of Pope John Paul II in calling the first Assisi...READ MORE

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More Assisi, Logos is the Best Catholic Bible App, About Slavery, Marks of the Church, and more! (2083)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

10/28/2011 Comment

Logos: The Best Catholic Bible App. Click on the link by Taylor Marshall to learn more.

Assisi Gives an Encore, but Revised and Corrected - Sandro Magister, Chiesa

Logos: The Best Catholic Bible App - Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

Defending Our First Freedom - Archbishop José H. Gomez, First Things/On the Square

The Reason why B16 Visited a Small Church in Italy - Alberto Carosa, La Stampa/Vatican Insider

Le Chiese Delle Cittá: San Pietro in Mantua - Nathaniel Gotcher, VirtuousPla.net

Role Model: Adrian Smith for UK’s Persecuted Christians - Milo Yiannopoulos, Catholic Herald

Ideas, Consequences and Young Couples Today - Mike Phelan, HLI America

What Are the Marks of the True Church? - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

Private Property and Human Flourishing - Adam...READ MORE

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British Monarch Can Now Marry a Catholic (2456)

But monarch still cannot be Catholic; he or she must be a member of the Church of England.

10/28/2011 Comments (4)
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The centuries-old law barring the British monarch from marrying a Catholic has been scrapped, but not the rule forbidding the monarch from being a Catholic.

“Let me be clear: The monarch must be in communion with the Church of England because he or she is the head of that Church,” said British Prime Minister David Cameron as he announced the change Oct. 28.

“But it is simply wrong they should be denied the chance to marry a Catholic if they wish to do so. After all, they are already quite free to marry someone of any other faith.”

The decision was made at a summit of the 16 countries that still retain the British monarch as head of state. The gathering took place in the western...READ MORE

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SDG Reviews 'Puss in Boots' (5931)

The Shrek spin-off offers an entertaining blend of spectacle, energy — and surprising heart.

10/28/2011 Comments (13)

The setting: a tavern in a small pueblo celebrating the Festival del Fuego y el Pollo (don’t ask). Our hero: a flamboyant rogue wanted for robbery, seeking information for a possible local score.

“The Church of St. Michael has just put up a golden statue of the Virgin of Guadalupe,” volunteers the tremulous tavern keeper.

Our hero shakes his head firmly: “I do not steal from churches.” 

“The orphanage has just received a donation of silver candlesticks,” a patron offers.

“I do not steal from orphans.”

If this is the Shrekverse, it’s suddenly become a more complicated place than four Shrek films led us to believe.

When the original Shrek ended with a climactic church wedding, it was...READ MORE

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Bishop Slattery on Prayer, the Mass and New Vocations (6223)

Since being appointed bishop of Tulsa, Okla., 18 years ago, he has seen a dramatic rise in the Hispanic population and a drop in the average age of priests.

10/28/2011 Comments (18)
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– Diocese of Tulsa, Okla.

Bishop Edward Slattery, 71, was born and raised in Chicago. He attended the archdiocese’s Mundelein Seminary and was ordained a priest in 1966. He served in Chicago parishes and was active with the Catholic Church Extension Society, which funds the American home missions.

In 1994, he was ordained a bishop by Pope John Paul II and installed as the third bishop of the Diocese of Tulsa, Okla. He is noted for his orthodoxy and piety and has publicly advocated a reform of the liturgy. As the Church prepares for the official promulgation of the new translation of the liturgy on the First Sunday in Advent, Nov. 27, he shared his thoughts on the liturgy, the priesthood and religious life, and...READ MORE

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