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Pope Benedict: Jesus Is the Path to Peace (2025)

The Holy Father discusses Christ's example and the Christian models of Mary, the Mother of God, and the Holy Family.

01/03/2012 Comments (1)
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VATICAN CITY (EWTN NEWS/CNA)—Pope Benedict XVI marked 2012’s Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God with a proclamation of the peace that is found in her son, Jesus Christ.

“As St. Paul says, ‘He is our peace,’ and at the same time the ‘way’ by which individuals and peoples can reach this goal to which we all aspire,” the Pope said in his homily on the Jan. 1 feast day, which coincided with the Church’s 45th annual World Day of Peace.

The Pope welcomed pilgrims, Church leaders and international dignitaries to St. Peter’s Basilica for the year’s first public papal Mass. He told them that peace, “in the highest and fullest sense, is the sum and synthesis of all blessings” given by God.

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Miracles, Episcopalians Have a New Home in the Catholic Church, A Circumsized Christ, and much more! (2677)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

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Miracles. Click on the link by Marc Barnes to read more.

Miracles - Marc Barnes, Ignitum Today

Seven Reasons Why Christ was Circumcised - Dr. Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

Episcopalians Have a New Home in the Catholic Church - Tito Edwards, Houston Chronicle/Houston Belief

Catholic New Media: The New Evangelizers - Brandon Vogt, The Thin Veil

VirtuousPla.net is Now Ignitum Today - The American Catholic

JP2 Boyhood Jewish Friend, Jerzy Kluger, Passes Away - Daily Telegraph

Susan Boyle: Still Fascinating - Vanessa Barnes, Gulf Coast Catholic

The Threat to Religious Liberty is Both Real & Growing - Msgr. Charles Pope, Archdiocese of Washington

Understanding Christ’s Humanity and Divinity - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

The Universal...READ MORE

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Rebuilding From the Ruins: Cardinal O'Malley on the 2002 Boston Sex-Abuse Scandal and Aftermath (9407)

In a two-part interview, the Boston archbishop looks back on his two-decade effort to tackle a global crisis.

01/02/2012 Comments (20)

Cardinal Seán O’Malley

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A decade ago, the Boston clergy sexual abuse crisis engulfed the archdiocese, ultimately drawing global attention to a once-hidden scourge that has destroyed the innocence of minors, shattered families, severely damaged the credibility of Church leaders everywhere and led to an estimated $1.5 billion in settlements to American survivors.

Cardinal Seán Patrick O’Malley was named archbishop of Boston in 2003. He replaced Cardinal Bernard Law, who resigned after the 2002 publication of archdiocesan personnel files revealed that clergy with credible allegations of child sexual abuse were reassigned to new parishes, rather than removed from ministry, and that parishioners were not warned about...READ MORE

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US Anglican Ordinariate Established, Musical Favorites of 2011, The Vatican in 2012, and much more! (2841)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

01/02/2012 Comment

Upon This "Rock," An Ordinariate Is Born. Click on the link by Rocco Palmo to learn more.

Upon This “Rock,” An Ordinariate Is Born - Rocco Palmo, Whispers in the Loggia

Musical Favorites of the Year - Robert R. Reilly, Crisis Magazine

The Vatican in 2012: Ten Events Planned Throughout the Year(video) - Rome Reports

Five Character Traits that Should Be Trendy - Marybeth Hicks, Catholic Lane

Contemplating Beauty - J.C. Sanders, Ignitum Today

What is the “Name” of God? - John Bergsma, The Sacred Page

University of Notre Dame’s Fr. Richard McBrien Advocates Disobedience Again - Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, WDTPRS?

SNAP Hypocrisy Shocker: SNAP’s Clohessy Fights Court-Ordered Deposition - Dave Pierre, TheMediaReport.com

U.S. Anglican Ordinariate Plants Seeds for Anglican Rite - The...READ MORE

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Benedict's World Day of Peace Message: Young People Give Pope Hope for 2012 (3945)

Crises can be met with hope if parents teach Christian values to their children, the Holy Father says.

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We first posted this on Dec. 16.

Vatican City — Pope Benedict XVI believes the various crises that afflicted society in 2011 can be met with hope in the coming year if parents introduce young people to Jesus and teach them Christian values.

“It is not ideologies that save the world, but only a return to the living God, our Creator, the guarantor of our freedom, the guarantor of what is really good and true,” the Pope says in his message for the 45th World Day of Peace, which will be observed Jan. 1, 2012.

“And what could ever save us apart from love? Love takes delight in truth, it is the force that enables us to make a commitment to truth, to justice, to peace, because it bears all...READ MORE

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New Year for the New Evangelization (5034)

Practical tips to help you evangelize in 2012.

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Jan. 1 issue feature.

Cardinal Stanislaw Rylko, president of the Pontifical Council for the Laity, recently discussed Pope Benedict XVI’s “three laws” for evangelization: constant prayer, humility and a willingness to accept the cross. “Renewed evangelization” of an increasingly secular world has been a theme of the Holy Father’s pontificate; he told the faithful on Sept. 18 that the Church needs “humble and generous workers who do not ask any other recompense than participating in the mission of Jesus and the Church.”

While some are called to be missionaries in foreign lands, for most of us, evangelization of inactive or non-Catholics begins in our own homes and communities. Four prominent...READ MORE

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Honoring Mary on the Christmas Octave (2286)

User's Guide to Sunday, Jan. 1.

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Sunday, Jan. 1, is the Octave day of the Nativity of the Lord and the Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God.



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Pope Benedict XVI gives his World Day of Peace message on Jan. 1. This year’s address is directed to educating young people about peace. He leads by example, educating young people this way:

“To all, and to young people in particular, I wish to say emphatically: ‘It is not ideologies that save the world, but only a return to the living God, our Creator, the guarantor of our freedom, the guarantor of what is really good and true … an unconditional return to God who is the measure of what is right and who at the same time is everlasting love. And what could ever save us apart...READ MORE

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Pope Gives Thanks to God for 2011 (4407)

At vespers for the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God, the Holy Father recalls the past year, praises God for his love and the mystery of his salvation, and encourages evangelization: 'Christ’s disciples are called to reawaken in themselves and in others the longing for God and the joy of living for him and bearing witness to him.' He also said: 'Let us place in his hands the tragedies of this world, and let us also offer him our hopes for a brighter future.'

12/31/2011 Comments (2)

VATICAN CITY (EWTN News/CNA)—Pope Benedict XVI said that the questions raised by 2011’s tragedies were answered when Jesus was born at Christmas to radically renew and free mankind.

“Another year is drawing to a close as we await the start of a new one,” the Pope noted Dec. 31 as he presided over the first vespers for the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God in St. Peter’s Basilica.

He observed that the shortness of life causes us to ask the question “What meaning can we give to our days? What meaning, in particular, can we give to the days of toil and grief?” He said that the answer to this question “is written on the face of a Child who was born in Bethlehem 2,000 years ago and is today...READ MORE

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