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Bishop William Lori Named Archbishop of Baltimore (3239)

The Bridgeport, Conn., shepherd is also the chairman of the bishops’ Ad Hoc Committee on Religious Liberty.

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Archbishop-designate William Lori

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BALTIMORE — Pope Benedict XVI today named Bishop William Lori of Bridgeport, Conn., the 16th archbishop of Baltimore.

The Baltimore Archdiocese’s new archbishop will be installed May 16 at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. He succeeds Cardinal Edwin O’Brien, who has led the faithful in Baltimore since 2007 and was appointed grand master of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulcher of Jerusalem in August 2011.

Over the past six months, Archbishop-designate Lori, 60, the chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Ad Hoc Committee for Religious Liberty, has emerged as an energetic, high-profile leader in the U.S. bishops’ fight to overturn the Obama administration’s contraception mandate. His new...READ MORE

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Pope Benedict Appoints 3 New U.S. Bishops (2775)

Baltimore, Rockford and Tallahassee-Pensacola have new bishops.

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Pope Benedict XVI appointed new bishops on March 20 for the Archdiocese of Baltimore and the Dioceses of Rockford, Ill., and Tallahassee-Pensacola, Fla.

The Pope filled the position for the oldest U.S. archdiocese of Baltimore on Tuesday with Bishop William Lori of Bridgeport, Conn., who serves as chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Religious Freedom.

Msgr. David Malloy, former general secretary of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, will take over the apostolic duties of the Diocese of Rockford, while Father Gregory Parkes will become bishop of Tallahassee-Pensacola.

“I look forward to the opportunity,” Bishop-designate Malloy said during a March 20 press conference.

He...READ MORE

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What is St. Torelli Water, Cellphones, Church, Hell and You, Stigmatic Blood Writings, and more! (2953)

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What is Saint Torelli Water & How Do You Use It? Click on the link by Dr. Taylor Marshall to read and learn more.

What is Saint Torelli Water & How Do You Use It? - Dr. Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

Cellphones, Church, Hell and You - Fr. Z’s Blog

Natuzza Evolo & The Stigmatic Blood Writings: Hemography - Glenn Dallaire, Church Mystics

The Fourth Century’s Most Holy Family - Catholic Herald

Radiation Could Have Created Holy Shroud Image - Andrea Tornielli, La Stampa/Vatican Insider

Education Is Priceless - Godwin Delali Adadzie, Ignitum Today

Communion Services: Their Origin and Future - Michael Seagriff, Harvesting The Fruits Of Contemplation

The Courage of the New York Times - Donald R. McClarey, The American Catholic

The Party’s Over: What The Sexual Revolution Has Wrought  - Mary...READ MORE

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U.S. Bishops Launch Religious Liberty Prayer Campaign (4981)

Campaign centers around new 'Prayer for Religious Liberty.'

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The U.S. bishops have launched a nationwide prayer campaign to defend religious liberty against recent threats such as the federal contraception mandate.

The campaign centers around a newly released “Prayer for Religious Liberty,” which asks God to grant “a clear and united voice” to all who gather to defend rights of conscience “in this decisive hour in the history of our nation.”

At a Washington administrative committee meeting March 13-14, leaders of the U.S. bishops’ conference called for the campaign in response to imminent threats to religious liberty, including the Obama administration’s controversial contraception mandate.

Bishops from every diocese in the country have spoken out...READ MORE

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The Easiest Plenary Indulgence in Lent, What is Lack of Piety, 5 Foreign Films on Faith, and more! (5692)

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The Easiest Plenary Indulgence May Be Obtained During Lent. Click on the link by Dr. Taylor Marshall to read and learn more.

The Easiest Plenary Indulgence May Be Obtained During Lent - Dr. Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

What is Piety & How Does a Lack of Piety Spell Doom for Us? - Msgr. Charles Pope, Archdiocese of Washington

Five Foreign Films About Faith - by Way of Beauty

This is the Kind of Bishop that I Long for as a Priest - Fr. David Forrester, Catholic Herald

Lenten Prayer Before the Crucifix - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

“Souls Falling Into Hell Like Snowflakes”, 10 Saintly Quotes on Hell - Saint Peter’s List

Fasting That Can Help Your Love Life - Anthony Buono, Catholic Lane

Jesus of Egypt - Stephen Beale, Crisis Magazine

Why Did God Not Give Us Himself Together With His Son? - Fr. Ryan...READ MORE

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Obedience, Celibacy, Poverty: A Register Symposium (4429)

The Promises That Free Priests to Serve Christ: A March 25 issue special section

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“Priests share in the universal dimensions of the mission that Christ entrusted to the apostles,” the Catechism states. “The spiritual gift they have received in ordination prepares them, not for a limited and restricted mission, ‘but for the fullest, in fact the universal mission of salvation to the end of the earth,’ prepared in spirit to preach the Gospel everywhere” (1565). “It is in the Eucharistic cult or in the Eucharistic assembly of the faithful that they exercise in a supreme degree their sacred office; there, acting in the person of Christ and proclaiming his mystery, they unite the votive offerings of the faithful to the sacrifice of Christ their head, and in the sacrifice of...READ MORE

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Pope Benedict XVI Celebrates St. Joseph's Day (2410)

The Holy Father delivered a sermon on his patron saint's virtues.

03/19/2012 Comment

Pope Benedict XVI celebrated the March 19 Solemnity of St. Joseph, his namesake, by delivering a sermon on the saint’s virtues.

Pope Benedict XVI, who was baptized Joseph Ratzinger, offered his thanks for all the prayers said on his behalf during his Sunday Angelus address on March 18.

“Dear friends,” he said, addressing the pilgrims who gathered in St. Peter’s Square for the noon prayer, “tomorrow we celebrate the feast of St. Joseph. I sincerely thank all those who have remembered me in prayer in the days before my name day.”

St. Joseph’s feast day is normally a holiday at the Vatican because he is the patron saint of the Church. But during the reign of Pope Benedict the holiday has an...READ MORE

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St. Joseph, YouTube Film School for Catholics, The Lenten Fast: Spiritual Warfare, and much more! (4224)

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A Prayerful Meditation on St. Joseph. Click on the link by Dr. Edouard Belaga to read and learn more.

A Prayerful Meditation on St. Joseph - Dr. Edouard Belaga, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

YouTube Film School for Catholics - Brandon Vogt, The Thin Veil

The Lenten Fast: Spiritual Warfare - David G. Bonagura Jr., The Catholic Thing

The Place of St. Joseph in Marian Devotion - Fr. Ryan Erlenbush, New Theological Movement

A Lenten Warning from the Saints - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

Solemnity of St. Joseph: 5 Things About His Life - Saint Peter’s List

Parenting Between The World And The Church - Brent Stubbs, Ignitum Today

12 Reasons Why Joseph was Married to Mary (St. Thomas Aquinas) - Dr. Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

The Stages of Starvation & the Decline of the West -...READ MORE

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