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St. Jerome, Janmot, Hilarion, Aramaic, Iran, Kneeling, Maccabees, Bp. Doran, and much more! (2801)

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St. Jerome and the Text of Scripture. Click on the link by Mary Kochan to learn more.

St. Jerome and the Text of Scripture - Mary Kochan, Catholic Lane

Seven Beautiful Paintings by Janmot - Stacy Transancos PhD, Accepting Abundance

Orthodox Archbishop Hilarion: We Are Internally Divided on Question of Primacy - Benjamin Mann, Catholic News Agency

Father’s Presence Makes Children Happier, More Intelligent - Thaddeus Baklinski, LifeSiteNews.com

The Aramaic Language is Being Resurrected in Israel - Marco Tosatti, La Stampa/Vatican Insider

Iran’s Christians Urgently Need the West’s Support - Fleur Brading, Daily Telegraph

Bp. Thomas Doran on Kneeling for Holy Communion - Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, What Does The Prayer Really Say?

In Photos: A Journey Through Early Christian Rome...READ MORE

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New Orleans Mourns Death of Archbishop Philip Hannan (1769)

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– Courtesy of the Archdiocese of New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS — Retired Archbishop Philip Hannan of New Orleans died in the early morning hours of Sept. 29. The archbishop, age 98, is being remembered for his tireless work for the poor and for being a “wonderful soldier of Christ.”

“Archbishop Hannan will be greatly missed,” said Archbishop Gregory Aymond of New Orleans.

“He was a man of the Church, a man who loved God and certainly a man who loved God’s people,” he said. “He was a great shepherd for us, and he also was a true New Orleanian.”

Archbishop Aymond recalled the “determination” and “great love for the poor” that Archbishop Hannan displayed throughout his life.

“People knew him and recognized him as the archbishop of New...READ MORE

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Modesty at Mass, Peaceful Pro-Lifers Attacked, Catholic Social Thought, Celibacy, and much more! (3917)

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What Plato Advises. Click on the link by Fr. James V. Schall S.J. to learn more.

Modesty at Mass Is a Must - Jim Graves, Daily Register

Three Catholic Thoughts on the Facebook Timeline - Steven Lawson, VirtuousPla.net

Peaceful Pro-Life Demonstrators Violently Attacked in Paris - Jeanne Smits, LifeSiteNews.com

Catholic Social Thought in Proper Context - Fr. James V. Schall SJ, Ignatius Insight

Celibacy and the Eucharist - Fr. Pang Joseph Shiu Tcheou, Dappled Things

What Plato Advises - Fr. James V. Schall SJ, Crisis Magazine

Student Punished for Saying “Bless You” in Class - Susan Brinkmann, Women of Grace

Bible Software for Catholics - Steven Smith, First Things/On the Square

Pulling the Props Out From Under Roe v. Wade - Theodore Kobernick, Catholic Lane


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Palestinian Christians Are Hopeful About Statehood (2873)

Mahmoud Abbas asked for sovereignty at the United Nations, and residents back home look to the future.

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Jamie Lynn Ross/Flickr Creative Commons

Palestinian Christians in the Old City of Jerusalem on Palm Sunday.

– Jamie Lynn Ross/Flickr Creative Commons

JERUSALEM — Salim Manarious, a retired former school headmaster, believes there will be a sovereign Palestinian state in his lifetime.

“I believe it because I’m a Palestinian,” the 72-year-old Orthodox Christian said Sept. 23, the day Palestinian National Authority President Mahmoud Abbas applied for full membership in the United Nations.

Palestinians currently have observer status at the U.N.

The United Nations Security Council is scheduled to hold preliminary talks today on the Palestinian application. The United States has pledged to veto the proposal if it comes up for a vote in the Security Council. The U.S. has called for a return to Israeli-Palestinian negotiations as a way to...READ MORE

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All About Angels, Ten Tips for Catholic Dating, Mother of the Unborn, and much more! (2350)

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Where are the Archangels Among the Choirs of Angels? Click on the link by Fr. Ryan Erlenbush to learn where.

Peter Kreeft: Twelve Things to Know about Angels - Carl Olson, Ignatius Insight Scoop

Where are the Archangels Among the Choirs of Angels? - Fr. Ryan Erlenbush, New Theological Movement

When Where the Angels Created? (Saint Augustine) - Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

Ten Tips for Catholic Dating - Julie Rodrigues, VirtuousPla.net

Mother of the Unborn - Gregory Pfundstein, The Catholic Thing

Peter Seewald: B16 Triumphed Over the Media War in Germany - Catholic News Agency

Report: Funding P.P. has Zero Effect on Unintended Pregnancy - Eric Scheidler, LifeSiteNews.com

Quæritur: What if Someone Walks away with a Host? - Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, WDTPRS?

Romans 2 - Melinda Selmys, Sexual...READ MORE

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Modesty at Mass Is a Must (8725)

The importance of dressing for God, not the culture

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Jose Guadalupe Martin Rabago, the archbishop of Leon, Mexico, has called on Catholics to dress respectfully when attending Mass. He made the request while speaking to reporters this summer after he was asked why posters were placed at the entrances of Leon parishes requesting that women not enter wearing miniskirts, sleeveless shirts or low-cut blouses. The archbishop said, “If you have any respect for [a church], dress appropriately. This is not a misogynist attitude of any sort. I am simply asking for the dignity and decorum that this place calls for, that is all.”

He added that men, too, need to be respectful in their choice of dress before entering a house of worship.

Bishops in other...READ MORE

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Profiles in Courage: Military Chaplains (4331)

Catholic chaplains have served the spiritual needs of the men and women in uniform since 1917.

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Courtesy of the Archdiocese for Military Services

A chaplain assists a soldier in Afghanistan.

– Courtesy of the Archdiocese for Military Services

WASHINGTON — The Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA reported a sharp jump this year in the number of seminarians interested in serving as military chaplains. As the 2011-2012 academic year begins, there are 31 military-affiliated seminarians nationwide, up from three just three years ago.

The seminarians are participating in the Chaplain Candidacy Program for one of the branches of the armed forces and must be co-sponsored by a diocesan bishop. Once ordained, the priest must serve three years in a civilian parish and return to his diocese of sponsorship when he retires from active military service.

Conventual Father Kerry Abbott, director of vocations for the archdiocese,...READ MORE

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Congress Investigates Planned Parenthood (2854)

House committee requests documentation of billing practices, use of federal funds and reporting on criminal conduct.

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WASHINGTON (EWTN News/CNA)—The U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce has launched an investigation into the Planned Parenthood Federation of America and its affiliates to determine whether the organization is violating regulations on taxpayer funding or failing to report criminal activity.

“The committee has questions about the policies in place and actions undertaken by PPFA and its affiliates relating to its use of federal funding and its compliance with federal restrictions on the funding of abortion,” said Rep. Cliff Stearns, R-Fla., chairman of the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, in a Sept. 15 letter to Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards.

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