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Notre Dame Beacon for Life Keeps Light On (6325)

Young law professor O. Carter Snead will take the helm of the Center for Ethics and Culture.

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– Courtesy of Notre Dame

Thanksgiving came early on the campus of the University of Notre Dame this fall for supporters of the Center for Ethics and Culture there, as the school announced that O. Carter Snead would be succeeding David Solomon as the center’s director.

When Solomon was told last year that his term would be ending at the conclusion of this academic year, supporters of the center and the Fund to Protect Human Life, which relies on the center for administrative support, were alarmed. The move has been understood as retribution for his outspoken criticism of the administration’s awarding of an honorary degree to President Barack Obama, an ardent supporter of legal abortion, in principle and...READ MORE

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Cardinal Wuerl: 'Christ and His Message Give True and Lasting Meaning and Joy' (3798)

Archbishop of Washington responds to his appointment for the 2012 synod on the New Evangelization.

10/27/2011 Comment

WASHINGTON (EWTN News)—Cardial Donald Wuerl, the head of the Catholic Church in Washington, D.C., will serve as the chief coordinator for the upcoming gathering of bishops on evangelizing societies that are becoming increasingly secular.

“The synod’s theme chosen by our Holy Father appropriately reflects his recognition that in this secular and materialistic society, where people listen in sound bites and slogans replace explanations, we must remember that Christ and his message give true and lasting meaning and joy,” said Cardinal Wuerl in an Oct. 25 statement.

“We must have the excitement and enthusiasm of those Christians of the early Church, going out and telling people for the first...READ MORE

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World Trade Center Church Will Be Rebuilt (3182)

Deal reached between Greek Orthodox and Port Authority means there will be a place of worship at Ground Zero.

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St. Nicholas before 9/11

– goarch.org

NEW YORK — Ten years after 9/11, plans have been settled to rebuild the only church that was destroyed during the attacks on the World Trade Center.

The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America has spent the last decade in a tug-of-war with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which owns the land under the World Trade Center, over the future of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. The small church sat in the shadows of the Twin Towers but was crushed when they collapsed on Sept. 11, 2001.

On Oct. 14, both parties announced that they had finally reached an agreement.

According to Father Mark Arey, director of the Office of Inter-Orthodox, Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations, St....READ MORE

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Praying for the Holy Souls, Why Two Judgments?, Central World Bank, Aaron Neville, and much more! (3256)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

10/27/2011 Comment

Nude Beauty for Porn Addicts. Click on the link by Marc Barnes to learn more.

Nude Beauty for Porn Addicts - Marc Barnes, Patheos/Bad Catholic

Praying for the Holy Souls: The Soul You Help may be Your Own - James Curley, Catholic Lane

2 November Indulgences Coming Up, Have a Plan? - Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, WDTPRS?

Why Two Judgments? - Msgr. M. Francis Mannion, Our Sunday Visitor

My Life in Roses - Fabiola Garza, VirtuousPla.net

Should Spiritual Directors Charge for their Services? - Dan Burke, Catholic Spiritual Direction

No Catholic Church, No Scientific Method  - Scott Locklin, Takimag

Editing Down the Catholic “Core” - Terry Mattingly, Get Religion

Shooting the Messenger: What Church Teaches on Her Own Authority - Dr. Jeff Mirus, Catholic Culture

Central...READ MORE

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Vatican Document on Economics Draws Mixed Reviews (3327)

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Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi explained that the document on economics was not 'an expression of papal magisterium.'

– CNA photo

VATICAN CITY — A new Vatican document that calls for the creation of a new global authority to regulate financial markets and a tax on financial transactions has been praised by some for reminding world leaders to uphold the dignity of the poor.

But it has also been roundly criticized by others for being out of touch with political and economic reality.

The 41-page document, drawn up by the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace and published Oct. 24, was aimed at contributing to the upcoming G-20 Summit Nov. 3-4, which will be devoted to the ongoing global economic crisis.

Titled “Toward Reforming the International Financial and Monetary Systems in the Context of Global Public...READ MORE

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How to Overcome Sins and Faults of the Tongue, Changing Face of Catholic Social Teaching, and more! (3243)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

10/26/2011 Comment

Six Practical Means to Overcome Sins & Faults of the Tongue. Click on the link by Sr. Laus Gloriae OCD to learn how.

Six Practical Means to Overcome Sins & Faults of the Tongue - Sr. Laus Gloriae OCD, Integrated Catholic Life™

The Changing Face of Catholic Social Though - Fr. Thomas D. Williams LC, Crisis Magazine

Learn Church’s Triumphs, Shortcomings, Gain Perspective on Faith - Thomas Craughwell, Our Sunday Visitor

Mea Culpa - Fr. Dwight Longenecker, Standing on my Head

The Truth about Assisi, Never-Before-Seen Words from B16 - Sandro Magister, Chiesa

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse - Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

Standing for Everything Will Get You Nowhere Fast - Motley Monk, The American Catholic

Lebanese Patriarch Urges Vigilance to Avoid Arab Winter - Benjamin Mann, Catholic News...READ MORE

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Pope: Assisi Meeting Will Be a Sign of Peace for Today's World (2637)

Benedict XVI celebrated a special Liturgy of the Word on the eve of the interreligious gathering.

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– Wikipedia

VATICAN CITY — A Christian must never yield to the temptation “to become a wolf among wolves,” but should work instead to build a kingdom of peace in which Christ is King, Pope Benedict XVI said today, Oct. 26, at a special Liturgy of the Word on the eve of tomorrow’s special day of prayer for peace in Assisi, Italy.

Addressing pilgrims this morning in the Paul VI hall, the Pope said, “It is not the sword of the conqueror that builds peace, but the sword of those who suffer and give up their own lives.” He reminded the faithful that they must journey like Christ: “not with the might of war or the force of power ... but with the giving of self, with love carried to its extreme...READ MORE

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Archbishop Naumann on the Indictment of Bishop Finn (6777)

Neighboring bishop, a close collaborator, has questions about the prosecution of the case and its treatment by the media.

10/26/2011 Comments (22)

On Oct. 14, Bishop Robert Finn of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Mo., was indicted for failure to report suspected child abuse, a charge linked to the arrest in May 2011 of Father Shawn Ratigan, a diocesan priest, for possession of child pornography. The New York Times noted that it was the “first time in the 25-year history of the Church’s sex-abuse scandals that the leader of an American diocese has been held criminally liable for the behavior of a priest he supervised.”

Bishop Finn and the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph have each been charged with one misdemeanor count for failure to report the priest to the authorities. The local prosecutor as well as the Times and The Kansas City Star...READ MORE

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