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Mission From God: Evangelization (2426)

Pope encourages faithful 'to show the beauty and the reasonableness of faith, bringing the light of God to man in our time, with courage, conviction and joy.'

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ROME (CNA/EWTN News) —The effort to renew the evangelization of mankind begins in the human heart, Pope Benedict XVI told the clergy, religious and laity of the Diocese of Rome on June 13.

“To be effective, the proclamation of faith must begin with a heart that believes, hopes, loves; a heart that loves Christ and believes in the power of the Holy Spirit!” the Pope told those gathered at St. John Lateran Cathedral for the Rome Diocese’s annual convention.

The Pope pointed to how St. Peter’s proclamation of Jesus’ resurrection at Pentecost was “not confined to a simple list of facts,” but “cut to the heart” of those who heard him.

“The resurrection of Jesus was able and is able to...READ MORE

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CUA Will Return to Single-Sex Dorms (2593)

Catholic University of America's president: Non-coed residence halls reduce drinking and 'hooking up.' Change is part of broader efforts to increase campus Catholic identity.

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WASHINGTON (CNA) — The Catholic University of America plans to return to single-sex dormitories to reduce binge drinking and the “culture of hooking up,” university president John Garvey has announced.

“Next year all freshmen at The Catholic University of America will be assigned to single-sex residence halls. The year after, we will extend the change to the sophomore halls,” he wrote in The Wall Street Journal. “It will take a few years to complete the transformation.”

The intellect and virtue are connected and influence one another, he said, and this means that colleges and universities should concern themselves with virtue as well as intellect.

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How We Got The Rosary, Super 8 & the Real Presence, Evangelical Turns Catholic, and much more! (3411)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

06/14/2011 Comment

The Holy Rosary was given to Saint Dominic by the Blessed Virgin Mary in the year Anno Domini 1214.

How Mary Gave the Rosary to Saint Dominic - Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

Super 8 and the Real Presence - Daniel McInerny, High Concepts

An Evangelical Returns Home to Rome: Russ Rentler - Why I’m Catholic

Ordination: Hope for the Future of the Church - Tom Crowe, Catholic Vote

The School of the Family - Patrice Fagnat-MacArthur, Catholic Lane

We All Die with Dignity - Zac Alstin, First Things/On the Square

Gilbert Keith Chesterton - Father Vincent McNabb, The Distributist Review

G.K. Chesterton, R.I.P. - Stephanie A. Mann, Supremacy and Survival: The English Reformation

Two Brothers Ordained Into Priesthood - Wayne.com

Saint Barnabas Called Jupiter! - Catholic Herald

The...READ MORE

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Priest Is the Speaker’s Choice (2522)

Father Patrick Conroy, the new House of Representatives chaplain, is the second Catholic priest to hold the job.

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WASHINGTON — The early-morning sun is rising over Capitol Hill as Jesuit Father Patrick Conroy walks up the marble steps of the Capitol building.

He passes through a hall of marble statues on his way to his office underneath the famed Capitol Rotunda. He then makes his way to the House of Representatives chamber, where, as the new chaplain, he will offer a short prayer to open the day’s legislative business.

“This is one of those things where you almost can’t believe it’s happening,” Father Conroy said during a recent interview.

Father Conroy, 60, was still meeting lawmakers and their staff members and learning when and where the various congressional prayer meetings are held.

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What the Church's Birthday Teaches Us (1718)

How Pope Benedict celebrated Pentecost.

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VATICAN CITY (CNA/EWTN News) — Pentecost shows the Holy Spirit created the Catholic Church for all people, Pope Benedict said in his homily to mark Pentecost Sunday, June 12.

“From the first moment, in fact, the Holy Spirit created (the Church) as the Church of all people. It embraces the entire world, transcending the boundaries of race, class, nation — it breaks down all barriers and unites people in the profession of the Triune God. From the beginning, the Church is one, catholic and apostolic,” said the Pope to a packed St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.

Pentecost is the one of the most prominent feast days in the Christian calendar. It is often referred to as the “birthday of the...READ MORE

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John Calvin, The Council of Trent, Medjugorje, The Green Movement, AIDS, Newt Gingrich, and more! (3298)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

06/14/2011 Comment

Catholic convert and also a major presidential candidate in 2012, Newt Gingrich.

Medjugorje Visionaries 1986 Medical Report Excerpts - Diane M. Korzeniewski O.C.D.S., Te Deum Laudamus!

Calvin, Trent, & the Vulgate: Misinterpreting the Fourth Session - Barrett Turner, Called to Communion

Trying to Fly with One Wing: The Use of Flattery - Stanley D. Williams Ph.D., Catholic Lane

Traddies Guide to Scripture: The Ecclesial Context - Kate Edwards, Australia Incognita

New Translation: Prayers Before and After the Gospel - Jake Tawney, Roma locuta est

Tree of Life Yields Little Fruit - Kevin Collins, First Things/On the Square

Is the Green Movement Problematic for Christians? - Louie Glinzak, Acton Institute/Power Blog

What Makes Someone a ‘Catholic Priest’? - Mollie...READ MORE

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Myths About the Early Church, CUA Brings Back Single Sex Dorms, and much more! (2468)

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06/13/2011 Comment

Catholic University of America President John Garvey has implemented single-sex dorms in an action that looks to reclaim CUA's Catholic identity!

Five Myths About Worship in the Early Church - Michael P. Foley, Crisis Magazine

Catholic University of America: Why We’re Going Back to Single-Sex Dorms - John Garvey, Wall Street Journal

How Not to Appear Crazy on the Internet - Paul Zummo

Why the Puritans Have Funny Names - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

Catholics Rally Around Embattled Bishop Finn! - WDAF-TV

Necessity & Freedom in the Trinity - Reginaldus, The New Theological Movement

The Family’s End - Scott Yenor, Public Discourse

Top Hollywood Writer: Pop Culture Is “A Serious Challenge to the Church” - Carl Olson, Ignatius Insight Scoop

I’m Coming Out as a “Homosceptic” - Peter Saunders, MercatorNet

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Giving Bread Like St. Anthony (3190)

Manhattan parish carries on centuries-old tradition, especially in tough economic times.

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NEW YORK — Nestled deep inside Manhattan’s dark, concrete canyons is a tiny, red-brick church that enkindles the light of hope. The Church of St. Francis of Assisi in New York City fights the good fight against urban poverty and despair by witnessing to Christ’s message. One way the parish’s Franciscan friars do this is by distributing bread to those in need, particularly on June 13, the feast of St. Anthony of Padua.

This year, the church will distribute 80,000 loaves of bread on the feast, in memory of the Franciscan saint’s care and concern for the poor.

A banner over the hall in which the bread distribution is held greets volunteers. It reads: “For those who have to share with those...READ MORE

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