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Making Beautiful Liturgy, Madonna and Child, The Selfless Heart, and much more! (2053)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

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What Angels Asked Each Other as Mary Assumed into Heaven. Click on Fr. Ryan Erlenbush's link to learn what was said.

Making Beautiful Liturgy Happen Everywhere- Jeffrey A. Tucker, The Chant Café

The Selfless Heart, the Story of St. Joan Delanoue - Oscar F. A. Gutierrez, Regnum Novum

Beautiful Catholic Art: Madonna and Child - Elaine Golden, VirtuousPla.net

What Angels Asked Each Other as Mary Assumed into Heaven - Fr. Ryan Erlenbush, New Theological Movement

The Church and Capitalism - Alessandra Nucci, Catholic World Report

Ten Things you will not Find in a Catholic Home - Richard Collins, Linen on the Hedgerow

On Truth & Trad: Economics & The Catholic Vision of the Good Life - Bernardo Aparicio García/Robert T. Miller/John C. Médaille, Dappled Things

Germans & Their Aversion to “Catholic” Rome -...READ MORE

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Opening Mass Kicks Off World Youth Day (2724)

Young People Encouraged in Faith and Legacy of ‘the Pope of Youth,’ John Paul II

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Pilgrims pray prior to the Opening Mass of World Youth Day Madrid.

– Reuters/Susana Vera

The night of Aug. 16 belonged to both Pope John Paul II, the great friend of the world’s young people and the Catholic faith of Spain.

With 500,000 young Catholic pilgrims gathered in central Madrid for the start of World Youth Day and the impending arrival of Pope Benedict XVI later in the week, the open-air Mass celebrated by the cardinal archbishop of Madrid, Antonio Ruoco, was marked by recalling the past and continuing spiritual presence of Blessed John Paul II in the lives of young Catholics throughout the world.

Cardinal Ruoco also called his fellow citizens of Spain to remember their Catholic roots and to see the week ahead as an opportunity to renew and strengthen their ancient...READ MORE

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For Father Bourgeois, Today's the Day (5254)

As last chance to recant from his support for women’s ordination looms, the maverick Maryknoll priest holds on to his views.

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COLUMBUS, Ga. — Father Roy Bourgeois sat in his modest apartment on Tuesday, Aug. 16 with only seven hours left to say two words: I recant.

These words would free him of a looming dismissal from the Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America (Maryknoll). Father Bourgeois was ordered to recant his open campaign in favor of ordination of women as priests, a position in direct conflict with Church doctrine.

“Wednesday is the day,” Father Bourgeois said in a conversation with the Register on Aug. 16. “I poked the beehive of the patriarchy, and those bees got very upset with me. I am in very serious trouble. Yes, we have to obey our leaders. But above that is loyalty to conscience, and...READ MORE

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Cardinal Tells Youth Faith Is an Adventure at World Youth Day's First Mass (1972)

Cardinal Stanislaw Rylko: 'Faith is possible. It is in fact a wonderful adventure that allows us to discover the magnitude and beauty of our lives.'

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MADRID (CNA/EWTN News) — Cardinal Stanislaw Rylko welcomed the more than 500,000 young people who flooded the Plaza de Cibeles at the World Youth Day Madrid 2011 opening Mass on Aug. 16.

“The day we have all been waiting for has arrived,” said Cardinal Rylko, the president of the Pontifical Council for the Laity. “After a long path of preparation, you are finally here in Madrid, a beautiful modern city that will be the world capital of Catholic youth for the next few days.”

The cardinal reminded all those present that the motto for World Youth Day 2011 is “Planted and built up in Jesus Christ, firm in the faith.” He said that this reflection “is very demanding because it contains a...READ MORE

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Martyrdom in Pakistan, 12 Things About Angels, What is a Major Basilica, and much more! (2989)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

08/17/2011 Comment

What are the 12 Most Important Things to Know about Angels? Click on Dr. Peter Kreeft's link to find out.

Martyrdom in Pakistan - George Weigel, Archdiocese of Denver

Prayers for East Africa - Sr. Lisa Marie Doty FDCC, Nunspeak

The 12 Most Important Things to Know about Angels - Dr. Peter Kreeft, The Integrated Catholic Life™

Self-Defeating Concessions - David Mills, First Things/First Thoughts

What Is An Affiliation With A Major Basilica? - Allie, Here Is The Church. . .

Top Five Reasons to Use Your “YouCat” - Brent Stubbs, VirtuousPla.net

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Papal Knight of the Golden Spur - Dylan Parry, A Reluctant Sinner

Celeb’s Hollywood Pedophilia Stunner Met With Media Whimper - Dave Pierre, TheMediaReport.com

. . . Bill Donohue: Media Ignore Child Sex Abuse . . .

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On the Record With John Garvey, CUA President (2805)

Contraception, Single-Sex Dorms, and Inculcating Virtue on Campus

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CUA John Garvey addresses students before joining them in the 2011 March For Life in Washington.

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John Hugh Garvey just completed his inaugural year as president of The Catholic University of America, where he made headlines after announcing plans to provide single-sex dorms for freshman. 

Educated at the University of Notre Dame and Harvard University Law School, he taught at the Notre Dame Law School and more recently served as the dean of Boston College Law School.

Last week, he spoke with the Register’s senior editor, Joan Frawley Desmond, addressing a range of issues, from his vision of “Catholic” higher education to his concerns about potential threats to the religious freedom of Catholic universities.


On August 1, the Department of Health and Human Services approved...READ MORE

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Opening Mass Welcomes Pilgrims to WYD (2774)

Day 2 in Madrid: What an incredible, amazing day!

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– Rachel Howell

Today was so full that I cannot do justice to it. From the amazing guides provided by Youth in Europe (which will soon be changing its name to JMJ Youth), to the patient security guards on the crowded metro, it seems the Holy Spirit is touching everyone.

Our day began with a little clash in cultures — not Spain and the United States, but Northeast/Pennsylvania and Southeast/Alabama. Our groups both have the same guide, and our poor friends from Philly had to put up with us Alabamians running out the door.

We are not known for keeping schedules, and our completely opposite friends are perfectly themed, even down to their matching neon green T-shirts. It must be a case of divine Providence...READ MORE

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Compulsory Sex Ed in New York (3832)

Parents of public school children forced to give up rights to be primary educators.

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NEW YORK — Catholic leaders in New York City are decrying a new mandate that students in the city’s public middle and high schools attend sex-education classes.

Beginning in the second semester of the 2011-2012 academic year, the city schools’ health curriculum will include lessons on puberty, birth control, teen pregnancy, preventing sexually transmitted diseases and getting help with sexual decisions, among several topics.

The New York City Department of Education says the curriculum will also include lessons on abstinence and purity, resisting sexual pressure and avoiding high-risk situations, but some classroom instructions would also have sixth- and seventh-grade students learning...READ MORE

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