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Faith Abbott McFadden’s Life of Faith (3991)

Pro-life matriarch, convert to Catholicism, is celebrated in New York.

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Human Life Foundation

Faith Abbot McFadden speaking at a recent fundraising dinner for The Human Life Review.

– Human Life Foundation

NEW YORK — Family, friends and pro-life activists gathered on the first Friday of September in gratitude for the life of Faith Abbott McFadden.

McFadden, 80, died Aug. 30 after a long and recurring battle with cancer. She was the widow of James P. McFadden, who founded The Human Life Review in 1975 and was its editor for many years. Mrs. McFadden carried on her husband’s work, serving as senior editor of the Review and editing a column in a bulletin he’d started, Catholic Eye.

The McFaddens married in 1959, and the couple had five children, one of whom, Robert, died after his own fight with cancer. A daughter, Maria Maffucci, is editor of The Human Life Review.

Faith McFadden is...READ MORE

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Catholic Students in Joplin Return to School (1979)

Bishop on tornado aftermath: 'There are ... many signs of God’s grace at work, pointing to a future full of hope.'

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Mark Schielfelbein via EWTN News website

St. Mary's School library in Joplin, Mo.

– Mark Schielfelbein via EWTN News website

JOPLIN, Mo.  (EWTN News) — Students at St. Mary’s School in Joplin, Mo., are back in session, despite the loss of their school and parish in a tornado last May. Their local bishop says he sees God bringing good out of suffering.

“There is still much to be done, still great suffering and uncertainty in the lives of many citizens,” Bishop James Johnston of Springfield-Cape Girardeau wrote in a recent column for the diocese’s weekly publication The Mirror. “Yet, there are also many signs of God’s grace at work, pointing to a future full of hope.”

St. Mary’s lost three weeks of its 2011-2012 school year, as the Joplin Catholic Schools system worked to turn a former warehouse into a makeshift...READ MORE

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Translation Resources for the Blind, Solutions for East Africa Drought, Social Justice, and more! (2165)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

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Need Solutions for East Africa Drought? Click on the link by Kenneth F. Hackett for some solutions.

New Translation Resources for the Blind - Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Answering Seventh Day Adventism - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

Solutions for East Africa Drought - Kenneth F. Hackett, Catholic Lane

Work and Natural Rights - Hadley Arkes, The Catholic Thing

Tis the Season for ProLife Activism - Rachel, VirtuousPla.net

Peace If Possible; Truth At All Costs - Michael Hannon, First Things/On the Square

American Catholic Social Justice Circles Neglects the Role of Virtue - Russell Shaw, Catholic World Report

Thomas Aquinas College (TAC): “One of Three to Receive a Perfect Score” - California Catholic Daily

Newman Guide: Only Three Catholic Colleges...READ MORE

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Remembering 9/11 (2133)

For Westchester County executive, Sept. 11 was one that mixed sadness and joy.

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Courtesy of Westchester County executive's office

Westchester County Executive Robert Astorino (r) at Ground Zero in August 2011.

– Courtesy of Westchester County executive's office

All this week, the Register is recalling the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Each day, we are featuring the recollections of an individual Catholic who was there or whose lives were impacted by the tragic events.

For those not on the scene but who had once worked there and knew some people in the World Trade Center, the events took on added meaning

Robert Astorino, former station manager/program director of the Catholic Channel on Sirius Satellite Radio, who now serves as Westchester County, N.Y., Executive, was by a television and watched the plane fly into World Trade Center.

“I remember all of a sudden crying and understating what’s happening to people in the building,” he...READ MORE

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Mission: Catholic Identity (2337)

The Cardinal Newman Society has teamed up with Mount St. Mary’s to advance faith-filled higher education. Sept. 11 issue feature.

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Mount St. Mary's

ADVANCING CATHOLIC HIGHER ED. From left to right: Thomas Mead, executive vice president of the Cardinal Newman Society, Msgr. Stuart Swetland, the new executive director of the Cardinal Newman Society’s Center for the Advancement of Catholic Higher Education, and Patrick Reilly, Cardinal Newman Society’s president.

– Mount St. Mary's

The Cardinal Newman Society’s Center for the Advancement of Catholic Higher Education works to ensure that Catholic colleges are truly Catholic — which is needed now more than ever.

"We are at a better place than we were 18 years ago," said Patrick Reilly, president of the Cardinal Newman Society. "Today, Catholic educators freely acknowledge that something important has been lost, and they want to get it back. The center is doing the essential task of identifying what works in Catholic higher education and offering practical ways of renewing Catholic identity in the classroom and in campus life."

"Sadly, our culture has become toxic to Catholic identity," he added. "We can defend our...READ MORE

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Verifying the 4 Gospels, Why Catholics Have Large Families, Catholic Romance Novel Boom, and more! (2915)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

09/06/2011 Comment

Are the Four Gospels Historically Verifiable? Click on the link by Taylor Marshall to learn how so.

Are the Four Gospels Historically Verifiable? - Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

Does Property Have a Purpose? - Thomas Storck, Distributist Review

Mother Teresa: How to Love God - Lisa Graas, The American Catholic

Reflections on Conversion - Andrew Votipka, VirtuousPla.net

Why Do Catholics Have Big Families? - Phil Lawler, CatholicCulture.org/On the News

How Do I Tell People We’re Having Another Baby? - Like Mother Like Daughter

School Choice Gains Traction - Kevin E. Schmiesing PhD, Integrated Catholic Life™

Empower Parents: Restore Constitution by Returning Educational Policy to States - Jane Robbins, Public Discourse

Philippines: The Boom in “Catholic” Romance Novels - Mauro...READ MORE

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Pope: Fraternal Correction Is Essential to Christian Life (2731)

Benedict quotes St. Augustine while discussing how to charitably correct the behavior of those gone astray on Sept. 4.

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St. Augustine

– Wikipedia

VATICAN CITY (EWTN News/CNA) — Correcting the behavior of those gone astray is an essential part of Christian life, said Pope Benedict XVI in his Sunday Angelus address Sept. 4.

“This approach is called fraternal correction: It is not a reaction to injury suffered, but is moved by love for one’s brother,” said the Pope to pilgrims gathered at his summer residence of Castel Gandolfo.

The Pope made his comments in the light of the Gospel in which Jesus suggests that “if your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault, between you and him alone.”

The text of the Gospel “tells us that brotherly love also involves a sense of mutual responsibility,” said the Pope, “so if my brother...READ MORE

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Philly’s New Archbishop Will Leave a Rich Legacy in Denver (3966)

Archbishop Charles Chaput's installation is set for Thursday. Auxiliary Bishop James Conley was named apostolic administrator for the Denver Archdiocese.

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Archbishop Charles Chaput

– CNA photo

DENVER — Philadelphia welcomes a new Church leader this week, and if Archbishop Charles Chaput remains true to form, his distinctive managerial style and commitment to the New Evangelization will have a strong impact on the City of Brotherly Love.

During his 14 years in Denver, Archbishop Chaput oversaw a slew of striking initiatives, including a thriving new seminary, a pastoral center for Hispanics and the establishment of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (Focus).

Close collaborators say he encourages autonomy and even a measure of “risk-taking,” while maintaining a steady, probing engagement with senior staff.

“The Archdiocese of Denver has a reputation for being an...READ MORE

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