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Building Up Catholic Culture in Kansas (2445)

Benedictine College is bringing some of the best of today's Catholic thinking to the public through its Gregorian Institute. Oct. 9 issue feature.

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Benedictine College Facebook page

– Benedictine College Facebook page

The feast of St. Gregory the Great on Sept. 3 saw Benedictine College formally launch its new Gregorian Institute and Gregorian Fellowship program.

Through the Gregorian Institute, the college, in Atchison, Kan., will try to renew Catholic culture and freedom of religious expression by promoting Catholic identity in public life.

Naming the new institute after the great Benedictine Pope was a natural for the college, according to Tom Hoopes, who founded the institute, and Joseph Wurtz, dean of students.

Hoopes, who is vice president of college relations and Benedictine’s writer in residence, said the college wants to present to students St. Gregory’s appreciation for truth, beauty and goodness...READ MORE

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USCCB Launches New Marriage Radio and TV Ads (2077)

For Your Marriage Campaign highlights benefits of matrimony.

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WASHINGTON (EWTN News)—A new series of radio and television public service announcements launched by the For Your Marriage campaign promotes the idea that “A good marriage goes a long way.”

“This campaign highlights how the benefits of marriage go beyond the husband and wife, and, in fact, strengthen all of society, a message often lost in our culture,” said Bishop Kevin Rhoades of Fort Wayne-South Bend, Ind.

Bishop Rhoades serves as the chairman of the Committee on Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

For Your Marriage is an initiative of the bishops’ conference. It aims to strengthen marriages and families within the U.S.

An Oct. 3...READ MORE

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Tim Tebow and Christophobia (4127)

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Denver Broncos' quarterback Tim Tebow warms up on the sidelines during the NFL preseason.

– Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Two weeks into the NFL season, ESPN ran a Sunday-morning special exploring why the third-string quarterback of the Denver Broncos, Tim Tebow, had become the most polarizing figure in American sports — more polarizing than trash-talking NBA behemoths; more polarizing than foul-mouthed Serena Williams; more polarizing than NFL all-stars who father numerous children by numerous women, all out of wedlock. Why does Tebow, and Tebow alone, arouse such passions? Why is Tebow the one whom “comedians” say they would like to shoot?

A hint: It has nothing to do with Tim Tebow’s prospects as a pro quarterback.

For readers who don’t follow the NFL, let me explain that Tim Tebow is a Heisman trophy...READ MORE

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St. Ambrose, Religious Freedom, Atheist Convert, Eugenics, Machiavelli, and much more! (3144)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

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Did St. Ambrose Believe in the Real Presence? Click on the link by Joe Heschmeyer to learn more.

Did St. Ambrose Believe in the Real Presence? - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

How Germans & Italians Preparing New, Corrected Translations - Fr. Zuhlsdorf, WDTPRS?

Some Good News for Religious Freedom - Joseph Knippenberg, First Things/First Thoughts

Msgr. Pozzo’s Primer on the Present Liturgical Situation - Fr. Tim Finigan, The Hermeneutic of Continuity

Son of Prominent Atheist Converts: R.J. Stove - Why I’m Catholic

Eugenics and the Firewall - Denyse O’Leary, MercatorNet

The Drama of Grace - Robert J. Gieb, Catholic Lane

Blowing Up A Neighbor - Brandon Vogt, VirtuousPla.net

The Pillars of Unbelief, Machiavelli - Dr. Peter Kreeft, Integrated Catholic Life™

Patroness of...READ MORE

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Former Swiss Guard Owes Business Sense, and Faith, to John Paul II (5044)

In a new book, Catholic CEO Andreas Widmer offers management insights and stories of the late Holy Father.

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Andreas Widmer

– Courtesy faithandprosperity.com

In these times of economic woe and uncertainty, could Blessed Pope John Paul II be a model for business leaders?

Former Swiss Guard and successful businessman Andreas Widmer thinks so — and has laid out his reasons in a practical and fascinating new book: The Pope and the CEO: John Paul II’s Leadership Lessons to a Young Swiss Guard.

In it, Widmer takes the reader through nine practical lessons. He stresses that business and faith go together and that business can be a wonderful school of virtue and faith. The book is published by Emmaus Road with a foreword by papal biographer George Weigel. On Sept. 29, Widmer spoke on the phone from the United States about his book.


Why have you...READ MORE

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Pope: Renew Your Trust in God (1908)

Benedict XVI reflects on Psalm 23 at his Oct. 5 audience. He also offered an appeal for those suffering in the drought-stricken Horn of Africa.

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VATICAN CITY (EWTN News/CNA)—Pope Benedict XVI used his Oct. 5 audience to revisit the theme of trusting in God during times of adversity, as found in Psalm 23 — a message that he delivered twice at the beginning of September.

“With its exquisite pastoral imagery, this much-beloved Psalm speaks of the radical trust in God’s loving care, which is an essential aspect of prayer,” the Pope said to pilgrims in St. Peter’s Square.

“The Psalmist expresses his tranquil certainty that he will be guided and protected, sheltered from all danger, because the Lord is his shepherd,” he said.

Psalm 23 is one of the best-known passages in the Bible and is commonly used in religious services by Jews,...READ MORE

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Crusader Myths, Contraceptives Double Risk of AIDS, The Spaghetti Monster, and much more! (3078)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

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Gift of God

Chartreuse: The Famous Green Liquor and Saint Bruno. Click on the link by Taylor Marshall to learn more about this emerald libation.

– Gift of God

Christians Need Not Apply? - George J. Marlin, The Catholic Thing

Exploring Four Myths About the Crusades - Msgr. Charles Pope, Archdiocese of Washington

St. John Chrysostom & St. Augustine on Matthew 16:18 & Papacy - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

The Decline in Vocations: Celibacy Isn’t the Issue - The Motley Monk, The American Catholic

Study: Contraceptives Double Risk of HIV/AIDS - Susan Yoshihara PhD, Turtle Bay & Beyond

US Supreme Ct. Hears Most Important Religious Freedom Case in Decades - Catholic Lane

‘The Playboy Club’ TV Show Cancelled Following Outcry - Kathleen Gilbert, LifeSiteNews.com

God’s Spaghetti Is Not Our Spaghetti - John Zmirak, Crisis Magazine

Chartreuse:...READ MORE

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Matthew Kelly's Tips for Teaching Faith to Kids (6577)

In his latest book, The One Thing: Passing Faith Onto Children, the Catholic author writes about the joys and challenges of passing the Catholic faith on to children. An Oct. 9 issue feature.

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Kelly family photo

CATHOLIC FAMILY. Matthew and Meggie Kelly with their son, Walter.

– Kelly family photo

Matthew Kelly has been writing and speaking to audiences since he was a teenager attending business school in Sydney, Australia. His message is consistent to Catholic and business audiences alike — become a better version of yourself.

In his latest book, The One Thing: Passing Faith Onto Children (Beacon Publishing, 2011), Kelly, 38, writes about the joys and challenges of passing the Catholic faith on to children.


 

How was the Catholic faith passed on to you growing up in Australia by your family?

 

 

My parents had a wonderful way of saying informal things like “God has been good to our family,” and this had a real and lasting impact on me as a child. They also believed...READ MORE

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