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Archbishop Gomez Recalls Dolores Hope's 'Deep, Abiding Faith' (3387)

The widow of entertainer Bob Hope and supporter of many Catholic charities died Sept. 19 at the age of 102.

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Bob and Dolores Hope in the 1970s

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LOS ANGELES (CNA)—Dolores Hope, the widow of entertainer Bob Hope and a supporter of many Catholic charities, was a Catholic of “deep, abiding faith,” Archbishop José Gomez of Los Angeles said in tribute to her life.

“Both the entertainment world and the Church have lost a woman of profound faith, gifted musical talent and dedication to the betterment of peoples worldwide. The death of Dolores Hope leaves a huge void in Southern California,” he said.

“May she now enter into that eternal life and light prepared for her by the God whom she loved so fully and deeply.”

She died Sept. 19 at the age of 102.

She was born Dolores DeFina in New York on May 27, 1909. During the 1930s she sang in...READ MORE

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Speaking the Truth in Love, Bring Back John Vianney, Fr. Barrons Catholicism, and much more! (3424)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

09/21/2011 Comment

Bring Back Saint John Vianney! Click on the link by Father Bevin Bramwell on why.

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The Guardian: Catholic Moms are Stupid, Vile, & Shouldn’t Get Hate Mail - Lisa Graas

Acceptable Prejudices: The Guardian & Catholic Bashing - George Conger, Get Religion

Are We Reaching Young Adults via New Media? - Steven Lawson, VirtuousPla.net

A Great Newspaper Op-Ed by a Priest on Same-Sex Attraction - Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Bring Back John Vianney! - Fr. Bevin Bramwell OMI, The Catholic Thing

Father Barron’s ‘Catholicism’ TV Series - George Weigel, The Catholic Difference

Teacher Strike Ends in Philly with Contract about Catholic Identity - Kevin...READ MORE

Filed under anti-catholicism, bigotry, catholicism, christophobia, courage, fr. robert barron, homosexuality, ideas, msgr. charles pope, new media

Pope’s Brother Discusses Holy Father’s Love for Liturgy, Learning and Simple Joys (5141)

Msgr. Georg Ratzinger offers candid interview in German newspaper.

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Pope Benedict XVI and his elder brother Msgr. Georg Ratzinger

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ROME — Pope Benedict XVI is “as normal as ever,” his elder brother, Msgr. Georg Ratzinger, has said in a candid interview published Sept. 18.

“I feel gradually age is catching up with him — walking appears more difficult, the voice has become somewhat quieter,” he added, but “mentally he shows no deterioration.”

During a long and rare conversation published in the Sept. 18 edition of the German newspaper Die Welt am Sonntag, Msgr. Ratzinger spoke openly and affectionately about the Holy Father, sharing what the two hold in common, how the Pope is coping with the papacy, and looking ahead to his younger brother’s four-day visit to his homeland this week. (A new book entitled My Brother...READ MORE

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Baby Lives After 61 Minutes as a Stillborn, The Church of Labor, About Galileo, and much more! (3356)

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09/20/2011 Comment

Born Stillborn, 61 Minutes Later He Came to Life through the Intercession of Fulton Sheen! Click on the link by Bonnie Engstrom to learn of this miracle.

West Needs to Re-Moralize or Continue Cultural Weakness & Decline - Jonathan Sacks, MercatorNet

Born Stillborn,  61 Minutes Later He Came to Life! - Bonnie Engstrom, VirtuousPla.net

The Church of Labor - Lew Daly, Democracy Journal

What WikiLeaks Documents on Vatican Revealed - Brian Fraga, Our Sunday Visitor

About Galileo, Churches and the Sun - Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, What Does The Prayer Really Say?

The Real Meaning of Noon, How Medieval Monks Influence Society - Fr. Ryan Erlenbush, New Theological Movement

Italian Mystic Who Predicted Fall of Mussolini Beatified - CNA/EWTN News

Why Aren’t Christians Bound by the Saturday Sabbath? - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

Some Ideas to...READ MORE

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Pope Benedict Encourages Germans to Reconnect With God (1658)

The Holy Father appeared on a TV program prior to his visit to his homeland.

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CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy (CNA)—Pope Benedict XVI gave a rare television address in which he urged Germans to restore God to their horizon, just before he travels to the country later this week.

“I am very happy to be departing for Germany in a few days time,” said the Pope on the German religious program Wort Zum Sontag (Word on Sunday). The brief address was recorded several days ago in his summer residence of Castel Gandolfo. Word on Sunday has been running on German television for more than 50 years; each week it features a priest or pastor with a sermon. Pope John Paul II appeared on the same program back in 1987.

“I think with particular joy of Berlin, where I will attend many...READ MORE

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New York Surprise: A Look at Bob Turner's Victory (2778)

Catholic Republican businessman wins congressional seat long held by Democrats.

09/20/2011 Comment

Congressman Robert Turner.

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NEW YORK — The election of a little-known Republican businessman to a congressional seat long held by Democrats underscores widespread voter discontent with the country’s current direction, say political commentators.

Bob Turner, the former cable television executive who won the Sept. 13 special election to fill the seat vacated by disgraced Congressman Anthony Weiner, ran his campaign as a referendum on President Obama’s policies and said voters’ frustrations with the administration were “at the bottom line” of his victory over New York Assemblyman David Weprin, the better-financed Democratic candidate.

“The present administration is being held responsible for a sagging economy, lack of...READ MORE

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Archbishop Gomez: Bring Christ's Light to the World (1887)

L.A. multicultural Mass encourages the faithful in New Evangelization.

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LOS ANGELES (EWTN News)—Archbishop Jose Gomez of Los Angeles urged local Catholics to respond to the late Pope John Paul II’s call to re-evangelize modern society during a multicultural Mass on Sept. 17.

In “this holy Mass, this celebration of all the cultures in the family of God, let us renew our promise: that this great Church of Los Angeles may always be a sign that God is near, that in his loving eyes we are all his children, and that no one is a stranger to any of us,” the archbishop said.

The annual Mass, held at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, was streamed live by the archdiocese in honor of the vast number of ethnicities in the local Church. The Mass is offered in 42...READ MORE

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Archbishop Dolan: Clergy Should Speak Out About Unemployment and Poverty (2351)

'We pray for those who need work. We lift up the poor and suffering. We ask God's guidance for our nation.'

09/20/2011 Comments (10)

WASHINGTON (EWTN News/CNA)—Bishops and other Catholic clergy should speak about unemployment and poverty in their homilies, U.S. bishops’ conference president Archbishop Timothy Dolan said Sept. 19.

“Widespread unemployment, underemployment and pervasive poverty are diminishing human lives, undermining human dignity, and hurting children and families,” Archbishop Dolan said. “I hope we can use our opportunities as pastors, teachers and leaders to focus public attention and priority on the scandal of so much poverty and so many without work in our society.”

The archbishop of New York said that 46 million people, 15% of the population, now live in poverty in the U.S. Recent unemployment...READ MORE

Filed under archbishop dolan, poverty, u.s. bishops, unemployment

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