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Best in the West: Thomas Aquinas College, Family-Centered Economy, Faith at Work, and much more! (2920)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

08/04/2011 Comment

Thomas Aquinas College Earns Princeton Review’s Best Academic Rating. Click on the Cardinal Newman Society's Campus Notes blog to learn more about this deeply orthodox Catholic college.

Thomas Aquinas College Earns Princeton Review’s Best Academic Rating - Cardinal Newman Society/Campus Notes

. . . Cal Catholic Daily: Princeton Review’s “Best of the West”: Thomas Aquinas College . . .

The Family-Centered Economy - Allan Carlson, MercatorNet

Is Facebook Pro-Life? “I’m Expecting” Status Added For Parents - Thomas Peters, Catholic Vote/American Papist

Witnessing your Faith at Work - Eric Sammons, Our Sunday Visitor

Evangelical Convert: Richard Maffeo - Why I’m Catholic

The First—and Last—‘European’? - George Weigel, First Things/On the Square

The Finding of St. Stephen’s Relics - Catholic Lane

Pope Recommends Summer Reading for Faithful - News.va/Vatican Radio


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Cardinal Burke: Faith Is Needed in the Public Square (2922)

At Knights of Columbus' convention, head of the Vatican's highest court said 'religious faith and practice is important for the life of every nation, specifically for the right formation of the conscience of her citizens.'

08/03/2011 Comments (2)
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DENVER (EWTN News/CNA) — Cardinal Raymond Burke, head of the Vatican’s highest court, said on Aug. 2 that without religion in society political leaders run the risk of violating the fundamental human rights of citizens.

“All nations should guarantee the free exercise of religion, which aims to protect the teaching and practice of religious faith for the sake of the common good,” said Cardinal Burke, prefect of the Apostolic Signatura, the Vatican’s highest court.

“When reason is not purified by faith in the political realm,” he warned, “the powerful and influential of the time exercise a tyranny which violates the fundamental rights of the very people whom political leaders are called to...READ MORE

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Knights of Columbus to Take Over JPII Center in Washington (7331)

Carl Anderson’s announcement at the annual convention sparks hope for the Catholic site’s future.

08/03/2011 Comments (10)
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WASHINGTON — The Knights of Columbus will acquire the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center in Washington, D.C., providing a course correction for an institution that has struggled to stabilize its finances and become a destination for tourists in the nation’s capital.

Carl Anderson, Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus, presiding over the opening of the Catholic men’s fraternal organization’s annual convention in Denver, Aug. 2, announced the acquisition and his plans to transform the center into a shrine for Blessed John Paul II and a Catholic heritage museum.

“True to Pope John Paul II’s vision, and using the story of his life as an inspiration, the shrine will be an opportunity to...READ MORE

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Will Red China Buy Our Silence, Is Confession Spiritual Direction, I Swear by Apollo, and much more! (2600)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

08/03/2011 Comment

Cardinal DiNardo criticizes contraceptive mandate, calls exemption too narrow. Click on Nancy Frazier O'Brien's link to learn more.

Cardinal DiNardo Chides Anti-Life Mandate, Exemption Too Narrow - Nancy Frazier O’Brien, Catholic News Service

Will China Buy Our Silence About Persecution of Catholics - Bishop Robert W. Finn, The Catholic Key Blog

Is Confession a Time for Spiritual Direction? - Father Ryan Erlenbush, New Theological Movement

Confession Time - Mundabor’s Blog

I Swear by Apollo, the Healer - Michael Cook, MercatorNet

New York Times Hails Priestesses For 2nd Week In a Row; HuffPo Fumbles - Dave Pierre, TheMediaReport.com

New York Times and Catholics: Call to Journalistic Action - Terry Mattingly, Get Religion

A ‘Conscience Clause’ is Not Enough - Phil Lawler, CatholicCulture.org/On the News

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Bible Tops Pope's Vacation Book List (2460)

Benedict XVI advises: 'This seems to be a good thing to do on the holidays — take a book of the Bible — so you have some relaxation and, at the same time, enter into the great expanse of the word of God and deepen your contact with the Eternal.'

08/03/2011 Comment

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CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy (EWTN News/CNA) — Pope Benedict XVI has urged Catholics to read the Bible while on vacation, particularly the lesser known books of sacred Scripture.

“This seems to be a good thing to do on the holidays — take a book of the Bible — so you have some relaxation and, at the same time, enter into the great expanse of the word of God and deepen your contact with the Eternal,” said the Pope in his Aug. 3 general audience address at his holiday residence 15 miles south of Rome. 

Pope Benedict noted how “each of us needs time and space for meditation, reflection and calm,” adding, “Thank God it’s so!”

He said this tells us that “we are not made only for work, but also...READ MORE

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Defamation Lawsuit Against Susan B. Anthony List Continues (2499)

Former Ohio Democratic Rep. Steve Driehaus takes issue with advertisements about his voting record.

08/03/2011 Comment

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DENVER (CNA) — Former Ohio Democratic Rep. Steve Driehaus’ lawsuit against the Susan B. Anthony List will go forward, after a judge held on Aug. 1 that a statement about his alleged vote “for taxpayer-funded abortion” was not protected speech.

Susan B. Anthony List’s executive director, Emily Buchanan, said U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Black mistakenly applied “a narrow reading” of the 2010 Affordable Care Act in reaching his conclusion. “The judge’s position in this case ignores the entire policy debate that took place during health-care reform,” Buchanan told CNA on Aug. 2.

“From the very beginning,” she recalled, “the Susan B. Anthony List has said that without the original...READ MORE

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Presidential Hopefuls: Mitt Romney (5407)

Is the former Massachusetts governor too much of a flip-flopper for pro-lifers to trust? Mary Ann Glendon doesn’t think so.

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Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney appears at a town hall meeting on June 4, 2010, in Mesa, Arizona.

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WASHINGTON — Although Mitt Romney will run as a pro-life candidate if he gets the Republican nod for 2012, the former Massachusetts governor’s record leaves many pro-lifers uneasy.

Some felt he showed his true colors recently when he refused to sign the Susan B. Anthony List’s “Pro-Life Leadership Pledge.” Michele Bachmann, Newt Gingrich, Thaddeus McCotter, Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty and Rick Santorum all signed it.

The pledge calls on candidates to nominate to the U.S. federal bench judges who are “committed to restraint and applying the original meaning of the Constitution, not legislating from the bench”; to select “only pro-life appointees for relevant cabinet and executive branch...READ MORE

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Planned Parenthood Defunding Effort Blocked in Kansas (1678)

Judge says legislation punished the organization because it advocates for abortion rights.

08/03/2011 Comments (2)

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. (EWTN News) — A federal judge has temporarily blocked the Kansas state government from stripping federal family-planning funds from Planned Parenthood on the grounds that the action imposed new rules on a federal program and it punished the organization because it advocated for abortion rights.

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt reacted critically to the ruling.

“It appears that the court declared a duly enacted Kansas statute unconstitutional without engaging in the fact-finding one would expect before reaching such a conclusion,” he said.

Schmidt said he would appeal to the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, the Kansas City Star reported.


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