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Oy Vey The Catechism in Hebrew, The Minimum Wage and Catholic Social Teaching, SOPA, and much more! (2339)

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01/20/2012 Comment

Oy Vey! The Cathechism in Hebrew! Click on the link by Fr. Joe to read more.

Oy Vey! The Catechism in Hebrew! - Fr. Joe, Southern Fried Catholicism

The Minimum Wage and Catholic Social Teaching - Fr. Robert Johansen, Crisis Magazine

On Same-Sex “Marriage”, Who are the Real ‘Extremists’? - Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture

Fishing for Fishermen (Mark 1:14-20) - Fr. John Bartunek, Catholic Spiritual Direction

The Top 50 Countries of Christian Persecution - Archbishop Cranmer

SOPA and Sacred Music - Jeffrey A. Tucker, The Chant Café

Paving the Road to an Authoritarian Government - Anthony S. Layne, Outside the Asylum

Christianity & the Space Program - Lewis M. Andrews, New Oxford Review

Slicing Salvation In Half - Brandon Vogt, The Thin Veil

Should We Give Girl...READ MORE

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Steve Mosher: A Vision of 'Hell' Brought Him to the Church (14232)

His story reveals why the New Evangelization draws its strength from the Church’s pro-life witness.

01/20/2012 Comments (28)

FRONT ROYAL, Va. — Steve Mosher was a rising Stanford University social researcher, schooled in the academy’s received wisdom on matters like abortion and the “right to choose,” when he was suddenly thrown off course.

It was 1980, and he was the first U.S. social scientist to receive permission to study the impact of political changes in a remote Chinese village. The Communist Party’s one-child policy was in full force, and Mosher followed village women in their third trimester of pregnancy to the local facility where forced abortions were performed.

“They were crying, begging for mercy and praying for their dying children. It’s one thing to think about abortion in the abstract, but when...READ MORE

Filed under abortion, catholic church, china, converts, father paul marx, human life international, new evangelization, one-child policy, population controle, population research institute

What is Moral Conscience, To Teach and Delight, Effects of Original Sin, Faith at Work, and more! (7727)

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01/20/2012 Comment

What is Moral Conscience? Click on the link by Fr. Thomas V. Berg PhD to learn more.

What is Moral Conscience? - Fr. Thomas V. Berg PhD, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

To Teach and Delight - Mark Signorelli, Public Discourse

Original Sin Effects: Darkening of Intellect, Weakening of Will. . . - Donald DeMarco, The Catholic Thing

Faith at Work - Dan Burke, Catholic Spiritual Direction

Vatican Archivists Discover Unfinished Papal Encyclical - LarryD, The American Catholic

5 Reasons Why You Should Wake Up Early - Brandon Vogt, The Thin Veil

Has Europe Lost its Soul? - Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, MercatorNet

Did You Know? St. Sebastian Wasn’t Killed by Arrows - Fr. Ryan Erlenbush, New Theological Movement

Confessions of a Recovering Lesbian - Catholic Sistas

The Three Deadliest...READ MORE

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Catholic Quarterback Philip Rivers Passes On the Faith (36255)

San Diego Chargers' star talks faith, family and football: 'Once I've received the Eucharist, then I'm prepared to go out and play.'

01/20/2012 Comments (16)

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Coming off a disappointing 2011 NFL campaign, San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is wasting no time to prepare for next season.

The Chargers won four of their first five games last season, but finished with an 8-8 record. The team missed the playoffs, and Tim Tebow’s Denver Broncos went instead.

Less dedicated players would take time off, but not Rivers. Dedication is something his father Steve, a high-school coach, passed along to him, and it has been a driving force in his football career.

At North Carolina State University, Rivers broke every school passing record, finishing his collegiate career with 13,484 passing yards, the second-highest total ever for a Division 1-A...READ MORE

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Kateri's Upcoming Canonization Generates Excitement (6973)

Native American community has strong devotion to saintly Lily of the Mohawks.

01/20/2012 Comments (1)

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WASHINGTON (EWTN News/CNA)—The recent announcement that Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha has been approved for sainthood is generating great excitement among the Native American community.

“There’s an awful lot of interest,” said Msgr. Paul Lenz, the vice postulator of Blessed Kateri’s cause for sainthood.

Msgr. Lenz told EWTN News on Jan. 19 that he has seen an “unbelievable response” to the news of the canonization, with reactions pouring in from all over the United States and Canada.

Msgr. Lenz, who previously worked in the Black and Indian Mission Office in Washington, D.C., said that Native Americans are extremely excited about having a saint come from within their own community.

Although...READ MORE

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Bishop Conley: Catholics, Share Your Pro-Life Convictions (1965)

'To be serious Christians, we need to be honest. And honesty means telling the truth, in love, about abortion.'

01/19/2012 Comments (5)

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DENVER (CNA)—Catholics must share their pro-life convictions and be serious about helping those who are considering abortion, Bishop James Conley of Denver said ahead of the 39th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.

“Each of us is called to witness to the dignity of all human life. As uncomfortable as it might be, we are called to share our pro-life convictions with our neighbors, friends and families,” Bishop Conley said in his Jan. 18 Denver Catholic Register column.

“We need not be combative or polemical — but to be serious Christians, we need to be honest. And honesty means telling the truth, in love, about abortion.”

“Make no mistake about it,” he wrote. “Abortion is the killing of tiny...READ MORE

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Pope Benedict Discusses 'Grave Threats' to Religious Liberty With U.S. Bishops (6616)

Holy Father says young American Catholics' convictions should encourage all 'to renew our efforts to mobilize the intellectual and moral resources of the entire Catholic community in the service of the evangelization of American culture and the building of the civilization of love.'

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VATICAN CITY (EWTN News/CNA)—Pope Benedict XVI warned today of a “grave threat” to religious liberty in the United States that requires American Catholics to respond with intelligence and courage.

“It is imperative that the entire Catholic community in the United States comes to realize the grave threats to the Church’s public moral witness presented by a radical secularism which finds increasing expression in the political and cultural spheres,” he said Jan. 19 in an address to a group of American bishops visiting the Vatican.

The Pope said he was particularly concerned with “certain attempts being made to limit that most cherished of American freedoms, the freedom of religion.”


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What a Calligrapher Priest Taught Steve Jobs (19035)

The Art of Beautiful Writing and Technology

01/19/2012 Comments (13)

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Perhaps of all the many stories reported in the media after Steve Jobs’ death, his calligraphy studies with a former Trappist monk stirred my Catholic curiosity most. He credits this experience with formulating his taste for beautiful typography, which he later applied to Apple computers. To think of a technology wizard praising calligraphy at first seems unusual, but Jobs was anything but typical. After all, his company’s mantra was “Think different.”

As a young adult, he pursued a non-conformist route, exploring many interests before settling on electronics. When he dropped out of college, he enrolled in calligraphy classes. During this time he says it was the freedom to explore and...READ MORE

Filed under apple, calligraphy, catholic church, monks, priests, steve jobs, technology, writing

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