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Pope's 60 Years as Priest, Spiritual Heirloom, In Praise of the Cassock, and much more! (2318)

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08/19/2011 Comment

Receiving our Spiritual Matrimony. Click on Elizabeth Hillgrove's link to learn more about grandparents setting excellent examples of living virtuous Christian lives.

– God

60 Years a Priest, On the Anniversary of the Pope’s Ordination - Fr. James V. Schall SJ, Ignatius Insight

Spiritual Heirloom - Elizabeth Hillgrove, VirtuousPla.net

In Praise of the Cassock from an Unexpected Source - Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, WDTPRS?

Cross & Eagle Catholic Blogging Award for Longest Post Title - The American Catholic

Zeba, the “Princess” Who Ran Away for Love - Mauro Pianti, La Stampa/Vatican Insider

Receiving Gifts, a 1626 Missale Romanum & Galileo - Dr. Stacy Trasancos, Accepting Abundance

The Marriage Gap that’s Destroying Middle America - Carolyn Moynihan, MercatorNet

The Last Gasp of the Revolution that Failed - Mark P. Shea, Catholic and Enjoying It!

Deception for...READ MORE

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Former Anglican Priests: What About the Families? (6423)

With many married clergymen coming into the Church, logistical problems arise.

08/19/2011 Comments (14)
Courtesy of the Hellyer family

PRIEST AND FAMILY. Father Ian Hellyer with his wife, Margaret, and growing family, prior to his ordination.

– Courtesy of the Hellyer family

When Father Ian Hellyer, a Catholic priest in England, figures his personal budget, he faces concerns that are unusual for a Catholic priest: He must consider the needs of his wife, Margaret, and their nine children.

A former Anglican clergyman, Father Hellyer was ordained in June into a Church that by and large has not had to provide for men with families. He is a priest of the personal ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, a newly erected diocese for former Anglicans. It was created under the provisions of Pope Benedict XVI’s Anglicanorum Coetibus, which made it possible for former Anglicans to come into the Catholic Church in groups.

A similar ordinariate is expected to be up and...READ MORE

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Day 4 in Madrid: The Pope Has Arrived! (2820)

Our Register staffer's adventures continue amongst different cultures but one faith.

08/18/2011 Comments (5)
EWTN Facebook

The Pope addresses youth in Madrid at welcoming ceremony on Aug. 18

– EWTN Facebook

Trust in divine Providence. I say that because today was a perfect example of the Holy Spirit guiding our day. Let me explain.

Our day began with a few delays and a little rain storm. Not a big deal, but when we made it to the English center at Palancio de los Deportes, it was packed to capacity for the English Mass. We were stuck outside, unable to get in and attend Mass. That was a huge disappointment for our group, but as things would go, EWTN was filming little groups outside of the doors. To the delight of the teens in our groups, EWTN filmed them doing their different chants — all thanks to Life on the Rock’s awesome producer! (Thanks Jill!)

When we were unable to get in there, we...READ MORE

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Theology of the 7th Commandment, The Truth Is, Reading Obscure Documents, and much more! (2862)

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08/18/2011 Comment

Excerpts from Thomas Aquinas' Childhood Journal. Read little St. Tommy's exploits by clicking on Mark Shea's link.

The Church has a Deep Theology about the Seventh Commandment - Carl Olson, Ignatius Insight Scoop

The Truth Is - Steven Lawson, VirtuousPla.net

On the Reading of Obscure Documents - John M. DeJak, The Distributist Review

The 2011 Cross & Eagle Catholic Blogging Awards - The American Catholic

. . . Cross & Eagle Award for Best Author Pseudonym . . .

. . . Cross & Eagle for Most Beautiful Blog . . .

The Liturgy of St. James on the Eucharist - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

Excerpts from Thomas Aquinas’ Childhood Journal - Mark P. Shea, Catholic & Enjoying It!

Mexico: The Farewell of the Ranchero Cardinal - Andrés Beltramo Álvarez, La Stampa/Vatican Insider

Santorum Momentum...READ MORE

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Mercy at World Youth Day (8719)

Media coverage of abortion and reconciliation at WYD is like salt on open wounds. It shouldn’t be!

08/18/2011 Comments (12)

– Getty Images

Hey, gals, there’s a one-time-only “special” on forgiveness in Madrid this week! Had an abortion? No problem, as they say in Spain. The Pope in Rome has waived your culpability — just this once!!

That is how way too many news stories about World Youth Day read. “Pope dangles ‘fruits of divine grace’ to excommunicated Catholics who admit, during Madrid event, to terminations,” the Guardian tells us.

And then, there are the commentaries in response: full of anger and confusion, only adding to the pain people affected by abortion already know. On Slate’s “XX Factor” blog, where you go to find out “What Women Really Think,” Amanda Marcotte writes: “Oh boy, the Vatican, no doubt patting...READ MORE

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Cardinal George and Archbishop Chaput Encourage WYD Youth in Their Friendship With God (3051)

In catechesis and Eucharistic adoration events, the bishops shared how important faith should be in young people's lives.

08/18/2011 Comments (1)
EWTN News website

Archbishop Charles Chaput addresses youth at WYD in Madrid.

– EWTN News website

MADRID (EWTN News/CNA) — Archbishop-designate of Philadelphia Charles Chaput told thousands of young people gathered in Madrid for World Youth Day that an authentic relationship with Christ isn’t based purely on emotions.

“Ultimately, it will not be how you feel that will determine how genuine and profound your encounter with Jesus is,” he told pilgrims.

“Instead, it will be determined by how much you are transformed into him and how much you burn in the desire to bring him to others, by announcing the Gospel, by serving the poor and the needy, by defending the unborn, by securing a culture that is not hostile to the growth of Christian families,” he said.

Archbishop Chaput made his...READ MORE

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The Early Church Fathers and Liturgy, Boticelli's Madonna, Juridical Key to the TLM, and more! (3587)

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08/18/2011 Comment

In Praise of Unattainable Women: Botticelli’s Madonna. Click on Matthew Alderman's link for a better appreciation.

Listening to the Early Church Fathers & the Liturgy - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

In Praise of Unattainable Women: Botticelli’s Madonna - Matthew Alderman, Dappled Things

The Juridical Key to the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite - Dr. Jeff Mirus, CatholicCulture.org

The Catholic’s Guide to Local Pilgrimages - Allison Terrell, VirtuousPla.net

Selfish Reasons to Have More Kids - Francis Philllips, MercatorNet

Rare Video: Election of Pope John XXIII in 1958 A.D. - Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

The Old Postmodern Trollop - Joseph Bottum, Catholic Vote

Take the U.S. Presidential Poll for Catholics - The American Catholic

The Seal of Confession & the Virtue of Religion - Fr....READ MORE

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Sedevacantist Sisters Reunite With Church (17804)

Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Church describe their long journey back to recognizing the Pope.

08/18/2011 Comments (50)

– Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Church

SPOKANE, Wash. — Sister Mary Eucharista, 51, a member of the Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Church, has vivid memories of the day Pope Benedict XVI was announced to the world in 2005.

As the media broadcast images of Pope Benedict to the world, including to her community’s home in Spokane, she was excited and moved to tears. She thought I can’t believe it; he’s the Pope.

While the enthusiasm for the Holy Father might seem commonplace for a religious, it wasn’t for the nuns in Sister Mary Eucharista’s community. At the time, she was a member of the Religious Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen (Congregatio Mariae Reginae Immaculatae), a 50-member group of nuns that does not accept the...READ MORE

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