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Father John Corapi Resigns From SOLT (40147)

In a July 5 press release, Father Gerard Sheehan, the priest’s superior, outlines multiple violations of Father Corapi’s holy orders and directs him to return to the community.

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Father John Corapi has submitted his resignation from the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity (SOLT), the Register has learned.

Father Gerard Sheehan, regional priest servant of SOLT, said in a press release dated July 5 that the popular priest and speaker has inspired countless thousands of Catholics, “many of whom continue to express their support of him.”

However, Father Sheehan added, “SOLT also recognizes that Father Corapi is now misleading these individuals through his false statements and characterizations. It is for these Catholics that SOLT, by means of this announcement, seeks to set the record straight.”

The press release follows in full:

Father John A. Corapi...READ MORE

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Bishops Speak Out Against Rhode Island Civil-Unions Bill (2248)

Bishop Thomas Tobin asks Catholics to pray for 'God's patience, mercy and forgiveness in these distressing times.'

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Providence, R.I. (EWTN News) — The U.S. Catholic bishops have expressed their disapproval with a civil-unions bill likely to be signed into law after passing Rhode Island’s state Senate on June 29.

“In no way can civil-union measures be considered a permissible compromise or a step in advancing the common good, said Bishop Salvatore Cordileone, chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Subcommittee for the Promotion and Defense of Marriage, in a July 1 statment. “Instead, they directly violate principles of justice and accelerate the push to redefine marriage itself.”

The bill, likely to be signed by Gov. Lincoln Chafee, would allow same-sex couples to enter into a “legal union” with “all the rights,...READ MORE

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Messages of Our Lady of Nations Proclaimed in Netherlands, JP2 Nearly Recognized Israel, and more! (3407)

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07/05/2011 Comment

Click on Father Zuhlsdorf link to learn what 10 Points About Prospective Priests should be aware of.

Former CIA Analyst Discusses the Messages of Our Lady of All Nations in Netherlands - L. Graas

10 Points About Prospective Priests - Father John Zuhlsdorf, WDTPRS?

Question Begging & Leading Questions - Stanley D. Williams Ph.D., Catholic Lane

R.I.P.: Archduke Otto von Habsburg (1912-2011 A. D.) - The Telegraph

. . .Lisa Graas: Statement of Card. Martino. . .

. . .Theodore Harvey of Royal World: A Tribute. . .

. . .The Mad Monarchist: A Beautiful Painting of Otto von Habsburg. . .

Coup de Culture: N.Y. Times Pushes Consensual Adultery - Wesley J. Smith, Scndhnd Smk

When JP2 Nearly Recognized Israel, The Untold Story - Lisa Palmieri-Billig, La Stampa

Stem Cells Cure for AIDS? -...READ MORE

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Anglicans on the Move (6335)

One of the first American parishes to respond to Pope’s offer will mark a special feast day this October.

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BLADENSBURG, Md. — “As we began to think about certain matters, our hearts began to melt, and we moved towards Rome,” said Father Mark Lewis, rector of a church that was formerly St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Bladensburg, Md.

St. Luke’s has made headlines as the first Episcopal church in the Washington, D.C., area and the second in the state of Maryland to avail itself of Pope Benedict XVI’s offer to Anglicans. That offer was outlined in Anglicanorum Coetibus, an apostolic constitution that makes it possible for groups of Anglican congregations to enter the Catholic Church

For the St. Luke community, that will happen on Oct. 9, when Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington will...READ MORE

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If Bible Scholars Studied U.S. History, Chesterton Defines and Defends Patriotism, and much more! (2338)

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07/04/2011 Comment

Georg Cardinal Sterzinsky passed away on June 30, 2011 A.D. He was the former archbishop of Berlin.

If Biblical Scholars Studied Early American History - Eric Sammons, The Divine Life

Chesterton Defines and Defends Patriotism - Carl Olson, Ignatius Insight Scoop

Father Aidan Nichols on the U.K. Anglican Ordinariate Liturgy - Pascal, Rorate Cæli

Monsignor Georg Ratzinger Also Marks 60th Anniversary - Gudrum Sailer, Zenit

Miracle Claimed Through Intercession of Venerable Pius XII - Father John Zuhlsdorf, What Does The Prayer Really Say?

John Julius Norwich Dredges Up the Same Old Slur about Venerable Pius XII - Francis Phillips, Catholic Herald

Cardinal Georg Sterzinsky, Long-Serving Berlin Archbishop, Dies at 75 - Associated Press

Mexico: Priest Killed in Drug War Crossfire - The...READ MORE

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God Bless America: Prayer for Government (3816)

Archbishop John Carroll's words are fitting for the 4th of July 220 years after he wrote them.

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Editor’s note: This editorial appears in the July 3 issue of the Register. The following text was composed by Archbishop John Carroll, the first bishop in the United States, in 1791 for the United States of America. We share it with you 220 years later on the eve of Independence Day 2011.

We pray, O almighty and eternal God, who through Jesus Christ has revealed thy glory to all nations, to preserve the works of your mercy, that your Church, being spread through the whole world, may continue with unchanging faith in the confession of your name.

We pray Thee, who alone are good and holy, to endow with heavenly knowledge, sincere zeal and sanctity of life, our chief bishop, the pope, the...READ MORE

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Pope Has 50,000 Twitter Followers, Cloistered for 84 Years, Catholics & America, and more! (2499)

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World's Longest Serving Nun, 103 Year Old Sister Teresita, 84 Years and Counting! She joined the Cistercian convent of Buenafuente de Sistal, in Guadalajara, Spain, as an 19-year-old on April 16, 1927 A.D.. Which, coincidentally, was the same day that Pope Benedict XVI was born.

Pope’s First Tweet Brings Vatican 50,000 Twitter Followers - Kevin J. Jones, Catholic News Agency

Altar Rail Returning to Use - Joseph Pronechen, The Daily Register

World’s Longest Serving Nun, 103 Year Old Sister Teresita, 84 Years and Counting! - Dylan Parry, A Reluctant Sinner

Catholics and America’s Founding - George J. Marlin, The Catholic Thing

America Independence Must Come to Maturity in Freedom from Sin & Self-Destruction - Father Samuel Medley S.O.L.T., The Medley Minute

Charles Carroll of Carrollton: Without Morals A Republic Cannot Subsist Any Length of Time - Donald R. McClarey

The Work of Unity and Perseverance - Jeffrey A. Tucker, The Chant Café

Lest We Forget What...READ MORE

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Stem Cells Cure for AIDS? (7796)

Success fighting the dreaded virus — and another that helps get a New York Yankee back in the lineup. So why no media attention?

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Kristin Martins-Taylor holds up a container with stem cells at the University of Connecticut`s (UConn) Stem Cell Institute at the UConn Health Center in 2010.

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NEW YORK — New medical cures and treatments continue to be credited to adult stem cell transplants, the most exciting in recent months being the news that an American treated with adult stem cells in Berlin three years ago for AIDS continues to be disease free.

As well, major league pitcher Bartolo Colon has joined the Yankee starting lineup after adult stem cell treatment repaired the arm injury that forced his retirement.

But the promising results have received spotty coverage in the mainstream media that seems to some critics calculated to downplay or dismiss them and prompting questions about why the U.S. lags behind Europe in adult stem cell research while encouraging embryonic stem...READ MORE

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