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You Might Be Homeschooled If, Catholic Hairstyles, Bishop Paul Sirba, Catholic France, and more! (2879)

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Bishop Paul Sirba of the Diocese of Duluth, Minnesota.

Once in a Century: Remembering Blessed John Paul II - Archbishop Charles J. Chaput O.F.M. Cap., InsideCatholic

You Might Be Homeschooled If. . . - Mark P. Shea, Catholic and Enjoying It!

Why (and How) Catholics Pray to Saints - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

Catholic Hairstyles - LarryD, Acts of the Apostasy

American Papist Receives High Marks at the Vatican Blogmeet - Joshua Mercer, Catholic Vote

A May Poem From Fordham, 1904 A.D. - Pat McNamara, McNamara’s Blog

Going to the Vatican Blogmeet was Well Worth It! - A Reluctant Sinner

Minnesota: Bishop Paul Sirba Testifies for Defense of Marriage Amendment - Father John Zuhlsdorf, What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Bad Liturgical News,...READ MORE

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From Communism to Catholicism, Saints and Birth Orders, Modern Regime of Rights, and much more! (2593)

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05/03/2011 Comment

Blessed John Paul II.

Margaret Budenz: From Communism to Catholicism - Kevin Schmiesing, InsideCatholic

Saints and Their Birth Order (Surprising) - Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

Shouts of Gladness? Or Silence? (on Osama bin Ladin’s Death)? - Carl Olson, Ignatius Insight Scoop

Because Osama bin Ladin’s Compound is Near Saint Peter’s Church? - Frank Weathers, Why I Am Catholic

Blessed John Paul II Saved the Church from going the way of the Anglican Communion - Damian Thompson, Telegraph

Quaeritur: The Smoke of Satan - Father John Zuhlsdorf, What Does The Prayer Really Say?

On Three Degrading Influences and How to Overcome Them - Monsignor Charles Pope, Archdiocese of Washington

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John Paul II Radiated Christ's Love (3849)

Cardinal Bertone says his life was dedicated to the relationship between God and man.

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CNS photo/Paul Haring

PILGRIM POPE. Pilgrims venerate the casket of Blessed Pope John Paul II in front of the main altar in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican May 2. The Vatican said 250,000 people passed by to pay their respects following the pope's May 1 beatification.

– CNS photo/Paul Haring

VATICAN CITY — Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz and Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone paid fitting tribute Monday to Blessed Pope John Paul II, a man whose life radiated Christ’s love, at a Mass of thanksgiving in St. Peter’s Square.

The beloved Pope’s remains will now occupy a visible place in St. Peter’s Basilica, under the altar of St. Sebastian next to Michelangelo’s Pietà.

For the second day in a row, a jubilant crowd thronged St. Peter’s Square, waving the flags of Poland (most of them, of course), Spain, Lithuania, the United States, Portugal and others. They wanted one more chance to say “Thank you.”

Estimated at around 60,000, the pilgrims reacted enthusiastically when Cardinal Dziwisz, the...READ MORE

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The Royal Wedding (3982)

Truth proclaimed amid glitz and dysfunction.

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'I GIVE THEE MY TROTH'. Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton stand before the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, during their wedding ceremony in Westminster Abbey, in central London April 29.

– REUTERS/Andrew Milligan/Pool

LONDON — Diehard romantics, celebrity hounds and Anglophiles feasted on last week’s royal wedding, replete with a fairy-tale prince, Posh and David Beckham and enthralling British pageantry. The estimated worldwide television audience of 2 billion got just what they hoped for on April 29, along with an unexpected, and perhaps unsought, bonus: an unapologetic affirmation of the truth, beauty and transformative power of Christian marriage.

At Westminster Abbey, the gravitas of the nuptial sacrament, the fruits and ends of marriage intended by the Creator, and the sacrificial nature of genuine married love were on display, at times outshining the British Monarchy’s trove of Crown Jewels.


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Did Jesus See His Mother or Mary Magdalen First after His Resurrection, Catholic Gotham, and more! (4077)

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05/03/2011 Comments (2)

Jesus appears to His mother Mary after His Resurrection according to Sacred Tradition.

Did Jesus Appear First to His Mother After the Resurrection? - Reginaldus, The New Theological Movement

Chronicling Catholic Gotham: Thomas F. Meehan (1854-1942 A.D.) - Pat McNamara, McNamara’s Blog

The Roman Canon, Part VII (The Anamnesis) - Jake Tawney, Roma locuta est

More on Learning to Praise God. . . Part I of II - Father John Bartunek, Catholic Spiritual Direction

Hans Kung on the Beatification: Making Irony Redundant - Father John Zuhlsdorf, What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Pakistan Christians Fear Deadly Backlash in Wake of Osama bin Laden’s Death - Marianne Medlin, Catholic News Agency

Jesus, the Apostles and the Mormons - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

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JP2-Pope of Catholic Resurgence, Vatican Blogfest, Catholic Reaction to OBL's Death, and more! (2778)

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05/02/2011 Comment

God Makes Saints, Not The Church - Father Robert Barron, The Word on Fire Blog

Blessed John Paul II:  First Pope of the Catholic Resurgence - Donald R. McClarey, The American Catholic

Cor Ad Cor Loquitur - Robert Royal, The Catholic Thing

Live From the First Ever Meeting Between the Vatican and the World’s Bloggers - A Reluctant Sinner

Saint Athanasius: A Pillar of the Church, Model of Orthodoxy in both East and West - Carl Olson, Ignatius Insight Scoop

A Proper Catholic Response to the Death of a Murderer - Michael Denton, The American Catholic

. . .the Vatican statement on Osama bin Laden’s death here. . .

. . .Father John Zuhlsdorf comments here. . .

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‘Blessed Are You, John Paul, Because You Believed’ (2720)

As a million and a half pilgrims jam into Vatican City to witness the beatification of John Paul II, several cardinals predict that the canonization will follow quickly.

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CNS photo/Stefano Rellandini, Reuters

WATCHING OVER THE FLOCK. A tapestry featuring an image of Pope John Paul II hangs from the facade of St. Peter's Basilica during his Mass of beatification led by Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican May 1. The late Pope John Paul moved a step closer to sainthood during the joyous ceremony that drew 1.5 million people.

– CNS photo/Stefano Rellandini, Reuters

ST. PETER’S SQUARE — He is now Blessed Pope John Paul II.

Shortly after half past ten yesterday, Rome time, to the resounding cheers of hundreds of thousands of faithful and under sunny skies, Pope Benedict XVI read the formula of beatification, officially proclaiming John Paul Blessed with the words:

“We, acceding to the wish of our brother Agostino Cardinal Vallini, our Vicar General for the Diocese of Rome, of many other brothers in the Episcopate, and of many faithful, after having consulted with the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, by our apostolic authority we declare that the Venerable Servant of God John Paul II, Pope, shall henceforth be invoked as Blessed and that his...READ MORE

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Being Papist in the U.K., Infallibility, Victims of Communism Day, Nigerian Elections, and more! (3098)

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05/02/2011 Comments (3)

William Starke Rosecrans is the Catholic Civil War general who almost became Abraham Lincoln's vice-president and would have been in line to succeed him when he was assassinated.

On Being a Papist in the United Kingdon - Father Robert John Araujo S.J., Mirror of Justice

The Attack on the Family - Thomas Storck, The Distributist Review

Our Failed Establishment - R.R. Reno, First Things/First Thoughts

Apologetics Toolbox: Infallibility - Anthony S. Layne, Outside the Asylum

I’m Getting Tired Of Saying This. . . - Mac McLernon, Mulier Fortis

On Actually Being a Catholic - Father Simon Henry, Offerimus Tibi Domine

Victims of Communism Day - Donald R. McClarey, The American Catholic

500 (Mostly) Christians Killed When Muslims Lose Election in Nigeria - Lisa Graas

Great Photos: Divine Mercy Sunday - Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

The First Catholic President,...READ MORE

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