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U.S. Papal Nuncio Placed on Ventilator After Lung Surgery (3890)

Treatment warranted due to complications. The nunciature, along with Archbishop Pietro Sambi’s family, asked 'bishops, priests, religious and lay faithful' to offer 'sacrifices and prayers' for his recovery.

07/26/2011 Comments (1)
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WASHINGTON (CNA) — Archbishop Pietro Sambi, the Pope’s diplomatic representative to the U.S., has been placed on a ventilator following “delicate lung surgery” two weeks ago, the nunciature in Washington, D.C., announced July 22.

The nunciature cited “post-surgery complications” in the announcement, adding that the 73-year-old archbishop has been placed on assisted ventilation “to attempt recovery of his lung function.”

Don Clemmer, assistant director of media relations at the U.S. bishops’ conference, told CNA on July 25 that the nunciature’s statement is the only one being released on the archbishop’s condition at this time.

The nunciature, along with Archbishop Sambi’s family,...READ MORE

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Prayers for Archbishop Sambi (1217)

07/26/2011 Comment

The Apostolic Nunciature made the following announcement. It was posted on the website of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

“The Most Reverend Pietro Sambi, Apostolic Nuncio, underwent a delicate lung surgery two weeks ago. Unfortunately, there have been post-surgery complications. Currently he has been placed on assisted ventilation to attempt recovery of his lung function. The Apostolic Nunciature and the Nuncio’s family kindly ask that Bishops, priests, religious, and lay faithful offer sacrifices and prayers for the health of the Apostolic Nuncio.”

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How to Resist Temptation, Encyclical Coming Soon?, Wanted: Dating Catholic Male, and much more! (4947)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

07/26/2011 Comments (1)

Is a possible Encyclical on Faith coming soon? Click on Jane's link to find out!

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Vatican Cardinal: Benedict XVI Is the 'Pope of Hope' (2585)

Cardinal Antonio Canizares Llovera, prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, says the Holy Father shows young people where hope is found: in Christ.

07/25/2011 Comment
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LIMA, Peru (EWTN News) — The prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, Cardinal Antonio Canizares Llovera, is encouraging young people to see Benedict XVI as the “Pope of hope.”

“Young people from all over the world, and especially from Spain, need a great message of hope, which is what they will find in their encounters with Pope Benedict,” the cardinal said in an interview with EWTN News.

He added that by administering the sacrament of reconciliation to young people at Madrid’s Central Park on Aug. 20, Pope Benedict XVI wants to emphasize that the sacrament is “essential and that renewal can only come if we let God renew us.”

“Where God...READ MORE

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Natural Family Planning and the Telos of Sex, Suffering and Hope, and much more! (1560)

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Graphic Catechesis (4337)

Manga Hero’s comic featuring the Pope will be distributed at World Youth Day.

07/25/2011 Comments (4)
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SAN RAFAEL, Calif. — A comic book entitled Habemus Papam!, chronicling the life of Pope Benedict XVI, will be distributed during the World Youth Day gathering in Madrid, Spain, Aug. 16-21.

Manga Hero, based in San Rafael, Calif., is behind the content. Jonathan Lin created the exclusively, and unapologetically, Catholic comic book-publishing company in 2010. He uses an Asian twist on the more traditional superhero comic books with which Americans are familiar.

His decision to get involved with World Youth Day 2011 is an example of divine Providence at work.

“I have a friend who knew someone who worked at the World Youth Day headquarters, who then told me where to submit a proposal to...READ MORE

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Cardinal Burke: 'Human Life Is a Gift to Be Accorded the Highest Respect and Care' (3008)

St. Gianna Physicians’ Guild conference focused on end-of-life care. Also speaking at the event: Dr. Gianna Emanuela Molla, who discussed the spirituality, life and legacy of her mother, St. Gianna Beretta Molla.

07/25/2011 Comments (1)
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Kansas City, Kan. (EWTN News/CNA) — At a Kansas City conference on end-of-life care, Cardinal Raymond Burke said that suffering does not cause a person to have less meaning in his life, nor does it give the government the right to decide if that person should live or die.

“No matter how much a life is diminished, no matter what suffering the person is undergoing, that life demands the greatest respect and care,” Cardinal Burke, prefect of the Apostolic Signatura, the Vatican’s highest court, told EWTN News.

“It’s never right to snuff out a life because it’s in some way under heavy burden.”

Cardinal Burke spoke July 23 to a packed auditorium of more than 350 people at the Archdiocese of...READ MORE

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Pope Talks About Good vs. Evil and Prays for Norway Massacre Victims (2340)

Holy Father: 'In reality, the true quality of our own life and that of society depends on a person’s rightly formed conscience, and on everyone’s capacity to recognize good, separating it from evil, and to try and bring it about patiently to contribute to the cause of justice and peace.'

07/25/2011 Comments (1)
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CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy (EWTN News/CNA) — Pope Benedict XVI issued a “heartfelt” plea to all on July 24, following the terrorist attacks in Norway. He called on everyone to “abandon forever the path of hatred and escape from the logic of evil,” as he offered his prayers for the victims and their families.

The Pope said that the news of the bombing in downtown Oslo and the subsequent shooting at a youth camp caused him deep sorrow and left him grief-stricken.

The July 22 attacks began when Anders Behring Breivik — by his own admission — detonated a car bomb at the government headquarters in downtown Oslo. That attack took the lives of seven people and injured many more.

Hours later,...READ MORE

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