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Are All Sins Equally Bad?, Liturgical Diversity in the 3rd Millenium, and much more! (1596)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

05/23/2012 Comment

Are All Sins Equally Bad? Are All Saints Equally Good? Click on the link by Joe Heschmeyer to read more.

Are All Sins Equally Bad? Are All Saints Equally Good? - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

Liturgical Diversity in the 3rd Millennium - Charles G. Mills, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

Mass in the Vernacular; It Should Be Translated Well - Sandro Magister, www.chiesa

Four Things Boys Learn From Their Fathers - The Pulpit

To Deny Indulgences Is to Deny the Merit of Jesus Christ (and Grace) - Saint Peter's List

The Traditional Mass is Not a Spectator Sport - Steve Skojec, Crisis Magazine

10 Questions Your 7-Year-Old Catholic Should be Able to Answer - Dr. Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

Book Review: Michael Coren's Heresy - Fr. Z's Blog

"The Judas Crisis" - Holy Souls...READ MORE

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Are Gifts of Holy Spirit Necessary for Salvation?, Rule of Three in Battle Against Sin, and more! (1629)

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05/23/2012 Comment

Are the Gifts of the Holy Spirit Necessary for Salvation? Click on the link by Fr. Ryan Erlenbush to read more.

Are the Gifts of the Holy Spirit Necessary for Salvation? - Fr. Ryan Erlenbush, New Theological Movement

The Rule of Three in the Battle against Sin - Dan Burke, Catholic Spiritual Direction

Dead Sea Scroll Fragment of Nehemiah Found in Holy Land - Thom. L. McDonald, God and the Machine

Spiritual History 101: The Periods through Hebraism - Dr. Peter Kreeft, Integrated Catholic Life™

The History of Why Black Folk ain't Catholic - The Pulpit

Evelyn Waugh and Cardinal Heenan - Joseph Pearce, StAR/Ink Desk

What Defines a Manly Man? - Jared Dale Combista, Ignitum Today

Subdiaconal Ordination at the Russicum - Gregory DiPippo, New Liturgical Movement

Breakthrough: EWTN Televises...READ MORE

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Arizona Passes Exemption for Religious Employers (4667)

The law, signed by Gov. Jan Brewer, seeks to better protect religious liberty if federal 'contraceptive mandate' is struck down.

05/23/2012 Comments (7)

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer

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PHOENIX — Arizona state Rep. Debbie Lesko, R-Glendale, said she did not anticipate the backlash she received for sponsoring a bill to exempt religiously affiliated employers from providing contraceptives in their employees’ health-care plans.

Lesko, the majority whip in the Arizona House of Representatives, said her home number was posted on the Internet. She received hundreds of emails personally attacking her and accusing her of launching a war on women. For more than a week, her office phone rang off the hook with vitriolic messages.

“Some of it was so vile, so disgusting, that my assistant didn’t want to deal with it,” said Lesko, who represents District 9 at the Arizona...READ MORE

Filed under abortion, arizona, arizona immigration law, bishop gerald kicanas, bishop thomas olmsted, bishops, contraception, hhs contraceptive mandate, jan brewer, planned parenthood

Five Keys for Integrating your Faith and your Life, Finding St. Joseph, NFP Goes Hi-Tech, and more! (362)

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05/22/2012 Comment

Five Keys for Integrating your Faith & your Life. Click on the link by Deacon Mike Bickerstaff to read more.

Five Keys for Integrating your Faith & your Life - Deacon Mike Bickerstaff, Integrated Catholic Life™

Finding St. Joseph - Sandra Miesel, Crisis Magazine

New Software Offers High Tech Version of NFP - Christine Dhanagom, LifeSiteNews

Militant Gay Lobby Attacks Pro-Marriage Advocates - The Pulpit

Catholic Organizations File Religious Liberty Lawsuits against US Govt - Fr. Z's Blog

Your Move, Obama - Marc Barnes, Bad Catholic

Learning from a Saint Who Learned From an Ass - Brandon Vogt, The Thin Veil

What the Pill Is Doing to Our Water Supply - Rebecca Oas PhD, Catholic Lane

What Pro-Choice Christians Must Believe - Matthew Archbold, Creative Minority Report

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Remembering Father Norman Weslin, Pro-Life Activist (8062)

The former Army officer, married man and widower-priest was fearless defender of the unborn.

05/22/2012 Comments (16)
Lambs of Christ

Father Norman Weslin

– Lambs of Christ

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — On May 16, the pro-life cause lost a longtime activist: Father Norman Weslin died at the age of 81 at the Cherry Hill Haven retirement home in Traverse City.

Father Weslin gained national attention in 2009, when he was arrested on the campus of the University of Notre Dame for carrying a cross and praying to protest the university giving commencement honors to pro-abortion President Barack Obama.

Father Weslin was one of the group of 88 peaceful protestors arrested on campus. The group came to be was known as the “ND88.”

When he was literally carried away, Father Weslin was singing the hymn Immaculate Mary, and asked police, “Why would you arrest a Catholic...READ MORE

Filed under abortion, barack obama, father norman weslin, operation rescue, planned parenthood, priests, university of notre dame

Pontifical Academy for Life Examines Recent Mistakes (10267)

In an effort to promote constructive dialogue, there have been major missteps along the way.

05/22/2012 Comment

Bishop Ignacio Carrasco de Paula, president of the Pontifical Academy for Life


VATICAN CITY — Lessons have been learned from some serious mistakes surrounding the organization of two Pontifical Academy for Life conferences — errors that should be seen as an “opportunity to examine and reaffirm the identity” of the Vatican institution, according to its coordinating secretary.

Msgr. Scott Borgman told the Register May 12 that the academy had “learned many things these past few weeks” after members of the institution publicly criticized the way its officials had dealt with recent conferences and its management methods in general. He said the pontifical academy “will work hard” to apply those lessons “concretely to the future meetings.”

Recent internal and highly...READ MORE

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New Study Rejects Claim That Where Abortion Is Illegal, Maternal Mortality Is High (3225)

Chile, where abortion is against the law, has the second-lowest rate in North and South America.

05/22/2012 Comments (1)

SANTIAGO, Chile — Women die in greater numbers when they have to resort to illegal abortions. So, to save lives, it’s imperative to decriminalize abortion in countries around the world.

That’s been the argument of international pro-abortion groups for years.

But there’s one problem: the numbers behind their claim turn out to be gross exaggerations.

So says an American-Chilean research team using statistics from Chile covering the years 1957-2007. They claim the numbers are far more reliable than those touted by pro-abortion activists and refute their argument and the less-than-reliable research it is based on.

The new study shows a steady decline in maternal mortality from...READ MORE

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Priest Class of 2012 Is Younger, Prayerful and Catholic-Educated (2601)

New survey sheds light on America's new clergy.

05/22/2012 Comments (3)

The 2012 priesthood ordination class continues a six-year trend towards younger priests, according to a survey that indicates new priests come from larger families and are more likely to have attended Catholic schools and colleges.

Two-thirds of the men in this year’s ordination class are between the ages of 25 and 34. The men to be ordained, called “ordinands,” have an average age of 34.6 and a median age of 31.

Most ordinands have been Catholic since birth, though 6% are converts. Eighty-four percent had two Catholic parents, while 37% had a relative who is a priest or a religious. Nearly 70% of ordinands said they regularly prayed the Rosary, and 65% participated in Eucharistic...READ MORE

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