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Refreshingly Christ-Centered (2747)

Saturday Book Pick: Orbis, Maryknoll’s publishing house, showing signs of being more comfortable with the magisterium. A volume on world religions and another on Catholic social teaching provide evidence.

07/23/2011 Comment

Few might accuse Orbis Books of regularly publishing works clearly reflecting the magisterium’s teaching on world religions. Now, something may be changing.

One thing recent work, Catholic Engagement With World Religions: A Comprehensive Study, aspires to do just this. Engagement is a thoroughly engaging work on the “state of the question” of ecclesial reflection within the sphere of Catholic interreligious dialogue. This is examined in light of that restatement of Catholic teaching — by then-Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger — entitled Dominus Iesus (“The Lord Jesus.”)  Though this is the latest installment in the Orbis “Faith Meets Faith” series (which has offered works not only by such...READ MORE

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Pope Benedict’s Patristic Perspective, A Person's A Person No Matter How Small, and much mo (3138)

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07/22/2011 Comment

Pope Benedict’s Patristic Perspective - Father David Vincent Meconi S.J., Catholic World Report

For All the Charities: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital - Frank Weathers, Why I Am Catholic

A Person’s A Person, No Matter How Small - Andrew McCracken, Catholic Education Resource Center

Traditional Marriage Supporters Look to Repeal New York Homosexual ‘Marriage’ Law - Kathleen Gilbert, LifeSiteNews.com

United States Anglican Ordinariate This Fall! - Shane Schaetzel, Anglican Catholic

Reform of the Reform? - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

The “Unworthy” of Life Imperfect Ones - DeAnna Parker, ProLifeBlogs.com

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Prayers Offered for Oslo Attacks (2729)

Catholic faithful pray for the victims of an attack on government headquarters in Norway that killed at least seven people and injured another 15, as well as for at least 20 young people who were killed after a gunman opened fire at a youth camp on July 22.

07/22/2011 Comments (1)
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Government buildings in Oslo, Norway.

– Wikipedia

OSLO, Norway (CNA/EWTN News) — Catholics in Norway are shocked by what appears to be a terrorist attack on government headquarters in Oslo that killed at least seven people and injured another 15 on July 22.

“We are so used to being this quiet little nation where nothing like this happens,” said Father Paul Bratbak, the communications director for the Diocese of Oslo, in a July 22 interview with CNA.

“It’s just too much to take in at the moment.”

Following the explosion, a gunman opened fire at a youth camp connected to Norway’s ruling Labour Party, killing at least 20 youth, according to The Associated Press.

Responsibility for the explosion and subsequent shooting remains...READ MORE

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A Pope Who Thinks in Centuries, Adult Stem Cells Saves Cancer Patient, and much more! (1959)

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07/22/2011 Comment

A Pope Who Thinks in Centuries - Tracy Rowland, Catholic World Report

Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman - Ches, The Sensible Bond

Pope Addresses Rising Food Prices - Kenneth Spence, Acton Institute/PowerBlog

Adult Stem Cells Help Create New Windpipe, Save Cancer Patient - David Prentice Ph.D., LifeNews.com

Chinese Clerics Resist Pressure to Join in Illicit Ordinations- CatholicCulture.org

Ways Out of the Christian Ghetto - Joseph Weiler, Catholic Education Resource Center

Presidential Candidate Michelle Bachmann Vows Fight Against Porn, Abortion, Divorce, & Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ - Peter J. Smith, LifeSiteNews.com

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New Joliet Bishop Conlon Talks About Being Sent to Serve by Christ (3642)

Homily: 'The one sent must remain faithful to the sender.'

07/22/2011 Comments (1)
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Bishop R. Daniel Conlon of Joliet, Ill.

– Diocese of Joliet

JOLIET, Ill. (EWTN News) — During his installation Mass, Bishop R. Daniel Conlon of Joliet, Ill., stressed the need for bishops to be humble, courageous and conscious of their role as someone sent by God.

“I did not seek to be a bishop, nor am I worthy to be one,” he said in his homily. “This is all someone else’s idea. And, although God may use human instruments, in the end, it is his idea.”

“With Christ Jesus, the ultimate apostle, as the model, nothing central to our faith starts with us: not the Scriptures, not the sacraments, not the doctrines, not the moral principles. Nor can we treat God’s household as though it were our own,” he continued.

The bishop’s installation took place at...READ MORE

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SDG Reviews 'Captain America: The First Avenger' (7987)

Old-fashioned heroism highlights rousing action movie.

07/22/2011 Comments (20)
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– Marvel

Early in Captain America: The First Avenger, we find Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) in a darkened movie theater unhappily protesting the boorish, disruptive behavior of another patron. “Hey, you wanna show some respect?” he appeals, not too hopefully.

How can any film lover resist such a hero? How many ringtones will echo in theaters showing Captain America this weekend? How many flashing handheld screens will distract viewers while their neighbors text or tweet about the movie or about what they had for dinner? A hero who champions respect, civility and silence in movie theaters is surely a hero for our times, even if the year is 1943 and there are no mobile phones yet. Why don’t more of us...READ MORE

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A Fatherly Figure, Swiss Initiative to Defund Abortion Gains, Shrines to Guadalupe, and much more! (2396)

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07/22/2011 Comment

A Fatherly Figure - Robert Royal, Catholic World Report

For the Work of On-Going Personal Conversion (Part I) - Frank Weathers, Why I Am Catholic

Pope: Healthy Secularism in a Society is When Life & Family is Made Important - Giacomo Galeazzi, La Stampa/Vatican Insider

Swiss Initiative to Defund Abortion Gains 111,000 Signatures - Thaddeus Baklinski, LifeSiteNews.com

Los Angeles’s Shrines to the Virgen de Guadalupe - Esmeralda Bermudez, Los Angeles Times

Why So Many Atheists are on the CNN Belief Blog - Father Robert Barron, The Integrated Catholic Life™

The Great Scientology Implosion: Author Details Church on the Decline - Ruth Davis Konigsberg, Time Magazine

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Virtual Pilgrimage to World Youth Day Uses Facebook, Reform within Continuity, and much more! (1889)

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07/21/2011 Comment

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