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The largest Catholic website in the world Besides hosting the Summa Theologica and the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia, this site offers a Catholic FAQ, selected writings by the Fathers of the Church, and official Church documents, mostly papal, from approximately the last 250 years.



On papal flight, Francis says intercommunion policy should be decided by diocesan bishops...  

Pope Francis said Thursday that the German bishops' debate on the reception of the Eucharist by the non-Catholic spouses of Catholics, also referred to as intercommunion, should be decided by diocesan bishops, rather than bishops' conferences. Speaking aboard the papal flight from Geneva to Rome June 21, the pope told journalists that the Code of Canon Law leaves decisions about the criteria for intercommunion to diocesan bishops...

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2018-06-22 02:23:43



How did Cardinal McCarrick's secret last so long?  

At least fifteen years ago, I wrote a confidential email message to a few trusted friends, telling them to brace themselves. Within a few days, I said, a major secular newspaper would break a sensational story about Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. To my surprise, the newspaper never ran the story—which finally came out today.

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2018-06-21 19:35:18



If you want to bring Romans 13 into a conversation, read the whole chapter first...  

The upside of Attorney General Jeff Sessions using Paul's Letter to the Romans to defend the administration's policy of family separation at the border was that people might go read the Bible for a moment. Or so was my prayer. He and others were quoting Romans 13 to emphasize the need for people to obey laws. Of course, there were many things wrong with this...

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2018-06-21 19:03:36



As a reporter in Washington, DC, I knew about Cardinal McCarrick but couldn't do anything. Here's why.....  

On Election Day 2008, I was not following the historic election of Barack Obama to the presidency. Instead, I was meeting up with a priest. At the time, I was religion editor for the Washington Times. The documents he gave me were sensational. At first I thought it was about a priest who'd been forced out of the priesthood because he'd been caught fondling two teen-aged boys...

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2018-06-21 15:41:17



Catholic writer Thomas Craughwell, 'faithful storyteller', dies at 61...  

The American Spectator and I lost a friend with the unexpected death last week of Thomas Craughwell. His death, at age 61, came as a big surprise, and we have no details as to the cause. In fact, the way I learned about Tom's death shows my surprise: I had just received a copy of his brand new book on heroic military chaplains...

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2018-06-21 13:01:06



How crazy is it to encourage the mentally ill to kill themselves?  

Two celebrities take their lives, two people who appeared to have everything to live for. Though clearly, Anthony Bourdain, a globetrotting chef for CNN, and Kate Spade, the handbag maker who made millions of people ooh and ah, did not see it that way. The reaction in the media was predictable: sadness, regret and questions about why...

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2018-06-21 06:27:27



How poetry can save us in our age of superficiality...  

It is tempting to decry our age as the worst of times. Anyone who has studied history, however, knows that this complaint is unjust. For all our concern over gun violence, terrorism, and bullying, we pale in comparison to the violence of previous ages: no gladiatorial bloodbaths, very few Viking raids. There is the very real threat of mass violence inherent in our war technologies...

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2018-06-21 05:06:35



On hypocrisy and its cure...  

In the Gospel for Wednesday of the 11th Week of the Year, Jesus gives an extended teaching on hypocrisy. Today we tend reduce the idea of hypocrisy to duplicity. The modern notion is that a hypocrite is someone who says one thing but does another, one who is two-faced or phony. While Jesus' teaching does not exclude this definition...

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2018-06-21 04:44:45



What did the Vatican know about Cardinal McCarrick and when did it know it?  

Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, the retired archbishop of Washington, D.C., was suspended from public ministry on Wednesday, after an allegation that he had sexually abused a minor was found to be credible. According to a statement released by the Archdiocese of New York, McCarrick was accused of abusing a teenage altar boy almost 50 years ago...

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2018-06-21 04:26:17



Cardinal McCarrick: Everybody knew...  

Remember how, after Harvey Weinstein was busted as a serial sexual abuser, it emerged that a whole lot of people knew this about Weinstein, but never said anything about it? The same thing is true about Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, who was outed today (by the Catholic Church) as having sexually abused a minor years ago. I had never heard that McCarrick abused minors...

what do you think?

2018-06-21 04:17:30



Around the world, people have surprisingly modest notions of the 'ideal' life...  

It seems reasonable that people would want to maximize various aspects of life if they were given the opportunity to do so, whether it's the pleasure they feel, how intelligent they are, or how much personal freedom they have. In actuality, people around the world seem to aspire for more moderate levels of these and other traits...

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2018-06-21 03:31:54



Pope flies to Geneva for the 70th anniversary of the World Council of Churches...  

Pope Francis landed in Geneva Thursday for a daytrip aimed at bolstering ecumenical relations, saying off the bat that division among Christians is borne from worldliness, and Christ must be prioritized over any differences that might get in the way of unity. In his first official speech after touching down, the Pope said Christians are called to walk together along the path of the Spirit...

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2018-06-21 03:09:17



With a cardinal's fall, the crisis returns home...  

With the specter of sex-abuse returned to the fore with a vengeance across the Catholic world, the story's mounting American angle has suddenly yielded a historic, shocking development: early Wednesday, the archdiocese of New York announced that the Holy See had removed Cardinal Theodore McCarrick from all public ministry following a 47 year-old allegation of abusing a minor during his days as a priest in the city...

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2018-06-21 01:27:08



What is an apostle? (Hint: Pay attention to the boats in the New Testament)...  

Our Lord Jesus Christ founded a New Israel with Himself as Davidic King and with Twelve Apostles initiating the new Twelve Tribes of Israel. This is the Messianic Kingdom of the Church. As one who connects the Old Testament features to Catholic dogma, I've always been painfully aware that the term "apostle" doesn't have a slick connection to Old Testament kingdom language...

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2018-06-20 11:48:30



Since its debut 20 years ago, 'Sex and the City' has been hurting women with its profoundly unrealistic view of the world...  

This month marks the twenty-year anniversary of the iconic television series "Sex and the City." With smart writing and fantasy fashion, it's easy to see why the show was beloved. It featured an irresistible ensemble of women strutting down the street, heads thrown back in laughter, looking forward and looking fabulous, unmoored...

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2018-06-20 08:49:28



Were Chris Pratt's '9 rules for living' on MTV news or not?  

There are many ways to calculate who is a "player" in Hollywood and who is not. However, Chris Pratt has to near the top of any current list of performers whose name on a marquee will inspire millions of ordinary Americans to shell out cash for movie tickets. Where would Hollywood be, in the summer of 2018, without his clout at the box office...

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2018-06-20 06:20:19



I have been waiting for the Cardinal McCarrick molestation story to break since 2002...  

Back in 2002, I received a tip from a priest who had gone on his own dime to Rome, along with a group of prominent US Catholic laymen, to meet with an official for the Roman Curial congregation that names bishops. It had been rumored at the time that Theodore McCarrick, the Archbishop of Newark, was going to be moved to Washington...

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2018-06-20 02:29:58



Cardinal McCarrick investigated for sexual abuse of minor in NY; 'multiple incidents with adults' surface in NJ...  

One of the highest-profile Catholic cardinals in America has been found to have abused a teen decades ago and has been removed from public ministry, the Archdiocese of New York said Wednesday. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, formerly a priest in New York, a bishop in New Jersey and a cardinal in Washington, "is no longer to exercise publicly his priestly ministry...

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2018-06-20 01:18:24



Pro-choicers erase the child...  

Most editors would have let it go. The young writer had described a law "allowing abortion up to 12 weeks." She believed strongly in the right to life, but she was writing with journalistic efficiency, and her editors evaluated her work by a readability score. She used the phrase most journalists would have used. Short, quick...

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2018-06-19 18:04:43



'He must decrease that I might increase' — Yoga inflates your ego, say researchers...  

According to Buddhist teaching, the self is an illusion. The religion preaches a fundamentally selfless worldview, encouraging followers to renounce individual desires and distance themselves from self-concern. To advance this perspective, millions of people around the world practice yoga and meditation.

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2018-06-19 12:36:15



The Catholic vision of just immigration reform...  

A Honduran woman says that federal immigration authorities took her daughter from her arms as she breastfed the child. When she reached out for her daughter, she says she was handcuffed; she stood powerless as her daughter was taken away. The woman was in a detention center - a jail - in Texas. She was waiting to be prosecuted for illegal entry into the United States...

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2018-06-19 11:06:54



5 essential elements needed for small groups to thrive in your parish...  

Disciples make other disciples. Disciples help other disciples mature. Programs can be avenues for these things to happen, but they still rise and fall based on people! Jesus didn't have a program, but he still had a mission, a vision, and a strategy. It is ok to use programs, as long as we are still using the same mission...

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2018-06-19 11:05:53



Flagging down America's last 'request stop' train in Alaska...  

Connecting Hurricane Gulch and Talkeetna (a remote stretch of the Alaska Railroad between Fairbanks and Anchorage), Hurricane Turn may be the only remaining true "flag stop" passenger train in the U.S., braking only where needed to pick up or drop off riders.

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2018-06-19 10:18:22



Businesses looking for perceptive thinkers are looking for philosophy majors...  

Last month, a philosophy major from the University of Dallas carried his diploma straight from academia to a job in investment banking. He got this job not despite his degree, but because of it. A firm that manages trillions of dollars in assets contacted UD's career office seeking a liberal arts major. During the Republican presidential debates in 2015...

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2018-06-19 10:07:10



Meet the Catholic man who invented the World Cup...  

Starting this weekend, an estimated 3.2 billion people the world over will tune in to watch the 2018 World Cup, an international soccer tournament founded by a Catholic man from a small village in France. Jules Rimet was born on October 14, 1873, in the small village of Theuley in Eastern France to a modest family; his father was a grocer...

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2018-06-19 09:42:32



Before the current 'Dixie cups,' U.S. Navy sailors liked the distinctive 'flat hat' and wore it for 111 years...  

It might appear a bit odd today, but the dark blue "flat hat" of the past still evokes fond memories among sailors and is very much a part of U.S. Navy tradition. Easy to recognize is the more familiar white hat, nicknamed the "Dixie cup hat," but the distinctive "flat hat" came first, and was standard issue for more than a century...

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2018-06-19 09:13:05



The enduring mystery of the Ghent Altarpiece, the world's most-stolen painting...  

Oscar van Bouchaute watched nervously as hundreds of strangers trampled over the crime scene inside Saint Bavo's Cathedral. Earlier that day, on the morning of April 11, 1934, van Bouchaute—a church steward—had stepped off the cobblestoned streets of Ghent, Belgium, and into the cathedral to begin his daily rounds. He lit candles...

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2018-06-19 09:01:58



Chris Pratt boldly professes 'God is real, God loves you' at MTV Movie Awards...  

Chris Pratt is one of the most popular actors in Hollywood right now, receiving much attention for his comedic performances in Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Infinity War and his lead role in the new Jurassic World series of movies. He is also one of the most outspoken actors, never afraid to share his Christian faith in public...

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2018-06-19 08:07:43



The man who went to the North Korean place that 'doesn't exist'...  

It was a visit to Pyongyang's Yanggakdo Hotel that resulted in the detention and eventual death of American student Otto Warmbier. US doctor Calvin Sun recalls his night inside a secret floor in the hotel and warns other travellers to stay away. Calvin Sun had been awake for almost 24 hours when North Korean guards boarded the minibus that was due to take him and his friends to Pyongyang International Airport and out of the country...

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2018-06-19 07:58:18



This soon-to-be-beatified daughter of a Spanish Civil War victim became instrumental for Opus Dei...  

On December 12, 1916, in Madrid, Spain, the fourth child and only daughter of Manuel Ortiz-Landazuri and Eulogia Fernandez-Heredia was born. Since it was the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe, her parents named her Maria Guadalupe, bestowing a great blessing on their child. The first truly painful experience for her was when her older brother...

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2018-06-19 07:38:42



Mrs. K's curtain call: A drama teacher's life and death at a New Jersey Catholic high school...  

Three years ago, Karin Krenek, the Donovan Catholic High School drama director, had another of her brilliant ideas idea while planning the December musical, "White Christmas." Adapted from the 1951 film starring Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney and Danny Kaye, it's about a pair of Army buddies-turned-song-and-dance duo who find themselves in rural Vermont...

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2018-06-19 07:17:28



Nun stories are back in the secular news...  

After being dismissed as relics of the past, nuns and women religious have been making a social and spiritual come back over the last several decades. While Catholic media has been watching these women closely, the secular media is finally beginning to take note of these remarkable women. The remarkable tale of starlet actress...

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2018-06-19 06:30:45



Questions on sexuality loom large in newly-released 'instrumentum laboris' for youth synod...  

According to the official working document for the upcoming synod of bishops on youth, the major questions for young people ahead of the October discussion surround issues of sexuality and gender, the role of women and the desire for a Church that knows how to listen. The instrumentum laboris for the Oct. 3-28 Synod of Bishops on "Young People...

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2018-06-19 06:29:14



St. Gregory of Nyssa's amazing explanation for the Holy Eucharist...  

If the truth of the Eucharist has ever seemed strange to you, that's because it should. St. Paul said, "We preach Christ crucified, to the Jews indeed a stumbling block, and to the Gentiles foolishness." The Eucharist is the enduring testament to the reality of the crucifixion of God Incarnate. So it is fitting that the Eucharist is its own stumbling block for some...

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2018-06-19 05:23:19



Fix me, Jesus, fix me – 3 reasons why even our spiritual life needs fixing...  

When I was a good bit younger, in college actually, I had to take a few economics and marketing courses. At that time I thought to myself, "God has a bad marketing department," since things like Scripture and prayer were often so difficult to understand and do. God seemed to insist that we pray, but everyone I ever asked admitted that prayer was difficult...

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2018-06-19 04:52:28



Mark Twain claimed he got his pen name from a riverboat captain. He may have actually gotten it in a saloon.....  

Powerful gravity drew young men west during the Civil War, especially after the armies began drafting to fill their ranks. One of the thousands who traveled "the plains across" was an obscure Missourian named Samuel Langhorne Clemens who had spent a few weeks riding with a band of Confederate irregulars. Despite Sam's mild secessionist sympathies...

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2018-06-19 04:22:52



Canada's Supreme Court rejects country's only Christian law school over its LGBT stance...  

Trinity Western University has lost a years-long legal fight to launch what would be the only Christian law school in Canada. The Supreme Court of Canada considered a pair of appeals cases involving regional law societies that refused to accredit the Trinity Western program due to the evangelical institution's student covenant...

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2018-06-18 11:24:32



The 18 best pocket and folding knives for everyday use...  

There are plenty of good reasons to carry a pocket knife with you everywhere (except the airport), and there also plenty of quality knives to choose from. If you're looking for an everyday carry, we have some suggestions for you to consider. They run the gamut from the super-cheap to the somewhat pricey (but worth the investment)...

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2018-06-18 10:32:23



7 of the world's wackiest interchanges and intersections...  

Normally, the basic rules of the road are enough to keep traffic in order, but sometimes sheer volume means that things get a little messy. Other times, anarchy rules the day. Here are seven of the world's wackiest interchanges and intersections, all from the comfort and safety of your screen, where there's no risk of a fender bender...

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2018-06-18 06:52:05



Does Jesus forbid self-defense?  

In daily Mass for Monday of the 11th Week of the Year, we read a passage from the Sermon on the Mount. It is a challenging text that raises many questions if read in a literal or absolute manner. It seems to preclude self-defense. What does it mean to "offer no resistance to one who is evil"? Jesus does not say that one should not defend oneself if attacked; He says that one should turn the other cheek...

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2018-06-18 06:42:07



Why this Baptist's favorite place to pray is his local Catholic parish church...  

As a Baptist, I watch people in airports, in restaurants, in the mall... and in church. I wish I could focus on God in church, but I just can't when there are people around. So there have been times that I have needed to find a church with no people inside to pray. In today's world, that is not an easy task. I just Googled...

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2018-06-18 04:45:56



Let's double down on love — at the beginning of life and at the border...  

There's long been what friends of mine have fairly called a "lazy slander" against pro-lifers, that we cease to care about a mother and her child after the baby is born. But that ceases to be a slander and becomes a challenge to meet when headlines talk about mothers being separated from their children at the border. Even when it's a slander...

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2018-06-18 04:21:51



Fathers' letters full of love and wisdom...  

Father's Day is a great time to think about the remarkable gifts that fathers impart to their children. Some of their wisdom and love comes down to us through letters that have been written back and forth between fathers and sons, or fathers and daughters. Here are excerpts of famous letters that remind us of the beautiful and timeless bond between father and child...

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2018-06-17 12:08:58



The summery gift of 'The Snowman'...  

Now that the thermometer has popped into the nineties a couple times, it's summer. Forget the calendar. There's sunshine and languid afternoons and a blessed freedom to do nothing, to expect nothing. It's an ideal moment for a tribute to Raymond Briggs's exquisite picture book, The Snowman (1978). And when I say picture book...

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2018-06-17 07:31:07



If you can use anything, Lord, you can use me...  

The readings for this Sunday speak of God's providence, which is often displayed in humble, hidden, and mysterious ways. While it is true that God sometimes works in overpowering ways, His more common method seems to be using the humble and even unlikely things of the created order to accomplish His goals. For us who are disciples...

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2018-06-17 04:35:58



Liberal media's freaky Father's Day...  

Don't dare think that this stuff doesn't matter. This is how what was once unacceptable becomes acceptable: by constant favorable media attention. The media have the fervor and righteousness of evangelists. You will recall my telling you of my experiences in professional journalism circles regarding LGBT issues: journalists openly saying there is no legitimate "other side to the story...

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2018-06-17 03:07:09



Archaeological evidence of Pontius Pilate and his station corroborates Gospel...  

Of course we all know of Pontius Pilate and his sordid role in the Passion of Christ. However, very little of the man is known besides his arbitration of the trial of Christ. We know he was the Roman prefect who ruled over Judea during the reign of Emperor Tiberius (14-37 AD), but aside from his presence in the Gospels, a few brief references from Roman historians...

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2018-06-17 03:06:06



Pope's Sunday Angelus: 'We need the courage of trust and the humility of abandonment to God'...  

On Sunday Pope Francis compared the action of grace to the growth of seeds planted in a garden, saying God often works in ways that are both unknown and surprising, but which always bring fruit, and because of this it is important to always trust and never lose faith. In his June 17 Angelus address, the pope noted that if one looks back at history...

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2018-06-17 02:54:07



This supercomputer can calculate in 1 second what would take you 6 billion years...  

It's shiny, fast and ultrapowerful. But it's not the latest Alpha Romeo. A physics laboratory in Tennessee just unveiled Summit, likely to be named the world's speediest and smartest supercomputer. Perhaps most exciting for the U.S.? It's faster than China's. The supercomputer — which fills a server room the size of two tennis courts — can spit out answers to 200 quadrillion (or 200 with 15 zeros) calculations per second...

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2018-06-17 01:32:25



'Incredibles 2' recalls (but doesn't quite recapture) the brilliance of the original...  

As The Incredibles in its day towered over the Hollywood animation landscape of the last decade, so in some measure does Incredibles 2 in this decade — but what a different and diminished landscape it is today. Those were Pixar's glory days, but not only Pixar. DreamWorks looked like serious competition for Disney back then...

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2018-06-17 01:26:45



Kate Spade, Anthony Bourdain, and the mysteries before us all...  

When Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain committed suicide within days of each other, it brought into sharp focus a troubling fact that had until then flown under most social radars: suicide has become the tenth most common cause of death in both the United States and Canada. In fact—and this is stunning to consider—the Center for Disease Control reports that while 2016 saw almost 19...

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2018-06-16 12:34:13



Archdiocese of New York to appeal court decision to move Archbishop Sheen's body...  

The Archdiocese of New York announced on Friday that the Trustees of St. Patrick's Cathedral are appealing a court decision that would allow Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen's body to be moved to Peoria, Illinois, as his cause for beatification proceeds. The trustees, who oversee archdiocesan seminaries, "believe that the recent court case concerning the earthly remains of Venerable Archbishop Fulton J...

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2018-06-16 09:59:02



The real Tag brothers' story is better than the movie...  

The movie Tag, in theaters June 15, may not be worth watching, but the story it is based on is well worth hearing. The movie is a raunchy take on a very sweet tale. It's about Father Sean Raftis and nine childhood friends who have played an elaborate, coast-to-coast game of tag for nearly 30 years, a game that has meant that...

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2018-06-16 02:32:21



In his performance at the Tony Awards, Bruce Springsteen praises the wonders of his Catholic childhood...  

Last Sunday, Bruce Springsteen won a special Tony award for his one-man show Springsteen on Broadway. At the awards show, he performed a version of his old song My Hometown, with added reminiscing about the Catholic faith of his childhood. "We lived spitting distance from the Catholic church," Springsteen began in the powerful number...

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2018-06-16 02:22:35



Argentina, Pope Francis' homeland, moves closer to legalized abortion in pro-life Latin America...  

Argentine lawmakers on Thursday took a giant step toward legalizing abortions in the homeland of Pope Francis, potentially setting a precedent for Latin America, where the procedure is widely outlawed. After almost 23 hours of nonstop, often contentious debate, the lower house of Congress voted 129-125 to let women end pregnancies up through the 14th week after conception with only minimal requirements...

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2018-06-15 21:16:24



What Buzz Lightyear taught me about life...  

There was a movie some years ago that most of you have probably seen called Toy Story. It had a profound impact on me, for it came out at a critical time in my life. It was my 33rd year of life and the 6th year of my priesthood. As I have related elsewhere, I had suffered a nervous breakdown that required a week in the hospital and a month off to recuperate...

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2018-06-15 15:52:21



In this week's Mass readings, Jesus uses agriculture to teach us about Himself and the Church...  

We have to get re-oriented to what is going on in Ordinary Time of Year B. The Gospel is moving ad seriatim (sequentially) through Mark. We are going to read a substantial amount of Mark this year by the end of November, with the exception of the Passion and Resurrection accounts (Mark 14-16), which were already read at Palm/Passion Sunday and Easter...

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2018-06-15 09:57:30



Catholic bishops rebuke Trump's asylum changes, suggest 'canonical penalties'...  

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops opened its spring meeting this week with a stern reproach of the Trump administration's latest immigration policies, with the group's president suggesting the new rules on asylum are a "right to life" issue. Some bishops followed by urging protests, including "canonical penalties" for those who carry out the administration's new rules...

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2018-06-15 09:15:22



She found Jesus in a New Age temple...  

Sitting lotus style, inhaling the cool lake air and listening to the serene sounds of a flowing waterfall, Jess Echeverry sought to calm her spirit. She was on a journey to healing at the Self-Realization Fellowship Temple in Pacific Palisades, California. By 2006, Jess had experienced a certain amount of healing, but there was still a hole that hungered to be filled...

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2018-06-15 05:31:37



Trauma forms the invisible ruins ISIS left behind on the Nineveh Plains...  

In an environment in which governments have essentially cut entire communities loose, refusing to provide real security or even basic public services, and where those communities are an embattled minority surrounded on all sides by often-hostile forces, the priest is the only authority holding things together. Priests here build houses...

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2018-06-15 03:35:33



In annual message, Pope urges 'examination of conscience' on treatment of the poor...  

In his message for this year's World Day of the Poor, Pope Francis challenged Catholics on their attitude toward the impoverished, asking whether they really listen to and love the needy, or engage in charity only to please themselves. "The condition of poverty cannot be expressed in a word, but becomes a cry which crosses the heavens and reaches God...

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2018-06-15 02:24:42



Irish PM says Catholic hospitals will be forced to abort children...  

Just weeks after a lopsided, groundbreaking vote struck down Ireland's constitutional ban on legal abortion, the country's Taoiseach signaled the broader moral and legal implications of this sea change in a once deeply Catholic nation. "It will not ... be possible for publicly funded hospitals, no matter who their patron or owner is...

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2018-06-15 02:03:57



In post-ISIS Christian town, heroism and paradox both abound...  

Over the centuries, the Middle East has always been a land where expectations tend to experience especially tough collisions with reality, so it probably should be no surprise that a massive effort to rebuild the Christian village which was the epicenter of a brutal ISIS onslaught in 2014 has, at its heart, three grand paradoxes...

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2018-06-13 12:39:41



Pope's Wednesday Audience: 'Through the Commandments, the Lord Jesus leads us to the true life'...  

This morning's General Audience was held at 9:20 in St. Peter's Square, where the Holy Father Francis met with groups of pilgrims and faithful from Italy and from all over the world. Beginning a new series of catecheses on the Commandments, in his address in Italian the Pope focused his meditation on the desire of a full life (Biblical passage from the Gospel according to Mark 10:17-21)...

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2018-06-13 10:56:32



What ails us? The rise of the imperial, autonomous self...  

A rather succinct and accurate summary of our current malaise is that we live in the age of "the imperial, autonomous self." In effect, many if not most people claim an authority, a right, to craft their own reality and live according to their own notions of it. Not so long ago, it was generally accepted that reality was something outside ourselves...

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2018-06-13 07:30:58



Here's what's so great about being 'old mom'...  

I've been thinking a lot lately about being "old mom" versus "young mom." Back in the day, I used to be "young mom." I was only 22 when my oldest was born, I was 24 when my sons joined our family, and I was still just 25 when I had my fourth. I guess when you marry at 20, and add to your family via both adoption and birth...

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2018-06-13 05:53:21



After the Irish debacle...  

I wasn't surprised by the result of Ireland's May 25 referendum, which opened a path to legal abortion in the Emerald Isle by striking down a pro-life amendment to the Irish Constitution. Nor was I all that surprised by the large margin of victory racked up by those for whom an unborn child isn't "one of us;" both the government and the virulently anti-Catholic Irish media put heavy thumbs onto the scales as the debate over the referendum unfolded...

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2018-06-13 05:21:02



The left's boycott of Chick-fil-A is misguided. Theirs isn't the only one.....  

"If you really love LGBTQ people, you just can't keep eating Chick-fil-A." That's what a headline at Huffington Post stated Tuesday. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey caused a stir Saturday when he tweeted about eating Chick-fil-A. He was immediately criticized for patronizing the company during June, which is Pride Month. Chick-fil-A makes no bones about its Christian roots and affiliation...

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2018-06-13 03:36:34



I've come to save Father's Day with this free, printable card!...  

Because you know and I know that you didn't get a present, and here it is Wednesday. And no, he doesn't want a report on the cat's DNA for father's day. Yes, I saw it had free shipping. I even deliberately didn't put "happy father's day" anywhere on it, so you would have something to write on the inside. Print, fold...

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2018-06-13 02:41:16



Watch this amazing 5-minute (4K, tilt-shift) journey through Sudan...  

See the amazing pyramids of Meroe and Karima. Drive through otherworldly desert sceneries. Take a boat ride with dolphins to the stunning lighthouse of Sanganeb. Explore the ruin island of Suakin and enjoy the the breathtaking views in Kassala. Discover the busy cites Port Sudan and Khartum.

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2018-06-13 02:24:44



Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's prophecy, 40 years later...  

On June 8, 1978, a man with a craggy face and a beard came to Harvard University, where I was then a graduate student, to give the annual commencement address. The man was not a Harvard graduate. He was not a professor. He was not an American. He did not speak English. His address, given in his native Russian with simultaneous English translation...

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2018-06-12 20:20:53



How to get your kids to do chores (without resenting it)...  

Back in the early 1990s, psychologist Suzanne Gaskins was living in a small Maya village near Valladolid, Yucatan, when she struck up a conversation with two sisters, ages 7 and 9. The girls started telling her — with great pride — about all the chores they did after school. "I wash my own clothes," the 7-year-old said...

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2018-06-12 17:03:54



Fr. James Martin to speak at World Meeting of Families in Dublin...  

The issue of same-sex families has dogged the ninth World Meeting of Families since it was revealed that an image of a gay couple was edited for a preparatory booklet, and Los Angeles Auxiliary Bishop David O'Connell's comments on gay families were deleted from a video. On June 11, the date the Vatican released Pope Francis's schedule for attendance at the World Meeting of Families...

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2018-06-12 15:57:45



We should all want to be neighbors with Mr. Rogers...  

The younger of my two sons has expressed his concerns to me about Google and the internet in general. "When we were kids, and we wondered about something, we asked you and Dad. Now, kids don't ask their parents anything; if they're curious about something, they go to Google or You Tube. Or, even if they ask their parents a question...

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2018-06-12 12:44:07



What to expect when the U.S. bishops meet in Florida this week...  

While the June meeting of the U.S. bishops is often considered to be the more lackluster of their two annual gatherings, at least in terms of news content, as they meet in Fort Lauderdale, Florida this week, major topics are on the agenda including healthcare, immigration, and religious liberty - all of which correspond to pressing issues on the national scene...

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2018-06-12 10:44:33



One of the deepest caves in the world is even bigger than we thought...  

Katie Graham was trying to escape the cave she'd been trapped inside with her teammates for the past three days. She held her breath and cautiously swam underwater through the turbid flood that was all but completely filling an underground corridor, ominously dubbed Skeleton Canyon, in Sistema Huautla, the deepest cave in the Western Hemisphere...

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2018-06-12 09:38:56



Are these 4 creature comforts crowding out your Creator?  

With the end of the school year upon us, our little babes are completing those notoriously funny questionnaires. You know the ones: How old is your mom? "Twenty-four." Close, 42. What is her job? "Watch Netflix all day." Yikes, not quite. What is her favorite drink? "Wine." Well, at least he got one right. Reading my son's questionnaire...

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2018-06-12 09:27:58



This is what a nuclear attack in New York would look like...  

In our imaginations, fueled by apocalyptic fictions like The Road and The Day After, the scale and speed of nuclear annihilation seem too vast and horrific to contemplate. If nuclear war is considered "unthinkable," that is in no small part because of our refusal to think about it with any clarity or specificity. In the long run...

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2018-06-12 07:52:49



Embarrassing typo in St. Louis archdiocesan newspaper headline goes viral...  

Hey, anyone can make a mistake! Including diocesan newspapers. Archbishop Robert James Carlson of St. Louis, Missouri, recently ordained 25 men as permanent deacons, the largest ordination class the archdiocese has had in 41 years. Given the shortage of ordained men, that's an amazing accomplishment and should be celebrated! The newspaper of the Archdiocese of St...

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2018-06-12 07:35:18



Third priest shot and killed in Philippines in six months...  

A Catholic priest in the Philippines was shot and killed in a chapel as he prepared to celebrate Sunday Mass on June 10, local police said. Father Richmond Nilo is the third priest to be killed in the Philippines in the past six months. Another priest survived an assassination attempt in another part of the country on June 6.

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2018-06-12 06:21:37



Three insights of Pope Leo XIII that diagnose our cultural malaise...  

Pope Leo XIII penned an insightful analysis of three trends that both alarmed him and pointed to future problems. He wrote of these three concerns in 1893 in the Encyclical on the Holy Rosary entitled Laetitiae Sanctae (Of Holy Joy). The Pope laid out these three areas of concern and then offered the Mysteries of the Rosary as a remedy...

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2018-06-12 01:13:03



The assault against civilization is a bare-knuckle brawl...  

The recent pardon of the late world heavy weight champion Jack Johnson by our president was a gracious act long overdue. A previous motion had passed the House but died in the Senate in 2008. Johnson's racially motivated conviction for violating the Mann Act after he had married a white woman resulted in his beginning a year term in Leavenworth prison in 1920...

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2018-06-11 16:06:16



Massive genetic study reveals 90 percent of Earth's animals appeared at the same time...  

Landmark new research that involves analyzing millions of DNA barcodes has debunked much about what we know today about the evolution of species. In a massive genetic study, senior research associate at the Program for the Human Environment at Rockefeller University Mark Stoeckle and University of Basel geneticist David Thaler discovered that virtually 90 percent of all animals on Earth appeared at right around the same time...

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2018-06-11 10:50:58



With the ouster of his prime target, the Pope's Chilean cleanout begins...  

Three weeks since the bishops of Chile offered their joint resignation to the Pope in an unprecedented response to a deepening abuse crisis, Francis' concrete moves to right the ship have begun precisely as the victims would've hoped. At Roman Noon this Monday - all of five months since the pontiff's last public defense of Bishop Juan Barros - Francis' stunning turnabout came full circle as he accepted the 61 year-old prelate's resignation from the helm of the diocese of Osorno...

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2018-06-11 10:03:54



Traditional liturgy is the great unifier...  

When I was a student at Oxford, my parents came to visit, and on her first venture onto the roads, my mom exclaimed, "They're driving on the wrong side of the road!" Being a young snob I corrected her by saying, "No, Mother. They're driving on the other side of the road." I ended up living in England for twenty-five years...

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2018-06-11 09:13:52



Pop singer Alanis Morissette, a fallen-away Catholic, says her 'most treasured possession' is a crucifix...  

You probably didn't expect this! When you think of religiosity, you might not think of pop singer Alanis Morissette. But in a recent interview with The Guardian, she was asked what her "most treasured possession" was. Her answer: a crucifix. Here's her full answer: "A crucifix my grandmother carried escaping the Hungarian Revolution in 1956...

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2018-06-11 07:29:55



The suicide epidemic and a message for a hopeless world...  

Right on the heels of the apparent suicide of fashion designer Kate Spade, America woke up Friday morning to the news of yet another suicide: CNN's Anthony Bourdain. They join a growing list of celebrities who have taken their own lives in recent years, including three talented musicians: Avicii, Chris Cornell of Soundgarden, and Chester Bennington of Linkin Park...

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2018-06-11 07:27:52



Anger can be a valuable emotion — if you learn how to discipline it...  

It's no secret that there is a lot of anger in the world today. And the news on any given day tends not to help. "Anger can act as a useful emotion, one that supports our Christian lives. Unfortunately, for many of us anger doesn't serve us but enslaves us. It lures us into sin or plunges us into depression," Bert Ghezzi writes in his book...

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2018-06-11 06:04:05



Pope Francis accepts resignation of Bishop Barros over Chilean sex-abuse scandal...  

The Vatican announced Monday that Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Bishop Juan Barros Madrid from his post in the diocese of Osorno, after being accused of covering-up for Chile's most notorious abuser priest, Father Fernando Karadima. The announcement came in a June 11 communique from the Vatican, along with the resignation of two other Chilean bishops...

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2018-06-11 05:48:55



Do caffeine drinkers really fall into 3 groups?  

A new report divides coffee lovers into three groups depending on how their bodies respond to caffeine. But as fun as it is for caffeine drinkers to figure out which group they fall into, not all experts are on board with the report's clear-cut conclusions. According to the report, which was published June 6 by the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC)...

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2018-06-11 03:53:46



An interview with the Catholic of the Daily Wire: Michael J. Knowles...  

Mr. Michael J. Knowles is an author of a book without words, an accomplished actor, contributor at the Daily Wire and host of the Michael Knowles Show. Aside from his commendable taste in cigars (smoking a stogie at his recommendation as of this writing), Michael is a man of faith and in the richest sense of the phrase, he is one of those Catholic men...

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2018-06-11 03:30:59



If we want to restore marriage, we have to start using this technique...  

"Framing" is the political term for formulating a clear message in the best way to persuade people about issues. Issues can be very complex, but framing helps people focus on the aspect of an issue that best corresponds with their values, attitudes and experiences. Framing is nothing new, but it is a technique not very well understood and used by defenders of marriage and the regular family...

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2018-06-11 03:14:33



4 errors you should avoid in the proclamation of the Faith...  

On Trinity Sunday we recited the Athanasian Creed at the end of the homily. In case you are unfamiliar with it, you can read it by clicking on the link here: Quicumque vult. The Creed, written in the fourth century painstakingly sets forth the doctrine of the Trinity and the doctrine of the Incarnation. In several places there is a warning: Whosoever will be saved...

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2018-06-11 01:33:37



How special paint on the hood of World War II Jeeps protected soldiers' lives...  

If you've ever seen a picture of a World War II Jeep with brown paint between the points of its "invasion star," you might have assumed it was just an aesthetic touch. But it was much more than that: the paint was there to keep soldiers safe. Here's how. The paint's purpose was to protect against chemical weapons attacks...

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2018-06-10 11:50:10



Sculpted head of mystery biblical king found in Israel...  

An enigmatic sculpture of a king's head dating back nearly 3,000 years has set off a modern-day mystery caper as scholars try to figure out whose face it depicts. The 5-centimeter (2-inch) sculpture is an exceedingly rare example of figurative art from the Holy Land during the 9th century B.C. — a period associated with biblical kings...

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2018-06-10 10:03:17



Jaw-dropping footage of a tornado near Laramie, Wyoming...  

A beautiful storm in a beautiful part of the country

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2018-06-10 08:54:01



How Julia Greeley's magnificent tomb came from Carrara, Italy, to Denver's cathedral...  

The year was 1883 and Colorado was hit with an economic recession that left thousands of people jobless. Silver miners were hit particularly hard and Denver was flooded with people seeking help. It was during this time that a former slave, Julia Greeley, was moved to beg for medicine, food, clothes and other necessities to quietly deliver to the poor at night...

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2018-06-10 05:29:29



New York court rules Archbishop Sheen's body should go to Peoria...  

On the evening of June 8, the Diocese of Peoria, Illinois, announced that earlier in the day the Supreme Court of New York had ruled for the second time in favor of Joan Sheen Cunningham and her petition to move Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen's body from St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York to the Cathedral of St. Mary in Peoria...

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2018-06-10 04:47:13



Three crucial questions, one crucial plan: A homily for the 10th Sunday of the Year...  

In the first reading for Sunday (from Genesis) the Lord asks three important questions and sets into motion a "crucial" plan for our salvation. The word "crucial" is rooted in the Latin word for cross (crux or crucis). As such, it indicates something that is central by a coming together of the horizontal and vertical. It also points to a suffering that needs healing...

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2018-06-10 04:41:44



Dominion or domination? What you missed about fatherhood in Genesis.....  

There are two competing images of fatherhood in Genesis, and this is related to the theme of dominion- who has it, what is the nature of it, and how it is exercised. For the two images of fatherhood we can use the word dominion to describe the first image of life-giving fatherhood and dominationto describe the tyrannical view of fatherhood and by extension masculinity in general...

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2018-06-10 04:19:53






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