Catholic News Headlines Jan. 2, 2010


Jan. 1, 7pm—Jan. 2, 7pm

Catholic Online > Politics

Share this article on Facebook Abortion and Health Care: The Rotten Tree – Catholics want healthcare reform but we cannot under any circumstances support any bill that encourages the …

Catholic Online > U.S. News

Share this article on Facebook A New Missionary Age: The Year that was and the Year that will be are a Prelude. – We need a new Christian foundation for the West. The Catholic Church is in the first stage of a new missionary age.

Share this article on Facebook Predictions for 2010 – In 2010, the Holy Spirit will prove once again that we Catholic thinkers and commentators make very poor prophets.

Catholic Spiritual Direction

Share this article on Facebook Spiritual Resolutions for the New Year? – Well, its that time of year again. New Year’s resolutions abound. Looking back at last year, have you grown in your faith and holiness? If someone close to you were

CBCP News – Diocesan News

Share this article on Facebook Oblate Media Center inauguration set for Jan. 4 – COTABATO City, Jan. 2, 2010— The Oblate Media Center will be inaugurated on January 4 at the partially renovated building of DXMS and DXOL at the corner of Sinsuat and

Conversion Diary

Share this article on Facebook The Saturday Evening (Blog) Post – It’s time for the Saturday Evening Blog Post again, where Elizabeth Esther invites other bloggers to submit their favorite posts from their own blogs — usually it’s

Creative Minority Report

Share this article on Facebook Fruit, Fibre, And Cranial Fluids – Apropos of absolutely nothing, but still darn funny.

Share this article on Facebook Turks Want Santa Back – Rorate Caeli alerts us to this story. The Turks want the bones on Saint Nicholas, which have been in Italy since the 11th Century, returned to Turkey. Ummm. No. AFP -

Faith and Family Live!

Share this article on Facebook Resolved, or Still Working On It? – Lisa Hendey: Looking at the year ahead | To be quite honest with you, even though we’ve rung in the New Year—and I did so in style this year—I have some work to do on

Share this article on Facebook Saints of Christmas: Basil & Gregory – Rebecca Teti: The Ninth Day of Christmas | I love this painting entitled “The Mass of St. Basil” by Pierre Subleyras. It shows the saint so enrapt in worship of the

Share this article on Facebook The Right Resolutions Are Everything – Joseph Pronechen: Mary can help you pick — and keep — your promises to yourself | Ho hum. Another year, another chance to dust off the usual New Year’s resolutions. As

Share this article on Facebook View From the Laundry Pile – Danielle Bean: Coffee Talk: Homemaking | (Join each day’s Coffee Talk discussion: Mon: Parenting; Tues: Open Forum; Wed: NFP; Thu: Marriage; Fri: Education; Sat/Sun:

Kresta In The Afternoon

Share this article on Facebook Today on Kresta – December 31, 2009 – Talking about the “things that matter most” on Dec. 31 Kresta Countdown of the top interviews of 2009 #7 – Meltdown Back in February, Barack Obama’s economic stimulus

Share this article on Facebook Today on Kresta – January 1, 2010 – Talking about the “things that matter most” on Dec. 30 Kresta Countdown of the top interviews of 2009 #3 – A Bishop’s Story of Vocation Bishop Alexander Sample of the

LifeSiteNews.com

Share this article on Facebook Ex-Lesbian Lisa Miller “Disappears” as Date Passes for Court-Ordered Transfer of … – By Matthew Cullinan HoffmanJanuary 2, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Ex-homosexual Lisa Miller has apparently disappeared following a court order to transfer custody of her

Share this article on Facebook Former U.S. UN Ambassador Warns of Hidden Dangers in Copenhagen Deal – By Susan Yoshihara, Ph.D.NEW YORK, January 2, 2009 (C-FAM.org) – Former United States representative to the United Nations (UN) John Bolton recently warned that the

Share this article on Facebook Planned Parenthood Doubles “Abortion Services” From 2007 to 2008 to Over 1 Million – By Samantha SingsonNEW YORK, January 2, 2009 (C-FAM.org) – International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) recently released its annual performance report for

Share this article on Facebook The Irish bishops “get it” – by Phil Lawler   (Republished excerpt from The 5 most positive developments of 2009)January 2, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The damaging revelations about abuse in the

New Liturgical Movement

Share this article on Facebook New Appointments to the Ecclesia Dei Commission – R orate caeli reports from the Italian website Messa in Latino that two new members have been named to the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei. Fr. Almiro D’Andrade is a

Share this article on Facebook Solemn Requiem in Dijon Cathedral, Burgundy, France – I just wanted to post some views of my father’s solemn requiem mass, as Shawn has been kind to announce his death , and want to express my gratitude for the support I

Share this article on Facebook St. Alphonsus, Middlesbrough – Readers may recall a post on a small English parish church, St. Alphonsus, Middlesbrough , whose Christmas schedule included not only Mass in both forms of the Roman

Share this article on Facebook The Introit is Not “We Three Kings” – Most every Ordinary Form Masses for Epiphany this Sunday will begin with “We Three Kings.” The practice is so common that many people might be under the impression that

Steve Ray

Share this article on Facebook Silent Monks Sing the “Hallelujah Chorus”

The Anchoress

Share this article on Facebook Five years in a shelter? – Over at New Advent , I found a story from CBS news that I think was meant to be an amusing sort of “feel good” story: Manhattan Soup Kitchen Serves Caviar ; Anonymous

Share this article on Facebook My best blog post of 2009? – Glenn Reynolds notes that some bloggers are re-running what they feel are their “best” blogposts for 2009. Half the time, I can’t even remember what I’ve written. I’m

Share this article on Facebook Noah’s Circular Ark? – Why not? Makes sense to me that the thing only had to float, not navigate. I like this story According to newly translated instructions inscribed in ancient Babylonian

What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Share this article on Facebook Card. Daly – 92 – RIP – I understand that the Irish Cardinal and Primate Cahal Card. Daly has died at the age of 92. Requiescat in pace. Post from: WDTPRS Card. Daly – 92 – RIP Post from:

Share this article on Facebook Ecce advenit! – I really liked this post at NLM which you can read in full over there: Most every Ordinary Form Masses for Epiphany this Sunday will begin with “We Three Kings.” The

Share this article on Facebook Fr. Z TV – Streaming LIVE – Z-Cam & Radio Sabina, or “Fr Z TV” is on the air most of the time! Watch the feeder and very often windows of the chapel and also my office. Live Broadcasting by Ustream

Share this article on Facebook QUAERITUR: Catholic Calendars – From a reader: Can anyone recommend a good Catholic wall calendar that has the feast days according to the EF use? Okay, folks…. Catholic calendars! Discuss.

Share this article on Facebook Shipping your suitcase – Do any of you have experience of Fedexing or UPSing your suitcase instead of checking it on an airplane trip? Post from: WDTPRS Shipping your suitcase Post from: WDTPRS

Share this article on Facebook Splendid photos of a Solemn Mass in London – Today I had a nice chat with His Hermeneuticalness, who told me that he had been subdeacon for a Solemn Mass at Spanish Place in London.  Mulier Fortis has some splendid

Share this article on Facebook The Battle of Granada, 1492 – A friend sent this note: Today is the anniversary of the Battle of Granada, 1492. The Battle of Granada involved a siege of the Spanish city of Granada and was fought

Share this article on Facebook The Feeder Feed – There are some really cold birds out there!   This morning it was way below zero Fahrenheit and windy. The birds are eating prodigiously, doing their puffball thing,

Share this article on Facebook They wanted some attention, after all – I found this on the blog Ten Reasons: Would it surprise you to learn that Fr. Lawrence Mick, official catechist for the Worship office of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati,

Share this article on Facebook Turkey wants the bones of St. Nicholas – From Rorate with a biretta tip Another barefaced insult from the Turks [...] Post from: WDTPRS Turkey wants the bones of St. Nicholas

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