Catholic News Headlines Feb. 13, 2010


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Share this article on Facebook Catholic author and speaker encourages students to train to win heaven – Magnolia, Del., Feb 13, 2010 / 02:32 pm ( CNA ).- Getting to heaven is a bit like getting ready for the big game, according to Todd Lemieux. “If you’re playing a sport,

Share this article on Facebook Catholic Hispanic ministries lack funding and committed personnel, study finds – Washington D.C., Feb 13, 2010 / 04:03 am ( CNA ).- A recent study that focused on Hispanic ministries across the country found that most Hispanic ministries are

Share this article on Facebook Ohio House Speaker reverses decision, allows pro-life teen to be honored – Columbus, Ohio, Feb 13, 2010 / 07:20 am ( CNA ).- The Ohio House Speaker decided on Wednesday to finally allow a pro-life teen to be honored for winning a national

Share this article on Facebook Pope tells Rome’s seminarians to apply missionary ‘dynamism’ to faith life – Rome, Italy, Feb 13, 2010 / 04:38 pm ( CNA ).- Pope Benedict XVI visited the Major Roman Seminary at St. John Lateran on Friday evening for prayer and dinner to

Share this article on Facebook Pro-abortion NARAL report suggests pro-life efforts are succeeding – Washington D.C., Feb 12, 2010 / 08:07 pm ( CNA ).- A pro-abortion group’s 2009 report giving a “D” grade to the United States on abortion suggests pro-life progress at

Share this article on Facebook Proposed textbook implies abortion opposition is wrong, N. Carolina bishops warn – Charlotte, N.C., Feb 13, 2010 / 05:04 pm ( CNA ).- A proposed school textbook that describes Roe v. Wade as a ruling against government oppression of rights should be

Creative Minority Report

Share this article on Facebook CMR Special Edition – A Special Request – To all of our readers and friends in the Catholic/Pro-life blogosphere: As you know, we here at CMR do not take much seriously but life issues are a notable exception.

Share this article on Facebook Fire Extinguishers, First Aid, and Contraception? – My favorite line of the day comes from a college newspaper in Montana that’s highlighting Planned Parenthood’s efforts to give away free Morning After Pills. You can

Faith and Family Live!

Share this article on Facebook Make Your House a Home – 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:

Share this article on Facebook Media Mindfulness – Lisa Hendey: Learn about media and our families on this week’s podcast | This week on the podcast (click here to listen or click on the player above) we welcome Sister

Share this article on Facebook Romance Him! – Celeste Behe: 23 Small Ways to Warm Up Your Marriage | There’s a delightful scene from the movie “Enchanted” in which fairytale princess Giselle advises an unsentimental

Share this article on Facebook The Wittiest Romance – Arwen Mosher: Are you a Jane Austen fan? | I was in high school when I first saw the film You’ve Got Mail, and I remember being bewildered by the main character’s

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Share this article on Facebook Chilean Maternal Mortality Study Undercuts Pro-Abortion Claims – By Susan Yoshihara, Ph.D. and Piero A. Tozzi, J.D.NEW YORK, NY, February 12, 2010 (C-FAM) – Preliminary findings by a prominent biomedical researcher examining the

Share this article on Facebook Interview: For Controversial Ohio Teen, Pro-Life Activism a Life-Long Passion – By Kathleen GilbertDAYTON, Ohio, February 12, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – For Elizabeth Trisler, the pro-life Ohio teen who made national news this week after she was

Share this article on Facebook New UN Human Rights Treaty on Aging Promoted, Questioned – By Susan Yoshihara, Ph.D. and Emanuele Rizzardi NEW YORK, NY, February 12, 2009 (C-FAM) – Last week at United Nations (UN) headquarters in New York, a federation of

New Liturgical Movement

Share this article on Facebook Details: Ambo of Bitonto Cathedral, Italy – Detail of Ambo of Bitonto Cathedral, Italy ( Image source ) Further Details

Share this article on Facebook More Lenten Reading: The Stational Churches of Rome – An additional consideration for Lenten exercises that I wished to mention to our readership is a booklet compiled by Fr. Frank Phillips, the pastor of St. John Cantius

Share this article on Facebook New Translations: It’s still English – I’m beginning to wonder exactly what kind of a revolt the USCCB, individual bishops, pastors, liturgy directors and other lay leaders are anticipating when the new

Share this article on Facebook Our Lady of the Annunciation in Clear Creek Now an Abbey – The following very good news came into the NLM today: “The monks of Our Lady of the Annunciation of Clear Creek Monastery have the honor and joy of announcing to you

Share this article on Facebook Poland: Archbishop and His Chancellor Celebrate Low Mass of a Bishop – One of our readers from Poland sends in news of the Ordinary of the Lublin Archdiocese in Poland, Archbishop Józef Życinski, celebrating a Low Mass of a Bishop this past

Share this article on Facebook Poll: What Are you Going to do to Observe Lent This Year?

Steve Ray

Share this article on Facebook Christians In the Holy Land – Here is an interview with Patriarch Twal of Jerusalem. It is an interesting read to understand the Christians in the Holy Land and what can be done to help. We do the

Share this article on Facebook Do Catholics Worship Mary? – Since today we celebrate Mass in Abu Ghosh, at the Church of Mary, Ark of the New Covenant, I thought it would be a good time to respond to an e-mail I received a while

Share this article on Facebook In Idylic Amish Country – Montgomery Indiana is a world away from Bombay with 20 million people in a country of 1.2 billion — 3 million of whom are Catholics! That is as many people that live in

Share this article on Facebook My Friends on Oprah: Sisters of Mary on their Recent Show – This is worth watching. These sisters are nine minutes from my house and we know many of them and visit their convent frequently. They do a delightful job of explaining

The Anchoress

Share this article on Facebook Common Sense 101 – Jesus teaches us, “I tell you truly, anyone who will not receive the Kingdom of God like a little child, will never enter it.” There is a challenge with Chesterton. The

Share this article on Facebook Hating on St. Valentine’s Day – Statue of St Valentine, Whitefriar Street Church, Dublin As we know, the feastday of this saint has long-been distorted, first by customs and lovers , then by haters who

What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Share this article on Facebook “Consubstantial” – Who do people REALLY say that He is? – The new translation contains an alarming new threat. “Consubstantial” By clinging to the inaccurate rendering of “consubstantialem Patri” in the Creed as “one in being

Share this article on Facebook Archbp. Coleridge hits a liturgical home run – Ever since the papal Master of Ceremonies Msgr. Guido Marini gave a talk in Rome to English-speaking priests about liturgy and liturgical reform, liberals have been

Share this article on Facebook Not every valid Council was a fruitful Council. – “Not every valid council in the history of the Church has been a fruitful one; in the last analysis, may of them have been a waste of time.  Despite all the good to be

Share this article on Facebook Revolting liberals: against the new translation – Liberals are fomenting revolt. They are revolting against Pope Benedict XVI, and the bludgeon they are using right now is the new translation. More and more we are

Share this article on Facebook WDTPRS: Quinquagesima – In our traditional Roman calendar this Sunday is Quinquagesima, Latin for the symbolic “Fiftieth” day before Easter.  Today is one of the pre-Lenten Sundays which

Share this article on Facebook Where the bread is salty – Dante perfectly, precisely captured the inner disorientation of the exile when he wrote of a place that “the bread is salty and the steps are hard to climb”. Tasting

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