Catholic News Headlines April 10, 2010


Apr. 9, 7pm—Apr. 10, 7pm

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Share this article on Facebook ACP: Schools should not affirm students’ perceived sexual orientation – Gainesville, Fla., Apr 10, 2010 / 08:02 am ( CNA ).- In a recent letter sent to school superintendents throughout the country, the American College of Pediatricians

Share this article on Facebook Archbishop of Rio announces solidarity campaign in response to natural disasters – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Apr 9, 2010 / 08:10 pm ( CNA ).- Amidst the torrential rains and mudslides that have led to more than 150 deaths in Rio de Janeiro in recent

Share this article on Facebook Concerns about iPhone porn among reasons for closed platform, Steve Jobs says – Los Angeles, Calif., Apr 10, 2010 / 06:55 pm ( CNA ).- Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs has cited concerns about pornography on Apple iPhones as one reason the

Share this article on Facebook Ideology trumping information in media coverage of abuse, Italian editor charges – Rome, Italy, Apr 10, 2010 / 05:20 pm ( CNA/EWTN News ).- The Catholic Church is “not a modern republic” pointed out Giuliano Ferrara, director of the political Italian

Share this article on Facebook Middle East synod document to be published during papal visit to Cyprus – Vatican City, Apr 10, 2010 / 12:33 pm ( CNA/EWTN News ).- The Holy See has released the details of Pope Benedict XVI’s Apostolic Journey to Cyprus for June. During

Share this article on Facebook Peruvian reporter denounces witch hunt against Catholic Church – Vatican City, Apr 9, 2010 / 10:53 pm ( CNA ).- Peruvian reporter Martha Meier recently published an article in the newspaper El Comercio denouncing the “witch hunt

Share this article on Facebook Pope offers condolences, prayers for Polish people after plane crash – Vatican City, Apr 10, 2010 / 11:29 am ( CNA/EWTN News ).- The Holy Father expressed his sorrow over the death of Polish President Lech Kaczynski and those accompanying

Share this article on Facebook Sisters of Mercy bring insights into addiction to seminary students and faculty – Vancouver, Canada, Apr 10, 2010 / 01:32 pm ( CNA ).- “Sex” is the number one search topic on the internet, according to U.S. psychiatrist Sister Marysia Weber, a

Share this article on Facebook WCC: New nuclear weapons treaty cuts bring hope – Rome, Italy, Apr 10, 2010 / 03:38 pm ( CNA/EWTN News ).- The signing of the nuclear reduction treaty between the U.S. and Russia is “news that the World Council of

Catholic Online > International News

Share this article on Facebook Exposition of the Holy Shroud Begins. Pilgrims Gather in Turin – The Shroud of Turin is believed by millions of Christians to be the burial cloth which wrapped the body of Jesus …

Share this article on Facebook Polish President, 96 Others Killed in Plane Crash – POLAND DEVASTATED.

Catholic Online > Politics

Share this article on Facebook Justice John Paul Stevens Announces His Retirement. We Need a Pro-Life Justice – The “800 pound Gorilla” in the room in the coming selection and appointment of a replacement for …

CBCP News – Diocesan News

Share this article on Facebook St. Vincent Church in Cabuyao made diocesan shrine – SAN PABLO CITY, April 10, 2010—The parish of St. Vincent Ferrer in Mamatid, Cabuyao, Laguna has been consecrated into a diocesan Shrine following the increasing number

Creative Minority Report

Share this article on Facebook Wow! Russian Soccer Fans Cheer For Jesus! – I love this. During a soccer match on Easter Sunday, opposing soccer fans chanted at each other. However these were not the usual taunts one would expect from soccer

Faith and Family Live!

Share this article on Facebook An Easter Thought – Arwen Mosher: from G.K. Chesterton | “On the third day the friends of Christ coming at daybreak to the place found the grave empty and the stone rolled away. In varying

Share this article on Facebook Bring to Me Lukewarm Souls – Danielle Bean: Divine Mercy Novena Day 9 | Today is the last day of the Divine Mercy novena that will end with Divine Mercy Sunday, this coming Sunday. You can read more

Share this article on Facebook Clean Sweep – 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 From Malta to the Shores of Galilee – Tom and April Hoopes: User’s Guide to Sunday | Sunday, April 18, 2010, is the Third Sunday of Easter (Year C, Cycle II). Papal Pope Benedict XVI will make his apostolic

Share this article on Facebook Greatness in Our Teenagers – Lisa Hendey: Join us for this week’s podcast | This week, we celebrate Catholic Moments Podcast (click here to listen or click on the player above) announcer Eric

New Liturgical Movement

Share this article on Facebook New NLM Sacred Art Contributor – For awhile now we have been featuring some of the writing of David Clayton, and I am happy to now introduce him as a new NLM writer, with his own particular focus being

Share this article on Facebook The Continuing Campaign – The New York Times today offers a document that it clearly sees as the smoking gun that implicates Cardinal Ratzinger in the continuing abuse scandals. The headline is

Share this article on Facebook Vespers of Easter Sunday from the Abbey of Saint Louis – S aint Louis Abbey in St. Louis has made available some vidoes of their celebration of the Second Vespers of Easter Sunday, chanted in Latin and using the Antiphonale

OSV Daily Take

Share this article on Facebook Kiesle case is no smoking gun – This is a Murphy redux . Despite how The New York Times and the Associated Press and others are interpreting the Kiesle case, the documentation they base their stories

Patrick Madrid

Share this article on Facebook The ATARI Prophecy: How the world will endhttp://patrickmadrid.blogspot.com

Steve Ray

Share this article on Facebook Bible Riddle – I am one but you’d see three, and people barely think of me. But I am often on their lips, or found beneath their fingertips. I warrant very little thought, but with my

Share this article on Facebook Pilgrimage Day 3, Part 1: Beatitudes, Banias, Golan

The Anchoress

Share this article on Facebook “Where’s the Left’s Palin?” – Taylor Marsh , who is a very smart woman whose knee does not jerk, asks the question , and it’s a remarkable one, in a way. Despising her as they do, the question

Share this article on Facebook Prayers for Poland – The government of Poland is hopefully not decapitated but certainly wounded with the death of its president, Lech Kaczynski. Kaczynski had flown to Russia to commemorate

Share this article on Facebook The Myth of the Held-back Catholic Women – Politics is opportunistic; in the wake of the last three weeks unending coverage of the decades-old scandals in the Catholic church, Lisa Miller of Newsweek has decided

The Splendor of the Church

Share this article on Facebook Catholics in U.S. donate nearly $60 million to Haiti relief effort – Washington D.C., April 9 (CNA) .- A collection initiated in January by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) to help victims of the catastrophic earthquake in

USCCB News

Share this article on Facebook What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Share this article on Facebook A fine brief moment of consolation – It has been a mucky week.  We have had to cope with the “filth” of which Papa Ratzinger spoke in his famous Stations of the Cross in 2005 shortly before his election. It

Share this article on Facebook An unusually good Newsweek piece about clerical sexual abuse – be sure to read – It is unusual to find something good in Newsweek but this is good. People have been charging that sexual abuse of children is somehow more prevalent among Catholics and

Share this article on Facebook Biased Media Coverage Logo – Whereas, there are cases in the past when highly placed officials of the Catholic Church have for whatever reason covered over clerical sexual abuse of children or they

Share this article on Facebook In justice to Card. O’Malley of Boston on the foot-washing issue – I received this from a reader: I thought I’d bring to your attention yesterday’s post on [Boston’s Archbishop] Cardinal O’Malley’s blog.   It seems every Holy Week the

Share this article on Facebook Of bulletpoints and wolves – Some bullet points about the California case with which APs and others continue to try to smear Pope Benedict.At the time, the CDF did not have competence in the cases

Share this article on Facebook QUAERITUR: renaming the sacred oils in the Latin Church – From a priest reader: When we brought home the oils from last night’s Chrism Mass, they were labeled SC, OS and OC.  Inquiries from the confused like me have yielded the

Share this article on Facebook RECENT POSTS OF INTEREST – Here are some recent posts of interest, which will scroll off the front page (I need a new template). But first… “Oremus Pro Pontifice” stuff and store An unusually

Share this article on Facebook Request to readers: good hashtags for Twitter about recent controversies – To readers who use Twitter: If some of you are paying attention to Twitter feeds about the topic of how the media is handling the recent round of controversies, or the

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