Catholic News Headlines October 24, 2010


Oct. 23, 7pm—Oct. 24, 7pm

Catholic News Agency

Share this article on Facebook Bishop Tobin says faith community must engage secular society – Newton, Mass., Oct 24, 2010 / 01:12 pm ( CNA ).- Beige is a good color to paint a house, but not for practicing the Christian faith, said Providence Bishop Thomas J.

Share this article on Facebook Canadian bishop urges citizens to vote wisely in upcoming elections – Toronto, Canada, Oct 24, 2010 / 06:07 pm ( CNA ).- Archbishop Thomas Collins of Toronto urged citizens to vote “conscientiously” on Oct. 25 in the city’s municipal

Share this article on Facebook Middle East Church leaders seek common Easter – Vatican City, Oct 24, 2010 / 07:46 am ( CNA/EWTN News ).- Church leaders in the Middle East are asking for an end to separate Easter and Christmas holidays among

Share this article on Facebook Next meeting of world bishops to focus on ‘new evangelization,’ Pope announces – Vatican City, Oct 24, 2010 / 11:26 am ( CNA/EWTN News ).- Declaring that the Church exists in order to evangelize, the Holy Father announced on Sunday that the next

Share this article on Facebook Pope closes Middle East Synod with impassioned call for peace – Vatican City, Oct 24, 2010 / 03:46 pm ( CNA/EWTN News ).- Peace is possible and urgent in the Middle East, where wars, violence and terrorism have gone on for “too

Share this article on Facebook St. Alonso Rodriguez, seeker of God in humble work, remembered Oct. 30 – CNA STAFF, Oct 24, 2010 / 05:16 am ( CNA ).- On October 30, two days before the major feast of All Saints, the Catholic Church will honor a man whose humble occupation

Catholic Online > Home & Family

Share this article on Facebook 30th Sunday. The Happy Priest: I am a Sinner, You are a Sinner. – The Pharisee in this Sunday’s gospel narrative did not go to the temple to pray but to tell …

Share this article on Facebook The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass: ‘The Eucharist is More Than Just A Meal’ – ‘The Eucharist is far more than just a meal; it has cost a death to provide it, and the majesty of death …

Creative Minority Report

Share this article on Facebook Backin’ Up–My Daddy Taught Me Good – This story is being promoted from the Creative Minority Reader. Friend O’CMR Marcel at Aggie Catholics had this the other day. Matthew’s kids have been singing it ever

Share this article on Facebook What Could Possibly Go Wrong? – Uh oh. There is a horror movie coming out called Case #39. This story, Proposition #39, is much much much scarier. Proposition 39 coming out of the Special Assembly for

JIMMY AKIN.ORG

Share this article on Facebook Low-Carb Home Fries: The Motion Picture!

LifeNews.com

Share this article on Facebook Breast Cancer Surgeon Explains How Abortion Elevates Risk for Women – Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) — As breast cancer awareness month winds down, one leading breast cancer surgeon and professor has written a full explanation of one of

Share this article on Facebook Early Voting in Colorado, Nevada Strongly Favors Pro-Life Republican Candidates – Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) — The early voting in Colorado and Nevada — two of the top battleground states in the 2010 midterm congressional elections — appears to

Share this article on Facebook Eighth-Month Forced Abortion in China Causes Stir as Victims Speak Out – Beijing, China (LifeNews.com) — The victims of a recent forced abortion are speaking out to the media about a recent forced abortion that involved a woman in her eight

Share this article on Facebook Media, Skeptics Miss Rick Santorum’s Pro-Life Values on Abortion, Family – The media missed the real story, once again.

Share this article on Facebook Philosophers Debate Abortion on Ivy League Campus as Baby in Audience Cries – Princeton, NJ (LifeNews.com/CFAM) — A baby’s cry, piercing the air from the back of an Ivy League academic hall, offered a disquieting counterpoint to a startling

Share this article on Facebook Pro-Life Groups Tell United Nations: Don’t Push for International Abortion – New York, NY (LifeNews.com/CFAM) — A joint brief submitted this week criticizes a UN committee’s abuse of authority amid a back-door push for international abortion

New Liturgical Movement

Share this article on Facebook Compendium of the Reforms of the Roman Breviary, 1568 – 1961: Part 9.1 – The Simplified Rubrics of 1955 – In his History of the Roman Breviary , Msgr. Batiffol correctly notes that “the tendency to multiply the festivals of saints will always be found to exert more power,

Share this article on Facebook New Deacons for the Franciscans of the Immaculate – Today, H.E. Msgr. Velasio de Paolis, Titular Archbishop of Thelepte, President of the Prefecture for the Economic Affairs of the Holy See and to be created Cardinal at

Steve Ray

Share this article on Facebook “When will the next Footprints of God DVD come out?” – I get this question every day. We have finished 7 out of the projected 10. You can see and purchase our finished documentaries here . They make great Christmas presents,

Share this article on Facebook Pilgrimage Day 2: Transfiguration, Cana, Lunch, Primacy & Beatitudes

Share this article on Facebook Zoom into Israel – Cool site! – Since we are now here with our group, I thought you might like to take a virtual tour of Jerusalem’s Old City. I run around the walls of the city almost every day. This

The Anchoress

Share this article on Facebook “Recognized as a House of Prayer” – Earlier this month , Sr. Mary Catharine of Jesus, OP shared some wonderful insights into the value and meaning of the religious habit and wrote: The experience of one’s

The Splendor of the Church

Share this article on Facebook Anglican Ordinariate will help restore Anglo-Catholic patrimony to universal Church, writer says – Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman London, England, October 21 ( CNA ) .- Speculating about the future of Anglicanism, a Catholic Church observer in England says that

Share this article on Facebook How did St. Ignatius of Antioch Congtribute to the Sacred Traditon of the Church? – St. Ignatius of Antioch, dying in martyrdom… fed to the lions at the Coliseum of Rome during the Roman Persecutions of the Catholic Church. Anonymous said… how did

What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Share this article on Facebook APNews: “Catholic bloggers aim to purge dissenters” – From Townhall comes this: Catholic bloggers aim to purge dissenters APNews Pressure is on to change the Roman Catholic Church in America, but it’s not coming from the

Share this article on Facebook Bishop assaulted in Canada – I suspect this sort of thing is going to happen more and more frequently. From CBC: B.C. bishop severely beaten One person is in custody after the Roman Catholic bishop

Share this article on Facebook POLL: Halloween costumes in church next Sunday at Mass – A priest reader sent a suggestion for a WDTPRS POLL. Next Sunday coincides with the Eve of All Hallows.  A “hallow” is an old word for “saint”. For the sake of this

Share this article on Facebook QUAERITUR: Masses for dead Protestants – From a reader: I was reading your post regarding “Masses for things instead of for people”. I remeber reading The Prophecies of Anne Catherine Emmerich, and reading

Share this article on Facebook QUAERITUR: Old Rituale Romanum and “churching” of women – From a deacon: May God Bless you for your work. I will be traveling home for Thanksgiving break to Baptize my twin brother’s newborn son. He and his wife are faithful,

Share this article on Facebook Some critics of the new translations: “radioactively cynical” – Over at First Things Fr. Rutler has some comments about the new translation and liturgy in general. Here are a few excerpts. We join him in medias res with my emphases

Share this article on Facebook The 2012 Synod of Bishop will focus on… – From CNS comes this news.  Woo hoo. Next synod theme: New evangelization October 24, 2010 by John Thavis VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict announced today that he’s chosen

Share this article on Facebook WDTPRS: 22nd Sunday after Pentecost – the curial cage match – This week’s Collect is an ancient prayer, found in the 9th century Liber sacramentorum Augustodunensis (Augustodunum is the ancient Roman name for Autun, France) on the

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