Catholic News Headlines January 14, 2011


Jan. 13, 7pm—Jan. 14, 7pm

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Share this article on Facebook Australian Catholics face long recovery from ‘worst-ever’ floods – Brisbane, Australia, Jan 14, 2011 / 12:51 am ( CNA/EWTN News ).- As floodwaters begin to recede in the urban center of Brisbane and other submerged areas, Catholic

Share this article on Facebook Boston archdiocese releases non-discrimination policy after school admittance controversy – Boston, Mass., Jan 14, 2011 / 02:41 am ( CNA ).- The Archdiocese of Boston has created a new Catholic schools admission policy in the wake of a controversy over a

Share this article on Facebook John Paul II named patron of 2011 World Youth Day – Madrid, Spain, Jan 14, 2011 / 02:59 pm ( CNA/EWTN News ).- The general coordinator of World Youth Day 2011 announced Jan 14 that John Paul II has been named patron of

Share this article on Facebook John Paul II’s beatification approved for May 1, Divine Mercy Sunday – Vatican City, Jan 14, 2011 / 10:55 am ( CNA/EWTN News ).- The much-anticipated beatification of Pope John Paul II will take place on May 1, the Sunday after Easter, the

Share this article on Facebook New European Union school calendar omits Christian holidays – Strasbourg, France, Jan 14, 2011 / 02:11 pm ( CNA ).- A 2011-2012 school calendar published by the European Union has omitted Christian holidays, while continuing to

Share this article on Facebook Pope appoints new bishops for Pennsylvania and Indiana dioceses – Vatican City, Jan 14, 2011 / 12:13 pm ( CNA/EWTN News ).- On Jan. 14, Pope Benedict XVI appointed two U.S. priests to receive consecration as bishops for the Diocese of

Share this article on Facebook Pope rejects plan to expel Neocatechumenal Way from Japan, will appoint delegate – Niigata, Japan, Jan 14, 2011 / 06:50 pm ( CNA/EWTN News ).- A papal delegate will soon be appointed to kick-start dialogue between the Japanese bishops and officials of

Share this article on Facebook Proposed legislation reacts to court ruling on Mt. Soledad Memorial Cross – San Diego, Calif., Jan 13, 2011 / 08:28 pm ( CNA ).- In response to a federal court’s ruling that the Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial Cross is unconstitutional, U.S. Rep.

Share this article on Facebook US Embassy to Vietnam sees progress in religious freedom despite anti-Catholic incidents – Hanoi, Vietnam, Jan 14, 2011 / 06:16 am ( CNA ).- A leaked U.S. State Department cable on religious freedom in Vietnam says the country has made progress and should not

Catholic Online > International News

Share this article on Facebook Pope John Paul II is now closer to Sainthood – The Vatican has announced that the late Pope John Paul II will be beatified this spring. The current pontiff, …

Catholic Online > U.S. News

Share this article on Facebook Injured congresswoman rebounds after shooting – In a remarkably rapid recovery, wounded Congresswoman Gabriella Giffords – who was shot in the head less than a …

CBCP News – Diocesan News

Share this article on Facebook LGU declares mining moratorium in Sibuyan island – SIBUYAN, Romblon, Jan. 14, 2011—Sibuyan Island’s provincial government has issued a moratorium in metallic mining in an effort to preserve the rich biodiversity of the

Creative Minority Report

Share this article on Facebook Mammoth Could be Reborn – The UK Telegraph reports: The woolly mammoth, extinct for thousands of years, could be brought back to life in as little as four years thanks to a breakthrough in

Share this article on Facebook This is Palin Derangement Syndrome – This is one of the weirdest things I’ve ever seen. Some nuts edited a video of Sarah Palin breathing. Yeah, I’m serious. They edited out every time she took a breath or

Share this article on Facebook Woman Desecrates Host, Ticketed for Trespassing – You know there’s a looooooong history to a story like this. But here’s the upshot as it’s being reported. A priest had a mother and her daughter ticketed by police for

Share this article on Facebook Your Charity Are All Belong To Us… – “But a certain Samaritan, as he traveled, came where he was. When he saw him, he was moved with compassion, came to him, and said ‘Sorry, but city regulations prevent me

EWTN News

Share this article on Facebook Benedict XVI Will Beatify John Paul II On 1 May – VATICAN CITY, 14 JAN 2011 (VIS) – On 1 May, the second Sunday of Easter and Divine Mercy Sunday, Benedict XVI will preside at the rite of beatification for John Paul II

Share this article on Facebook Decrees Of The Congregation For The Causes Of Saints – VATICAN CITY, 14 JAN 2011 (VIS) – Today, during a private audience with Cardinal Angelo Amato S.D.B., prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, the Pope

Share this article on Facebook January 16: World Day Of Migrants And Refugees – On January 16, the Church will observe the 97th World Day of Migrants and Refugees, a commemoration instituted by St. Pius X. Pope Benedict’s brief message for the day

Share this article on Facebook Papal Audiences for Jan 14 – VATICAN CITY, 14 JAN 2011 (VIS) – The Holy Father today received in separate audiences: – Cardinal Angelo Amato S.D.B., prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of

Share this article on Facebook Pontifical Acts for Jan 14 – VATICAN CITY, 14 JAN 2011 (VIS) – The Holy Father: – Appointed Fr. Christopher J. Coyne of the clergy of the archdiocese of Boston, U.S.A., pastor of the parish of St.

Share this article on Facebook Report Documents Persecution Of Christians In Indonesia – Theophilus Bela, president of the Jakarta Christian Communication Forum and secretary general of the Indonesian Committee of Religions for Peace, has prepared a report

Share this article on Facebook Support For Families, Elderly People And The Unemployed – VATICAN CITY, 14 JAN 2011 (VIS) – This morning in the Vatican, the Pope received Gianni Alemanno, mayor of the City of Rome; Renata Polverini, president of the Region of

Faith and Family Live!

Share this article on Facebook Christmas Storing – Arwen Mosher: Is yours done yet? | Now that we’re back into Ordinary Time, it’s confession time. Here’s mine: although December 25th was almost three weeks ago, we STILL

Share this article on Facebook I Say, You Say – Dr. Ray Guarendi: Who Gets the Last Word? | Q. No matter what I say, my 12-year-old son always has a comeback. What do you do with kids who always have to have the last

Share this article on Facebook John Paul II to Be Beatified – Danielle Bean: | Well, this just puts a smile on my face this morning (from Edward Pentin): “Pope Benedict XVI has today promulgated a decree recognising a miracle took

Share this article on Facebook Living and Learning – Danielle Bean: Coffee Talk: Education | (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 New You and Social Media – Lisa Hendey: Join us for this week’s podcast | This week on the podcast (click here to listen or click on the player above), Danielle, Elizabeth and I discuss our goals

Fallible Blogma

Share this article on Facebook Life Outside the Womb When You’re 12 oz. 10 in. – Audrey was born at 25 weeks. This video (below) is neat because it gives a glimpse of the human person – who is normally still developing inside the mother’s womb at

JIMMY AKIN.ORG

Share this article on Facebook Pope Challenges Big Bang Theory! – Yes! It’s true! If you believe all the nonsense there is on the Internet. Take for example, this story from NBC’s station WTHR and it’s “Eyewitness News” team: Pope

Kresta In The Afternoon

Share this article on Facebook Cartoon of the Day – BLAMING PALIN

Share this article on Facebook Outrage of the Day – Child Suspended for Wearing Rosary

Share this article on Facebook Today on Kresta – January 14, 2011 – Talking about the “things that matter most” on Jan. 14 4:00 – The Arizona Shootings and Political Rhetoric Headlines read “Shooting in Arizona May Soften U.S. Political

LifeNews.com

Share this article on Facebook Abortion Advocates Concerned Filibuster Reform Hurts Them – When it comes to plans to reform the way in which filibusters work in the Senate, one group that stands to lose the most is mounting some opposition to the idea.

Share this article on Facebook Michael Steele Drops Out of Republican Chair Race, Priebus Leads – Republican Party officials gave their first through fourth round ballots to Reince Priebus to potentially replace embattled chairman Michael Steele as the party and

Share this article on Facebook Michigan Planned Parenthood Meets Opposition to Auburn Hills Abortion Ctr – Michigan pro-life advocates are continuing their opposition to Planned Parenthood’s plans to put together a new abortion center in Auburn Hills. Residents of the area

Share this article on Facebook NARAL Report Gives America D Grade For Limiting Abortions – A prominent abortion advocacy group released a state-by-state report on the status of state laws on abortion heading into the 2011 legislative session, and it says

Share this article on Facebook New Hampshire to Consider Parental Notification on Abortion – The New Hampshire legislature will once again consider legislation to allow parents to know when their minor daughters are considering an abortion — a topic that has

Share this article on Facebook New York Figures: Abortion Not Rare, Used as Birth Control – The most populous city in the nation is also the most deadly for unborn babies. The New York City Department of Health recently reported that a startling 41 percent of

Share this article on Facebook Pro-Life Advocates Making Final Plans for March for Life – Across the nation, local pro-life advocates young and old are making plans to attend the 2011 March for Life, where hundreds of thousands will gather to mark opposition

Share this article on Facebook Pro-Life Reince Priebus Leads Second Round in RNC Chair Race – Republican Party officials gave their first and second round ballots to Reince Priebus to potentially replace embattled chairman Michael Steele as the party and pro-life

Share this article on Facebook Republican Party Selects Pro-Life Reince Priebus as New Chair – Republican Party officials gave their votes, after several rounds of balloting, to Reince Priebus to replace embattled chairman Michael Steele as the party and pro-life

Share this article on Facebook Seventy Five Percent of Americans Want Obamacare Law Changed – A new poll finds 75 percent of Americans say they want the Obamacare law that prompts abortion-funding and rationing concerns changed. The question they differ on is how

Share this article on Facebook Steele Drops Out of Republican Chair Race, Pro-Life Priebus Leads – Republican Party officials gave their first through sixth round ballots to Reince Priebus to potentially replace embattled chairman Michael Steele as the party and

Share this article on Facebook Walk for Life West Coast Expects 35,000 Pro-Life People – Organizers expect more than 35,000 peaceful pro-life activists for the rally at Justin Herman Plaza and walk along the Embarcadero to Marina Green at the annual West

LifeSiteNews.com

Share this article on Facebook Arrested pro-life student to fellow youth: Consider dedicating your life to pro-life – by John Jalsevac January 13, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The ongoing battle between Canadian universities and pro-life students reached an unprecedented crescendo last

Share this article on Facebook Celebrating life with joy in Omaha Nebraska – by John-Henry Westen I’m writing from Omaha after having flown in last night to speak at the Celebration of Life Dinner this evening.  At the airport I was met by Steve

Share this article on Facebook Intro to news – by The Editors Check out new “overpopulation is a myth” t-shirt design contest! – Kathleen Gilbert Jocelyn Downie planning to spin truth about euthanasia at McGill Univ.

Share this article on Facebook The modern town and birth control – by Patrick B. Craine Have you ever considered the impact that urbanization and industrialism have had on our culture’s attitudes on life and family? In his book The

Living His Life Abundantly

Share this article on Facebook JPII Could be Beatified as Early as May 1 – By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist Pope Benedict XVI has approved the miracle required to beatify Pope John Paul II and, pending confirmation from the Vatican, is

Share this article on Facebook Lawmakers Set to Launch Major Investigation into Obama Policies – By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist The new majority in the U. S. House is determined to leave no stone unturned in its investigation of some of the most divisive

Share this article on Facebook Prestigious Journal Article Confirms ella is Abortifacient – By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist  The January issue of the prestigious Annals of Pharmacotherapy contains an important article in which the author confirms the

Share this article on Facebook Vanderbilt Alters Nursing Application After Abortion Requirement Protest – By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist In response to a legal complaint filed against the school for demanding that all nursing school students participate in

New Liturgical Movement

Share this article on Facebook Anglican Ordinariate News – There is plenty going on around the Anglican Ordinariate these days, including yesterday’s historic ordination of three former Anglican bishops (John Broadhurst, Andrew

Share this article on Facebook Glory Be To God for the Brompton Oratory – This posting is a link through to the arts and faith quarterly, Dappled Things . I was asked to write about an occasion when I had been affected by the beauty of a

Share this article on Facebook January 14th: Prophet Malachi

Share this article on Facebook Two Lectures by Martin Mosebach – GERMAN NOVELIST RETURNS TO U.S. FOR PRESENTATIONS ON CATHOLIC MASS New York, NY, January 13, 2010 – Martin Mosebach, celebrated German novelist and essayist, returns to

OSV Daily Take

Share this article on Facebook John Paul II beatification set for May 1 – Pope John Paul II will be beatified, taking the next step toward formal sainthood, during a ceremony in Rome on May 1, Divine Mercy Sunday. Millions are expected to

Steve Ray

Share this article on Facebook Join us in Rome for Beatification of Pope John Paul II – I am taking a pilgrimage group to Rome for the beatification of John Paul II. This once in a lifetime trip will fill up very fast. More info soon. Call Suzanne at

Share this article on Facebook Updated SuperFoods Chart & Progress on Health – I POSTED THIS TWO YEARS AGO. We had made New Year’s resolutions on January 1, 2009 to get healthy and stay fit. By the grace of God and the encouragement of family we

Stories From the Heart

Share this article on Facebook #330 – Mary’s Prayer – “Stories from the Heart” is a daily radio program which features Catholic inspirational stories. The stories are uplifting, bringing the heart and soul closer to God. Each show is around 14 minutes.

The Anchoress

Share this article on Facebook How to Grow a Priest & Personal Stories – For Vocation Awareness Week , it’s worth looking again at Pat Gohn’s excellent piece, How to Grow a Priest : Here’s something I learned a little too late in life:

Share this article on Facebook Stars and the Excess of Clarity – Spent some time stargazing a while back, when I couldn’t sleep. No telescope, just the naked eye, a dark neighborhood and a willingness to wonder. I was digesting a bit

USCCB News

Share this article on Facebook Bishops See Their Work Supported In – WASHINGTON ( January 14, 2011 )—Two separate marriage initiatives in February affirm the priority of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) to support

Share this article on Facebook Pope Names Pennsylvania Priest Bishop of Altoona-Johnstown, Accepts Resignation Of Bishop Adamec, Names Indianapolis Auxiliary – WASHINGTON (January 14, 2011) – Pope Benedict XVI named Msgr. Mark L. Bartchak, a priest of the Diocese of Erie, Pennsylvania, bishop of the Diocese of

What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Share this article on Facebook Coincidence by date: 1 May – Concerning the 1 May Beatification of John Paul II. A reader sent the following: May 1st the prayers for Santo Subito will be rejoiced The Universal Church will lift up

Share this article on Facebook Floods: pray for people in Australia, Sri Lanke, Brazil – Many terrible things happen to people in this vale of tears. I have seen a few film clips of the flooding in Australia.  I heard that the flooding has affected a vast

Share this article on Facebook Observations about the speed of some causes for beatification – In the combox of this blog some people are expressing confusion or dismay about the rapid beatification of Ven. John Paul II. As you know, it was announced that the

Share this article on Facebook QUAERITUR: How can a new deacon learn his role in a Solemn TLM? – From a reader: Fr. Z, my dad has recently been ordained to the permanent diaconate; however, he was never instructed in the Extraordinary Form. Are there detailed

Share this article on Facebook Ven. Nelson Baker – Among the various decrees promulgated by His Holiness was that confirming the heroic virtues of an American priest: – le virtù eroiche del Servo di Dio Nelson Baker,

Share this article on Facebook WDTPRS 2nd Ordinary Sunday: the vicissitudes of this world roar over us like an inexorable wave – We must have a quick glance at the translations for the Collect in the Ordinary Form’s observance of the 2nd Sunday of Ordinary Time. LATIN TEXT (2002MR): Omnipotens

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