Catholic News Headlines Feb. 28, 2010


Feb. 27, 7pm—Feb. 28, 7pm

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Share this article on Facebook Church to celebrate feast of American millionaire turned religious sister – CNA STAFF, Feb 28, 2010 / 04:48 am ( CNA ).- On Wednesday, March 3, the universal Church celebrates the feast of St. Katharine Drexel, a Philadelphia heiress who

Share this article on Facebook Edith Stein conference explores dignity of women – South Bend, Ind., Feb 28, 2010 / 02:36 pm ( CNA ).- The dignity and vocation of women and men were once again the focus of the fifth annual Edith Stein Project

Share this article on Facebook Lenten spiritual exercises show importance of a ‘listening heart,’ Pope comments – Vatican City, Feb 28, 2010 / 07:25 pm ( CNA ).- Following the final meditation of a week of Lenten spiritual exercises, Pope Benedict XVI addressed the Roman Curia on

Share this article on Facebook Pope Benedict calls for end to anti-Christian violence in Iraq – Vatican City, Feb 28, 2010 / 03:30 pm ( CNA ).- After the Angelus on Sunday, the Holy Father exhorted the international community to do “everything possible” to give

Share this article on Facebook Pope Benedict prays for Chilean earthquake victims – Vatican City, Feb 28, 2010 / 11:55 am ( CNA ).- After the Angelus on Sunday, the Holy Father directed his words to the population of Chile and victims of its massive

Share this article on Facebook The Transfiguration shows that Jesus alone guides us, Pope Benedict teaches – Vatican City, Feb 28, 2010 / 11:43 am ( CNA ).- Before the Angelus on the second Sunday of Lent, the Holy Father spoke about the Transfiguration. He explained that

Share this article on Facebook Two years after World Youth Day, Sydney sees upsurge in vocations and ordinations – Sydney, Australia, Feb 28, 2010 / 08:02 am ( CNA ).- A record number of men are entering seminary for the Archdiocese of Sydney and up to six men will be ordained to the

Creative Minority Report

Share this article on Facebook A Prayer from the Living – This is truly life affirming beautiful writing by Doctor Zero at Hot Air . Check it out: The body of actor Andrew Koenig was found in Vancouver’s Stanley Park yesterday.

Share this article on Facebook Pocahontavatar – Well done and point made! CFV 426 – Avatar/Pocahontas Mashup FINAL VERSION from Randy Szuch on Vimeo . ht Hotair

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Share this article on Facebook Sushi . . . In . . . Spaaaaaaaaace!!! – Okay, I’ve been writing all day on deadline, and it’s late Saturday night, but in fulfillment of my resolution to blog at least something every day in Lent (except

New Liturgical Movement

Share this article on Facebook Pontifical Mass in Copenhagen, Denmark – In late December we reported on a Solemn Pontifical Mass which was to be celebrated in Denmark by the Bishop of Copenhagen, Mgr. Czeslaw Kozon, in the Cathedral of St.

Share this article on Facebook St. Leo the Great (d. 461 AD) on the Transfiguration – “J esus took Peter and James and his brother John, and ascending a very high mountain with them apart, showed them the brightness of His glory; because, although they

Share this article on Facebook Stational Churches of Lent: Second Sunday in Lent – Station: Santa Maria in Domnica [We only just recently showed this particular minor basilica, and it was in fact this church which set off the idea of covering the

Share this article on Facebook The Transfiguration and the Mass – Fr. McDonald at Southern Orders offers a homily on the Transfiguration and how it sheds light on our understanding of the Mass. Our lives as Catholics are intimately

OSV Daily Take

Share this article on Facebook From Olympic skater to Franciscan Sister – By Mary DeTurris PoustWith Olympic-mania hitting fever pitch right now as the U.S. and Canada take to the ice to compete for hockey gold, here’s an Olympic story that

What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Share this article on Facebook “Everything’s up to date in ancient Romaaaaa!” – From the Laudator: Frederic De Forest Allen, quoted by J.B. Greenough in Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 9 (1898) 31:We call the Romans ancient, but when they

Share this article on Facebook “So long as its valid, we can do what we want! Right?” – Some people think that so long as Mass is valid, that the minimal elements of valid matter and valid form are used, we ought to be able to change all the other elements

Share this article on Facebook HOCKEY for GOLD! – It’s hockey …day… in Canada! GO USA! Post from: WDTPRS HOCKEY for GOLD! Post from: WDTPRS HOCKEY for GOLD!

Share this article on Facebook Pray for a homeless soul who is home at last – From my friend John Sonnen in Roma: Rome has many famous faces and when this poor fellow passed away in October of 2009 it was in the newspapers. Angelo was the famous

Share this article on Facebook The “Austen Hermeneutic”: Old Mass v New Mass – There is a fun post over at St. Louis Catholic: If today’s faithful Catholic is represented by Elizabeth Bennet, bright, hopeful and coming of age, then the liturgical

Share this article on Facebook The Perfect Priest – The entry here reminded me of an old chestnut about a chain letter: The Perfect Priest The results of a computerized survey indicate the perfect priest preaches exactly

Share this article on Facebook Tsunami effect – With a biretta tip    o{]:¬)    to Team Rubicon, here is NOAA:   Post from: WDTPRS Tsunami effect Post from: WDTPRS Tsunami effect

Share this article on Facebook WDTPRS – 2nd Sunday of Lent – “Prayer over the people” (2002MR) – In the 2002 edition of the Missale Romanum the traditional Lenten “Prayer over the people” has been revived.  It can be used now in Latin. ORATIO SUPER POPULUM: Benedic,

Share this article on Facebook WDTPRS – 2nd Sunday of Lent – COLLECT (2002MR) – COLLECT – ICEL (1973 translation of the 1970MR): God our Father, help us to hear your Son. Enlighten us with your word, that we may find the way to your glory. LATIN

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