Catholic News Headlines July 31, 2010


Jul. 30, 7pm—Jul. 31, 7pm

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Share this article on Facebook Arkansas native devotes life to poor women in Thailand – Conway, Ark., Jul 31, 2010 / 01:15 pm ( CNA ).- Some people dream of making a difference in the world and others actually do it. Arkansas native Elizabeth Lachowsky

Share this article on Facebook Author Anne Rice repudiates Christianity ‘in the name of Christ’ – New York City, N.Y., Jul 31, 2010 / 08:01 am ( CNA ).- The author Anne Rice, who in 2008 announced that she had returned to the Catholic faith in which she was raised,

Share this article on Facebook Cardinal’s letter to China calls entire Church to holiness and unity, says Fr. Lombardi – Vatican City, Jul 31, 2010 / 10:56 am ( CNA/EWTN News ).- Reflecting on Cardinal Ivan Dias’ July letter to Chinese Catholic clergy, Vatican Radio director Fr. Federico

Share this article on Facebook Diocese of Peoria applauds reinstatement of Catholic professor – Peoria, Ill., Jul 31, 2010 / 06:14 pm ( CNA/EWTN News ).- The Diocese of Peoria praised the University of Illinois’ decision to reinstate Dr. Kenneth Howell, who had

Share this article on Facebook Former Swiss Guard reflects on 15 years of service – Rome, Italy, Jul 30, 2010 / 08:05 pm ( CNA/EWTN News ).- An interview with former Swiss Guard Joseph Schmidt, was released this week in which he addressed the meaning

Share this article on Facebook Newspaper: Damien of Molokai film from Vatican archives shows reality of the saint – Vatican City, Jul 31, 2010 / 03:58 pm ( CNA/EWTN News ).- A newly digitized 1950’s film on Fr. Damien of Molokai still offers a relevant message for today, remarked

Share this article on Facebook No members of Spanish committee on maternal health are pro-life, organization charges – Barcelona, Spain, Jul 30, 2010 / 09:58 pm ( CNA ).- The president of Professionals for Ethics (PPE) in Catalonia, Ramon Novella, denounced the government of the Spanish

Catholic Online > Home & Family

Share this article on Facebook Pray it Forward: Melanie Pritchard’s Miraculous Recovery – It all started out 7:00 a.m. Wednesday morning when Melanie Pritchard texted my wife Tina telling her that she was …

Catholic Spiritual Direction

Share this article on Facebook Self-knowledge and the spiritual life – Part II – In Part I, we discussed the problem of spiritual delusion and darkness as a consequence of the lack of a God-ward self-knowledge. The purpose of this awareness is simply

Faith and Family Live!

Share this article on Facebook Faith Makes Us Courageous – Tom and April Hoopes: User’s Guide to Sunday | Aug. 8 is the 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C, Cycle II). Saints Two friends of St. Francis celebrate their feast

Share this article on Facebook Family Travel and Staying Fit – Lisa Hendey: Join us for this week’s podcast! | This week on the Faith & Family Live Cast (click here to listen or click on the player above), Arwen, Danielle and Rachel

Share this article on Facebook Joyful, Joyful – Lisa Hendey: Enjoy this moment from this week’s TOB Congress | I was able to capture this special moment from the closing Mass at the National Theology of the Body

Share this article on Facebook Keeping House, Making 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:

New Liturgical Movement

Share this article on Facebook Spanish Bishop Celebrates Usus Antiquior Funeral – This Wednesday, 28 July, the Archbishop of Saragossa, H.E. Msgr. Manuel Ureña Pastor, proceeded to reinter the remains of the family of the counts of Aranda, which had

OSV Daily Take

Share this article on Facebook Shining a light into Anne Rice’s darkness – Following up on yesterday’s post about best-selling author Anne Rice “quitting” Christianity, here’s a great post from The Anchoress (Elizabeth Scalia), who takes on

Steve Ray

Share this article on Facebook On My Way to Steubenville – On my way to Franciscan University in Steubenville Ohio to talk about Holy Land pilgrimages at Defending the Faith conference. We have two pilgrimages with Franciscan

The Anchoress

Share this article on Facebook Christians, campaigns and CNN – As Deacon Greg rightly notes at his site : this is the sort of thing that gives Christianity a bad name. What a stupid, pointless, needlessly hurtful, thoughtless and

The Splendor of the Church

Share this article on Facebook ANG GALATIAN 2:11 BA AY MATIBAY NA EVIDENCIA LABAN SA INFALLIBILITY NG POPE? Part 2 – The Two Patron Saints of the Church of Rome: St. Peter of Galilee and St. Paul of Tarsus. One is the First Pope while the other is the greatest Biblical writer and

Share this article on Facebook KATANUNGAN HINGGIL SA BILANG NG MGA MALILIGTAS – The Saints in Heaven with God and the Lord Jesus at the center Don Neil Matugas July 29 at 2:23am father Abe: IT IS A SYMBOLIC NUMBER OF ALL THOSE WHO WILL BE SAVED.

Share this article on Facebook Why did Jesus always forbid his disciples from telling anyone about his miracles? – The Descent of the Holy Spirit upon Mary the Mother of Jesus and the Blessed Apostles on Pentecost Feast. Anonymous said… Gud pm Father! Why did Jesus always forbid

What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Share this article on Facebook 1st Vespers – For the tired brethren, no frills vespers from the older, traditional office, the Breviarium Romanum for 1st Vespers of the 10th Sunday after Pentecost.

Share this article on Facebook 31 July: St. Ignatius of Loyola – Church Militant – Here is the Martyrologium Romanum entry for this great saint and founder of the Society of Jesus. (To the right is my photo of the statue of St. Ignatius atop the

Share this article on Facebook Good news about a WDTPRSer – It is nice to get feedback and news about readers. From a reader: Joe of St. Therese posted today, July 30, 2010, that he has been accepted by the Order of Blessed

Share this article on Facebook Malware warning? – I received two emails today from readers who said that when they came to the blog, they received a “malware” warning. To my knowledge there is no malware on the page

Share this article on Facebook New Pres. of Pont. Council for Christian Unity: ad orientem… Latin – Our friends at Rorate have posted an excerpt of an interview with Archbp. Kurt Koch the new President of the Pont. Council for Christian Unity.  Here is an excerpt of

Share this article on Facebook RATS IN THE RECTORY! Of priests and rodents – I posted about the issue of the Hamster on the sidebar (yes, I actually wrote that sentence). Now I read about another priest with a rodent problem: rats in the rectory

Share this article on Facebook Sharia Law, our Catholic Identity, and the soul of Western Civilizaition – Benedict XVI has been engaged in a fight for the soul of Europe, but the scope of the war is far wider. Catholics have a role to play. I have often written about what I

Share this article on Facebook The Feeder Feed: two new birds – Action at the Feeder and elsewhere, today. Grosbeaks galore. I believe this is  new visitor.  I think it is Brewer’s Blackbird. I don’t think it is Common Grackle,

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