Catholic News Headlines November 13 and 14, 2010


Nov. 12, 7pm—Nov. 14, 7pm

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Share this article on Facebook Arkansas priest heard the call of God in early childhood – Little Rock, Ark., Nov 14, 2010 / 01:06 pm ( CNA ).- Father Donald Murrin, SVD, pastor of St. Peter Church and St. Raphael Church in Pine Bluff, Arkansas never wavered

Share this article on Facebook At Angelus, Pope encourages Haitian and Iraqi disaster victims – Vatican City, Nov 14, 2010 / 11:46 am ( CNA/EWTN News ).- Benedict XVI noted several special causes for prayer after he recited the Angelus at noon on Nov. 14. He

Share this article on Facebook Cardinal calls Spain to put Pope’s message into practice – Madrid, Spain, Nov 12, 2010 / 10:02 pm ( CNA ).- In a recent message, Cardinal Lluis Martinez Sistach of Barcelona, Spain emphasized the importance of Pope Benedict

Share this article on Facebook Catholics to celebrate St. Elizabeth of Hungary, princess who embraced poverty – CNA STAFF, Nov 14, 2010 / 07:51 am ( CNA ).- On Nov. 17, the Catholic Church will celebrate the life and example of St. Elizabeth of Hungary, a medieval noblewoman who

Share this article on Facebook Christian tradition can purify new forms of communication, Pope explains – Vatican City, Nov 13, 2010 / 11:41 am ( CNA/EWTN News ).- New forms of communication must be humanizing or they will increase “confusion and solitude” among their users,

Share this article on Facebook Converting Anglican bishop says papal action changed the landscape – Richborough, England, Nov 14, 2010 / 06:45 pm ( CNA ).- The Anglican Bishop of Richborough told his flock that he plans to become Catholic because Pope Benedict XVI’s

Share this article on Facebook Diocesan schools in Biloxi establish guidelines regarding bullying – Biloxi, Miss., Nov 13, 2010 / 01:15 pm ( CNA ).- In accordance with a new Mississippi law, diocesan schools are working to establish guidelines regarding bullying and

Share this article on Facebook Injured from Baghdad cathedral attack brought to Rome for treatment – Rome, Italy, Nov 13, 2010 / 04:30 pm ( CNA/EWTN News ).- A total of 26 of those injured in terrorist attacks on Baghad’s Our Lady of Deliverance Church on Oct. 31 have

Share this article on Facebook Pope Benedict notes agriculture’s importance on Italy’s Thanksgiving Day – Vatican City, Nov 14, 2010 / 04:01 pm ( CNA/EWTN News ).- Giving thanks to God for “the fruit of the earth and of human work,” Pope Benedict has called agriculture an

Share this article on Facebook Proposed Catholic-Reformed agreement on Baptism would be ‘milestone’ – Washington D.C., Nov 13, 2010 / 06:18 pm ( CNA ).- A new accord between U.S. Catholic leaders and Reformed churches would be a “milestone in the ecumenical journey” and

Share this article on Facebook US bishops hold exorcism training prior to fall meeting – Washington D.C., Nov 13, 2010 / 08:06 am ( CNA ).- The U.S. bishops are sponsoring a two-day exorcism training in order to teach more priests how to perform the rite.

Catholic Online > Home & Family

Share this article on Facebook 33d Sunday: Be Not Afraid! Happy Priest on the Hope of the Second Coming – During his long pontificate, Pope John Paul II called us to the new evangelization, and he urged us to set our …

Share this article on Facebook And With Your Spirit: Happy Priest on Preparing for the New Translation of the Mass – At the root of our present liturgical crisis within the ordinary form of the Roman Rite is not the form in and of …

Catholic Online > U.S. News

Share this article on Facebook Opinion: New TSA Security Measures Go Too Far: Seen Naked or ‘Enhanced’ Pat-Down? I’ll Drive, Thanks – The reports concerning the Transportation Security Administration’s new airport security …

Catholic Online > Video > Most Popular

Share this article on Facebook Nov 13 – Homily: Seek the Faithful Virgin – We must turn to the Virgin of perfect faith, asking for the grace to serve God in faith until our last day. Ave Maria! St. Frances Xavier Cabrini – Mass: OF, – Readings:

Creative Minority Report

Share this article on Facebook Fr. Barron on Hereafter

Share this article on Facebook WaPo: Obama Should Be a One-Termer – You’ve got to know that the White House is in a tizzy about this editorial. Shocking is the word that comes to mind. Granted that it’s by moderate Democrats Pat Caddell

Faith and Family Live!

Share this article on Facebook Bleg for My Sweetie – Danielle Bean: Please take a 2-minute survey! | My husband and a colleague of his are designing a multi-media middle school science course for homeschooling families.

Share this article on Facebook Christ The Mirror – Rebecca Teti: on Bl. Marguerite d’Oignt | Have you noticed the Holy Father has been doing a series of Audiences on women saints? This week he took a break to reflect on

Share this article on Facebook How’s the Laundry Looking? – 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 This Day God Gives Me – Lisa Hendey: A song for Saturday | This week, we revisit one of our favorites – L’Angelus – with a live performance of a beautiful favorite.  As we prepare to celebrate

Share this article on Facebook Tip of My Tongue – Rebecca Teti: | Last Spring I was having dinner in New York with my aunt and her cousin. I was relaying some anecdote and got stuck on a word. In my head I knew what I

New Liturgical Movement

Share this article on Facebook Mohrmann Translation of the Roman Breviary – I have a spare copy of The Roman Breviary: An Approved English Translation complete in one volume from the official text of the Breviarium Romanum authorized by the Holy

Patrick Madrid

Share this article on Facebook An Apologetics Primer on Explaining the Communion of Saints to Protestants – Every Sunday, millions of Christians around the world recite the Creed, professing their belief in the “communion of saints.” Few realize the importance of this phrase,

Steve Ray

Share this article on Facebook Mount Vesuvius & Pompeii – Incredible and expansive ruins of Roman Pompeii near modern Naples Italy. Mount Vesuvius blew it’s top five miles away and dumped over 15 feet of ash and pumice biting

Share this article on Facebook Pope’s Blessing, Catacombs & more! What a day! – First full day in Rome. Our group had a great day. I’ve captured it on video so you can share it with us. Started out with a great breakfast before our tour of the

Share this article on Facebook Protesting TSAs Naked Scanners and Invasive Patdowns – PILOTS, PASSENGERS RAGE AT NEW NAKED SCANNERS, PATDOWNS… I will join them! Click to view story:

Share this article on Facebook Roughing it in Pompeii – Lunch in Pompeii. We’re roughing it on this portion of our pilgrimage.

Share this article on Facebook Sick of Sloppy RCIA Materials? – The 60’s are over! All the watershed they left behind should be thrown away. You don’t have to have sloppy, watered-down, fuzzy, quasi-Catholic RCIA material any more.

The Anchoress

Share this article on Facebook Exquisite! – Via dotcommonweal , noting the passing of composer Henryk Górecki (and also via the Digitalnun Daily which I urge you to subscribe to. This is heart-stoppingly

Share this article on Facebook Like Sgt Schultz, I know nothing! – For those of you looking for Gateway Pundit and heading over here to ask me about it, the answer is, I am so much in my own little world and busy with my own work that I

Share this article on Facebook Out of Iraq: the Gospel Message Writ Large – UPDATED – Our Lady of Salvation Church, Iraq In the gospels, Our Lord made it very clear that to claim His salvation and his Name was to put oneself at odds with the world. His

The Splendor of the Church

Share this article on Facebook COMMENT ON GERRY SOLIMAN’S COMMENT ON TIM PERRY by Bro. Marwil Llasos, O.P. – Mary for the Evangelicals by Dr. Tim Perry, Ph.D. [his photo inset] Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable

Share this article on Facebook REFUTING A PROTESTANT CLAIM THAT CATHOLIC TEACHING IS COMPLICATED – Text of an Old Catechism depicting through art the Creation Narrative. Dax Lagos said… Father Abe good day. Please comment on this: “You Catholics are so complicated.

What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Share this article on Facebook A forgotten award – His Hermeneuticalness reminded me of a great award for certain bishops. In this case, Fr. Finigan awarded it to Bp. Robert Morlino of Madison, WI. Good award.  Good

Share this article on Facebook Holy Father speak on use of the internet and then … LITURGY – The Holy Father made some comments about the use of the internet. From AFP: VATICAN CITY (AFP) – Pope Benedict XVI on Saturday warned that the Internet does not make

Share this article on Facebook Mary’s ultrasound – I saw this poster in a Catholic parish in London: This is going to annoy some people. I love it.

Share this article on Facebook QUAERITUR: Our “presider” for this “liturgy” … as “we” pray the Eucharistic Prayer… – From a reader: Today at Mass, the lector introduced Father as the “presider.” Is it more proper to call the priest a presider or a celebrant? And Father said, “As we

Share this article on Facebook Saturday: Heading into London, again – I am feeling well enough to head into town for a while. I’ll probably find a bite and then go either to the V&A or perhaps the National Gallery for the Canaletto

Share this article on Facebook Thank you – I love this photo. Korean War Vets.

Share this article on Facebook The more things change… – When I visited the offices of The Catholic Herald yesterday, I had a chance to see bound and archived editions of the paper from yesteryear.  I took a look at the paper

Share this article on Facebook Video about St. Michael’s Abbey, Norbertines in California – I really admire the way some traditional groups are using new technology to get the word out about their communities, their apostolates and their products by which they

Share this article on Facebook WDTPRS Collect 33rd Sunday of Ordinary Time: devotion – COLLECT – (2002MR): Da nobis, quaesumus, Domine Deus noster, in tua semper devotione gaudere, quia perpetua est et plena felicitas, si bonorum omnium iugiter serviamus

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