Catholic News Headlines December 31, 2010

Dec. 30, 7pm—Dec. 31, 7pm

Creative Minority Report

Share this article on Facebook Dude!! Dumbest Story Of The Day – What some women will do for a sale!! A WOMAN staged her abduction just to see if her husband would pay £20,000 to get her back. But she was arrested in the car park of a

Share this article on Facebook Union Protests, Baby Dies – This is the most disgusting story I’ve ever read. I’m horrified that this occurred. Horrified. A newborn baby died in New York City because some city workers wanted to

Faith and Family Live!

Share this article on Facebook How Do You Celebrate? – Rebecca Teti: share your new year’s customs | Happy New Year! How will you ring in the new year this evening—or will you? I have to confess New Year’s Eve is not an

Share this article on Facebook School Rules – 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 Seventh Day of Christmas – Rebecca Teti: art & song for all twelve days | Huron Carol ’Twas in the moon of wintertime, When all the birds had fled, That mighty Gitchi Manitou Sent angel choirs

Share this article on Facebook Democrat Who Started Latest Death Panels Row Regrets Email – The Democrat who started the latest national debate over the inclusion of so-called “death panels” by the Obama administration into federal regulations now regrets doing

Share this article on Facebook GOP Chair Candidate Cino: I’m Pro-Life, But Helped Pro-Abortion Group – Republican Party chairman candidate Maria Cino became the final candidate for the national party chairman position to interview with the Susan B. Anthony List, a

Share this article on Facebook Hollywood Celebs Helped Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz in 2010 – The Planned Parenthood abortion business reported making more than $1 billion in income in 2010, but they achieved that with a little help from their Hollywood friends.

Share this article on Facebook MTV: Call It What You Want, It’s Still Abortion – Watching “No Easy Decision” was very much like watching a typical day in my life, because in my full time pro-life ministry, my team and I minister around the world to

Share this article on Facebook Nevada Personhood Amendment Loses Case at Supreme Court – The personhood amendment some pro-life advocates in Nevada hoped to get on the ballot has lost in a case decided by the Nevada Supreme Court. The state high court

Share this article on Facebook Pro-Life News: Australia, Belgium, Vietnam, Costa Rica, Taiwan, Finland – The following are pro-life news briefs featuring stories on abortion and bioethics issues from across the world. Majority of Australians Against Sex-Selection Abortions,

Share this article on Facebook Pro-Life Professor: Concerns About Death Panels Overhyped – Not everyone in the pro-life movement is on board with the concerns about the “death panels” the Obama administration recently instituted, as one professor says they are

Share this article on Facebook Washington Post Misleads Readers on Abortion Availability – Has The Washington Post ever traveled to Iowa? Obviously, yes for presidential caucuses. But on Friday, Post reporter Sandhya Somashekhar accepted the bizarre premise of

New Liturgical Movement

Share this article on Facebook Basilica of San Frediano, Lucca, Italy – Continuing on with our periodic “virtual tours” of some of the architecture of the Christian world (I do hope readers find these of some interest and value?), we turn

Share this article on Facebook Relief Carving – Painting in Shadow – The tradition of the Eastern Church is not to have statues in its churches. A statue occupies three-dimensions of space, unlike a painting, which only occupies

Share this article on Facebook Some Interpretations of Mozarabic Chant – The blogs of Sacrificium Laudis and Fr. Ray Blake drew my attention to some video productions that have been put together about Mozarabic chant, using recordings of the

Patrick Madrid

Share this article on Facebook Do you know the early warning signs of a Catholic losing his Faith? – I do. I’ve seen them many times in many people over the past 25 years that I’ve worked in the field of Catholic apologetics and catechetics. They include: Apathy Lack of

Stories From the Heart

Share this article on Facebook #364 – Christmas for Fr. Angel – “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 “Auld Lang Syne” – Peggy Noonan has a nice piece up for the new year celebration : You know exactly when you’ll hear it, and you probably won’t hear it again for a year. The big clock will

Share this article on Facebook “You mean radio…” -UPDATED – Performer Liz Lemon in HighDef My husband is lounging about watching old episodes of 30 Rock, and he’s hit on the Dealbreakers Talk Show episode, where Liz Lemon is

Share this article on Facebook Fun, Fascinating Comments -UPDATED – Communion of Saints, John Nava It is rare that the comments thread of a post ends up generating emails from people telling me that they’ve enjoyed reading it so well,

What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Share this article on Facebook 1st Vespers with the Holy Father – Pope Benedict will soon (as of the time of this writing) be in the Vatican Basilica for 1st Vespers of the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God, followed by the singing of

Share this article on Facebook Another Vatican website quirk concerning Summorum Pontificum – Under another entry in the combox, our friend iPadre pointed out that, at the time of this writing. on the Vatican website, the Supreme Pontiff’s Motu Proprio Summorum

Share this article on Facebook Happy New Year of Salvation 2011! – I wish all of you a Holy and Happy New Year of Salvation. As the Holy Father said during 1st Vespers for the feast, we submit this year to the judgment of God even as we

Share this article on Facebook NCR’s very first “Person of the Year”: Sr. Carol Keehan – National Catholic Reporter has named Sr. Carol Keehan as their very first “Person of the Year”. Even though she was head of the Catholic Health Association, a political

Share this article on Facebook Possible reception of 5 Anglican Bishops, their wives, and 3 Nuns at Westminster Cathedral tomorrow – My friend Fr. John Boyle posted this at his blog Caritas in veritate.  Be sure to visit him for follow up news. Reception of Five Anglican Bishops, their wives, and

Share this article on Facebook WDTPRS: Mary, Mother of God (2002MR): comparison of versions – This is longish, but look at the different versions of the prayers.  You will get a sense of what was done to prepare the new translation of the Roman Missal and the


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