Catholic News Headlines April 17, 2011


Apr. 16, 7pm—Apr. 17, 7pm

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Share this article on Facebook Architect of Steubenville’s Catholic revival to retire after 37 years – Steubenville, Ohio, Apr 17, 2011 / 06:07 pm ( CNA ).- The Franciscan University of Steubenville has announced that its chancellor and past president Father Michael

Share this article on Facebook ‘Happy Birthday,’ Palm Sunday crowds wish Pope – Vatican City, Apr 17, 2011 / 11:16 am ( CNA/EWTN News ).- “Happy Birthday Holy Father!” That was the rousing chorus serenading Pope Benedict XVI April 17 as he concluded

Share this article on Facebook New Hampshire Catholic reflects on adventure, conversion – Manchester, N.H., Apr 17, 2011 / 01:14 pm ( CNA ).- As a kid growing up in Milton, Massachusetts, Dan Egan used to kneel next to his brothers on the church pews, and

Share this article on Facebook St. Adalbert of Prague, bishop and martyr, remembered April 23 – CNA STAFF, Apr 17, 2011 / 08:03 am ( CNA/EWTN News ).- On April 23, the Catholic Church will celebrate the martyrdom of St. Adalbert of Prague, a bishop who lost his

Catholic Online > Home & Family

Share this article on Facebook The Happy Priest on Palm Sunday and the Humility of Jesus – Christianity is essentially different.  When we embrace Jesus as the way, the truth and the life, we …

CBCP News – Diocesan News

Share this article on Facebook Church youth choir stages concert to help ailing friend – CAGAYAN DE ORO City, April 17, 2011—It is said that music unites peoples from all walks of life, economic status and religious affiliations and beliefs to help someone

Share this article on Facebook Pulangi 5 hydro power plant to pull down power rates in Mindanao – CAGAYAN DE ORO City, April 17, 2011—The proposed 300-megawatt Pulangi 5 Hydro Electric Plant in the province of Bukidnon is the only solution to the power woes of the

Faith and Family Live!

Share this article on Facebook NFP Users – Rachel Balducci: Could these numbers be right? | A recent study on Catholics and Natural Family Planning concluded that only two percent of Catholic women use NFP. Could

LifeNews.com

Share this article on Facebook 40 Days for Life Campaign Ends, 483 Babies Saved From Abortion – Well, here we are … the final day of the first 40 Days for Life campaign of 2011. And what an amazing campaign it has been with a record 247 locations! But that’s not

Share this article on Facebook The Catholic Case for Embryo Adoption – The issue of embryo adoption, having leftover embryos frozen in liquid nitrogen thawed and implanted in an adoptive mother’s womb, is a thorny subject in Catholic moral

New Liturgical Movement

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Share this article on Facebook Palm Sunday, the London Oratory

Share this article on Facebook Sights from Palm Sunday from St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome – As always, it is a joy to share the following photos which come from today’s Procession and Mass of Palm Sunday from St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome. Here are just a few

Share this article on Facebook Triduum Schedule for the Conventual Church of St. John of Jersualem, London, Includes Significant Presence of Divine Office – It has been awhile since we’ve shared anything from the Knights of Malta and so the announcement of their forthcoming Triduum schedule presents an opportunity (and will

OSV Daily Take

Share this article on Facebook Confession is good for the soul, and maybe a scholarship – By Mary DeTurris Poust As I sat in the chapel before Mass last night, waiting to go to confession, I couldn’t help but feel heartened by the fact that there were so many

Steve Ray

Share this article on Facebook Christians March thru Jerusalem – It is Palm Sunday and Christians in the Holy Land (only 1.5%of the population) are making their presence felt today. Moving, uplifting, joyous – celebrating the Life and

Share this article on Facebook Day 6: Gethsemane, Western Wall & more – In Jerusalem on Palm Sunday! Day 6, Part I Part II (coming soon)

The Anchoress

Share this article on Facebook Meeting Him on the Mt. of Olives – ” . . . let us spread before his feet, not garments or soulless olive branches, which delight the eye for a few hours and then wither, but ourselves, clothed in his

Share this article on Facebook Rome-bound, against all odds… – Lots of excited talk this weekend about the Blogger-meetup scheduled in Rome scheduled for May 2 — the day after the beatification of Pope John Paul II — and instigated

Share this article on Facebook Updates on Joseph and Buster – Just to keep all updated — my cousin Joseph, who you may recall has been seriously affected by radiation treatment of a brain tumor, was making progress; earlier this

What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Share this article on Facebook Benedict XVI’s Palm Sunday Sermon – With my emphases and comments: Dear Brothers and Sisters, Dear young people! [Pueri, indeed.  Palm Sunday as associations with World Youth Day, I believe.] It is a

Share this article on Facebook Cincinnati: Extraordinary Form Triduum – I had a note from St. Mark’s Chaplaincy and Una Voce Cincinnati that the Triduum including Tenebrae will be celebrated in the Extraordinary Form. For further information

Share this article on Facebook Confessions during the Triduum – Each year one sees confusion about the Sacrament of Penance during the Triduum. Some priests, liturgical experts, and even diocesan liturgy offices wrongly claim the

Share this article on Facebook Getting ready for Palm Sunday – We are getting ready for Palm Sunday. Technorati Tags: Holy Week, Palm Sunday

Share this article on Facebook LENTCAzT 40: Palm Sunday of Holy Week – These 5 minute daily podcasts for Lent are intended to give you a small boost every day, a little encouragement in your own use of this holy season. Today is Palm

Share this article on Facebook YOUR Palm Sunday and Holy Week – Give us a description of Palm Sunday at your parish as well as what is going on during Holy Week before the Triduum begins. For my part, I will be involved with the Palm

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