Catholic News Headlines August 7, 2011


Aug. 6, 7pm—Aug. 7, 7pm

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Share this article on Facebook Polish seminarians studying in Mississippi diocese – Biloxi, Miss., Aug 7, 2011 / 01:19 pm ( CNA ).- Among the men studying for the priesthood in the Diocese of Biloxi, Mississippi are two Polish seminarians, both of whom

Share this article on Facebook Pope urges Syrian government to respect its citizens – Vatican City, Aug 7, 2011 / 11:37 am ( CNA/EWTN News ).- Pope Benedict XVI used his Sunday Angelus address to call for peace in Syria and to urge the government there to

Share this article on Facebook St. Teresa Benedicta, Jewish convert and martyr, celebrated August 9 – Denver, Colo., Aug 7, 2011 / 08:02 am ( CNA/EWTN News ).- On August 9 the Catholic Church remembers St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, also known as St. Edith Stein. St.

Share this article on Facebook Witnesses describe Sudan’s ethnic cleansing in emergency hearing – Washington D.C., Aug 7, 2011 / 05:42 pm ( CNA ).- Witnesses told a House of Representatives subcommittee on Aug. 4 that the Sudanese border state of South Kordofan is

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Share this article on Facebook Congregation for the Clergy: We Can Overcome Our Fears through Faith – Peter is the figure of every man, in that when our gaze is fixed on Christ and we have an obedient abandoning …

Share this article on Facebook Living in the Fourth Watch of the Night: Faith in Jesus Christ and Walking on Water Today – We make the mistake of thinking it is only about Peter and the disciples – something distant which happened over …

Faith and Family Live!

Share this article on Facebook Do Your Homework – Danielle Bean: Faith & Family wants to hear from you | It’s time to do your Faith & Family homework again. Send along your (short!) answers to the question below and you

Steve Ray

Share this article on Facebook Run thru Tolkien’s & CS Lewis’ Oxford – Yesterday Mass in Oxford England and met fellow Ignatius Press author Fr. John Saward at his parish – St. Gregory and St. Augustine. Today I ran through the Oxford

The Anchoress

Share this article on Facebook Yet Another Earworm – A commenter below said it was “not fair” of me to share earworms. Well, now I feel challenged. Truth be told, I’ve had “Pa-pa-pa” from The Magic Flute in my head all day

What Does The Prayer Really Say?

Share this article on Facebook “Who would deny that human society is in most urgent need of this cure now?” – The global economic trend downward and recent events are going to create change, uncertainty and hardship, perhaps much suffering, for a lot of people.   I imagine that

Share this article on Facebook A bishop witnesses priest’s strange Mass and doubts about going to him for confession. Subtitle: You are not alone. – Here is something that should put some heart into readers who are feeling down about continued liberal and dissenting dominance in many places. Here is something from a

Share this article on Facebook BURNING URGENT QUESTION! The PLURAL of “Gin and Tonic”? WDTPRS POLL! – I want to circle us back to an old and very important debate. What is the plural of the drink made from gin and tonic? One is “a gin and tonic”. Do we say two “gin and

Share this article on Facebook Japanese children tell Pope Benedict they will “never lose their smiles” – We all have our ups and downs in life.  Sometimes they are bad.  Sometimes we think our problems are bad, but then we hear about people with real problems.   I found

Share this article on Facebook On the matter of “ad orientem” worship – Over a Southern Orders (you may remember their problem with rats) there is an excerpt from an article by my friend Fr. Uwe Michael Lang, CO, who presently works for the

Share this article on Facebook Role of the blogosphere for people who are shut in or disabled: WDTPRS POLL – One of the benefits from my having posted a strong and urgent request for your prayers is that many people in turn sent me requests for prayers along with descriptions

Share this article on Facebook Today is the Lord’s Day. ‘Sup? – Today, Sunday … WDTPRS 19th Sunday of Ordinary Time: sheer audacity WDTPRS 8th Sunday after Pentecost (1962MR): ready, set, GO! 7 August: Sixtus II, pope and martyr

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