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Father Trigilio to fellow priests: Stop dissing B16 and JP2

I love Father John Trigilio!  Read his latest @ http://blackbiretta.blogspot.com/2013/03/papal-perspective.html Some of my favorite parts: “Ever have the urge to just scream when you hear something totally stupid being offered as if words of wisdom?  Bad enough many in the secular media are clueless about papal conclaves but worse yet is when Catholic journalists, priests […]

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Young blogger leads in helping Dominicans produce provocative film

NEW YORK – Kindly Light, the filmmaking branch of the Dominican Friars Province of Saint Joseph, is raising funds at indiegogo.com for their provocative new documentary with unseen film of Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen. Starting with the example of Saint Paul’s failure to convert the Greeks in Athens, Sheen urges his fellow priests to […]

Brooklyn Bishop DiMarzio is taking his flock to the Papal Conclave

BROOKLYN, NY – Brooklyn Bishop Nicholas Anthony DiMarzio is taking his flock – and everyone who wants to go – to the Papal Conclave via New Evangelization Television (NET). NET is a division of DeSales Media Group, official media outreach of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn. Starting Tuesday, March 12, NET will cover the […]

The Cardinal Burke ‘wow’ factor

Back in May 2012, Rome Reports interviewed Raymond Cardinal Burke on his book “Divine Love Made Flesh” and his responsibilities as the world’s leading authority on canon law.  I think you’ll be wowed by Cardinal Burke and you may click any of my Amazon widgets to get his book…

As 25% of Americans await new pope, NET continues historic TV series

BROOKLYN, NY – As 25 percent of Americans are Catholic and awaiting the election of a new pope, New Evangelization Television (NET) continues its historic series VATICAN II: INSIDE THE COUNCIL in cities such as New York, Los Angeles and Washington – and Episode 3 “Lumen Gentium & The Church” debuts on Thursday, March 7 […]

Tim Carney: ‘Now I understand why you’re Catholic’

A fine piece by journalist and Catholic convert Tim Carney… Tim Carney: An awful loss, a beautiful life, a daunting task February 24, 2013 | 8:00 pm | Modified: February 24, 2013 at 8:15 pm   Nothing can prepare you for seeing your one-year-old nephew in a casket. Nothing can take away his parents’ agony. […]

Pope Benedict: ‘The Second Vatican Council, as I saw it’

For half a century, Catholics and haters of the Catholic Church have been arguing about Vatican II. Thanks to Vatican Radio, we can know what one the last living witnesses to the council thinks – none other than Pope Benedict XVI. 2013-02-14 Vatican Radio (Vatican Radio) Pope Benedict XVI has met parish priests and clergy […]

Moderate Muslim calls for battle with jihadists

WND EXCLUSIVE Says all citizens are equally protected ‘under God,’ not ‘under Islam’ Published: February 19, 2013 by Anita Crane Editor’s Note: Three American scholars, two Christians and one Muslim, spoke to WND about the threat of political Islam. They say there will be further trouble unless Americans understand the threat and learn how to […]

Expert: Islam demands subjugation of Christians

WND EXCLUSIVE ‘Jihad isn’t an interior spiritual struggle, but a serious obligation to subdue non-Muslims’ Published: February 18, 2013 by Anita Crane Editor’s Note: Three American scholars, two Christians and one Muslim, spoke to WND about the threat of political Islam. They say there will be further trouble unless Americans understand the threat and learn […]

Islamism: ‘Spiritual pathology based on deformed theology’

WND EXCLUSIVE ‘If you get the idea of who God is wrong, you’re going to get a lot of other things wrong’ Published: February 17, 2013 by Anita Crane   Editor’s Note: Three American scholars, two Christians and one Muslim, spoke to WND to sound alarms on Islamism – otherwise known as political Islam. They […]

Pope Benedict: ‘I can ‘almost physically’ feel prayers and love’

By David Uebbing Vatican City, Feb 13, 2013 / 03:45 am (CNA/EWTN News) – Two days after saying he will resign, Pope Benedict XVI said that he has been able to feel, “almost physically,” the prayers and love that have been poured out for him. “I have felt, almost physically, your prayers in these days […]

Pope’s sudden resignation sends shockwaves through Church

I’m very sad to lose our Holy Father Pope Benedict… By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY | Mon Feb 11, 2013 1:22pm EST (Reuters) – Pope Benedict stunned the Roman Catholic Church, including his closest advisers on Monday when he announced he would stand down in the first papal abdication in 700 years, saying he no […]

Angels visited Sen. Mark Kirk after his stroke

Quite a story a story here. God bless him and heal him. May his work protect the rights of all Americans… Senator Kirk speaks for the first time about his stroke U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk says relearning to walk was a frustrating, exhausting process that came with a breakthrough moment. Bill Zars | Staff Photographer […]

It’s a Wonderful Life: The Little Story That Did

Great story by radio host Patrick Coffin… December 24, 2012 4:00 A.M. It’s a Wonderful Life: The Little Story That Did Part Dante, part film noir, part Bible story, Capra’s classic survives its unhappy debut. By Patrick Coffin While shaving on the morning of February 28, 1938, a man named Philip got an idea for a […]

Mixed emotions on the movie ‘Les Misérables’

Published and argued at CatholicLane Thanks to a friend and diehard “Les Miserables” fan, I saw the movie musical but have mixed emotions about it. Hugh Jackman is a fine Jean Valjean, but the Victor Hugo story is highly misleading on the French Revolutionaries; the musical by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg, with lyrics by […]

Ring Christmas bells, Jesus is King

Ring Christmas bells Merrily ring Tell all the world Jesus is King… Joy to the world! Glorious classics by the Ray Conniff Singers – music videos pre-dating MTV. Click here to get this beautiful Christmas carol or browse more selections.

Andrea Bocelli and Mary J. Blige singing ‘What Child Is This?’

William Chatterton Dix wrote the lyrics to “What Child Is This?” He was an insurance agent and he wasn’t defined by his profession.

Pope Benedict’s childhood Christmas letter to Baby Jesus

Merry Christmas! Something sweet: At the age of 7, in 1934, Pope Benedict wrote the following letter to Baby Jesus: Dear Baby Jesus, quickly come down to earth. You will bring joy to children. Also bring me joy. I would like a Volks-Schott, green clothing for Mass and a heart of Jesus. I will always […]

Pope Benedict’s ‘Infancy Narratives’

Father C.J. McCloskey doesn’t disappoint in his latest article, a review of “Jesus of Nazareth: The Infancy Narratives” by Pope Benedict XVI  More Wise Insights From the Pope Infancy Narratives Caps Benedict XVI’s Trilogy on Christ by Father C.J. McCloskey, Special to the Register Saturday, Dec 15, 2012 10:22 AM Well, we are now officially […]

RIP Dave Brubeck

Legendary jazz musician Dave Brubeck was a class act and a Catholic convert.

Tissue alert: Meet a man who knows how to love

Woe to me if I complain about some little annoyance. Meet Mr. Greg Thomas, a true inspiration. See how a beautiful mystery unfolded as this man suffering cancer and the loss of his job became a Godsend to his neighbors. May we all imitate Christ crucified and be humble for the greater glory of God. […]

Christendom College supports lawsuits against Obama

News from my alma mater November 20, 2012 – Christendom College has joined 15 Catholic colleges and universities in signing on to a new legal brief in support of lawsuits filed against the Obama administration over its controversial pro-abortion HHS mandate. The brief supports Belmont Abbey College and Wheaton College, institutions that demand immediate exemption from […]

Court halts health care mandate against Tyndale

Monday, 19 November 2012 12:13 PM EST In a victory for faith-based companies, a federal court Friday, Nov. 16, stopped enforcement of the Obama administration’s abortion pill mandate against Tyndale House Publishers, which filed a health care lawsuit against the government Oct. 2. In its opinion accompanying a preliminary injunction order in Tyndale House Publishers […]

Christian publisher launches ‘No Obama’ billboards

Destiny Image billboards send ‘No Obama’ message Monday, 05 November 2012 11:22 AM EST The owner of Pennsylvania-based charismatic publisher Destiny Image has purchased several billboards placed in strategic places in two of the state’s largest cities—Philadelphia and Pittsburgh—in an attempt to convince undecided voters to choose Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney for the nation’s […]

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