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Pope Francis meets the participants in the Pastoral Conference of the Diocese of Rome, starting today until 19 June. View »
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Pope Francis engages some young people, in answering some of the most curious questions about his pontificate. The Pope and View »
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Pope Francis, Monday received in audience the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro. The meeting View »
To follow Christ means being open to others, being benevolent, having the ability to overcome selfishness. This is what Pope View »
A discussion of the life of Peggie O’Neill and the various apostolates she founded. View »
Laws should be instilled with additional spirit so they ennoble the human person. This was Pope Francis message to View »
Let us say ‘Yes’ to life and not death.” These were the words of Pope Francis during his homily on View »
One news source I saw this morning says that the theologians who are consultants for the Congregation for Causes of Saints have put their stamp of approval on a second miracle for Bl. John Paul II.Without going into details (you can read the story I saw HERE), the process for a claimed miracle has to get experts in to study the claim that what happened (a cure, protection from harm, etc) is truly beyond our ability to explain in merely material, natural terms
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The following article was originally published by Dr Peter Saunders, the campaign director for the Care Not Killing Alliance in the UK, on June 17, 2013 on his blog.
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Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association and Canadian Society for Palliative Care Physicians urge Canadians to Talk About Hospice Palliative Care First The French version follows after the english verison.(June 13, 2013) Ottawa, ON – Yesterday in the Quebec National Assembly, the Dying with Dignity Bill 52 was tabled by the Minister for Social Services and Youth Protection Véronique Hivon. Although the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association (CHPCA) and the Canadian Society of Palliative Care Physicians (CSPCP) applaud the commitment to improve and implement hospice palliative care standards across Quebec, they believe that Canadians need to ensure that there is universal access to quality hospice palliative care before any introduction of medical aid in dying, more commonly referred to as euthanasia.
Is this the Per Ipsum? Before I go any further, I am a great fan of so much of what our Holy Father has to say, especially about the poor, economics and the environment, at least in its reconstituted Vaticanese form, I am a bit uncomfortable with that cameraman that now has a permanent place on the back of the Popemobile but it has become pretty obvious that the Supreme Legislator does not consider the rubrics of the liturgy are that important, in fact it seems as if they can be ignored, or changed at will.Benedict taught the liturgy was “a given”, we read the black and did the red, Francis seems to be less precise about these things, his liturgy is “emancipated”, as he descibes it.
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2013-06-19 Vatican Radio (Vatican Radio) Christianity is not simply the study of laws or commands: this is an impediment to understanding and living the truth that God is joy and generosity. This was the message of Pope Francis at Mass celebrated this morning in Casa Santa Marta
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Vatican City, 19 June 2013 (VIS) – Today, the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments issued a decree, dated 1 May and signed by the prefect of that dicastery, Cardinal Antonio Canizares Llovera, which provides that, after the Blessed Virgin Mary, the name of her husband St. Joseph also be read in the Eucharistic Prayers II, III, and IV.
Going to Catholic Homeschool Conventions has been a real joy, and I wanted to share with you the reasons why they’re worth the travel time and the babysitter. Here are 5 big reasons you need to attend Catholic homeschool conferences in real life.Reason number 1: The inspiring talks!
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Vatican City, 19 June 2013 (VIS) – Pope Francis dedicated his catechesis of the Wednesday general audience to the expression “of the body” that the Second Vatican Council used to indicate the nature of the Church: the Church is the body of Christ. The Pope recalled the text of the conversion of Saul, who became Paul, in order to explain how the Apostle, with that experience, tells us how profound the union between Christians and Christ is.
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Vatican City, 19 June 2013 (VIS) – After giving his catechesis at the general audience, the Holy Father spoke of World Refugee Day, which is commemorated on this day. This year the pontiff asked for “special consideration of the situation of refugee families who are often forced to quickly leave their home and homeland and who lose their every good and safety in order to flee from violence, persecution, or severe discrimination on religious grounds, or for belonging to a particular ethnic group, or for their political views.” “In addition to the dangers of the journey, these families often find themselves at risk of being torn apart and, in the country that receives them, they have to deal with cultures and societies that are different from their own
Vatican City, 19 June 2013 (VIS) – Today, Archbishop Luigi Travaglino, permanent observer of the Holy See to the United Nations Organisations for Food and Agriculture (FAO, IFAD, and WFP), spoke at the 38th session of the FAO Conference held in Rome from 15-22 June. In his address, Archbishop Travaglino emphasized that the Delegation from the Holy See wanted to reiterate its appreciation of the FAO’s actions in favour of development and guaranteeing food security, as well as to reaffirm its availability to sustain this work, which concerns a fundamental aspect of personal and communal life.
2013-06-19 Vatican Radio (Vatican Radio) In the first decree of a liturgical nature of this pontificate, Pope Francis has decided that name of St. Joseph should be added to the Eucharistic Prayers II, II and IV, as they appear in the third typical edition of the Roman Missal, after the name of the Blessed Virgin Mary.