From a reader… Father, if you need some good news, today I made my first Confession in over 30 years. Despite twisting myself into anxious knots for days beforehand, it all went very easily and Father was very kind and … Continue reading →
The president is prepared to take the battle against ‘historic election interference’ by ‘big media, big money and big tech’ all the way to the Supreme Court.
I read about “loss of identity” and “information overload” the other day….
…”Information overload” is well on its way to becoming a cliche. Or cliché, for folks who like their English with a dash of diacritics, and that’s another topic.
I keep seeing warnings against “information overload,” the Internet’s “hive mind,” and suchlike threats. But I don’t feel overloaded, informationally or otherwise, even after being online for hours.
Pope Francis released a video to accompany his November prayer intention: That progress in robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) be oriented “towards respecting the dignity of the person and of Creation.’
The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network of the Apostleship of Prayer developed “The Pope Video” initiative to assist in the worldwide dissemination of monthly intentions of the Holy Father in relation to the challenges facing humanity.
The text of the November 2020 prayer intention:
XXXII Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A – November 8, 2020
Wis 6: 12-16; Ps 63; 1 Thes 4.13-18 [4.13-14]; Mt 25: 1-13
CNA Staff, Nov 5, 2020 / 06:00 pm (CNA).- The Catholic Diocese of Fresno has taken out a restraining order against a priest and launched an investigation of him after he was accused of drug use, physical abuse, threatening behavior and gang links.
Bishop Joseph Brennan of Fresno said Mass last Sunday at St. Joseph’s Church in Selma, Calif. and announced that Father Guadalupe Rios, the parish administrator, has been put on administrative leave while the diocese conducts an investigation.
Cheryl Sarkisian, the diocese’s chancellor, confirmed that the priest has been placed on paid administrative leave while the investigation is pending.
Looking into the Future Through His Eyes: John Paul II, the Catholic Church, and the Crisis of the West
Editor’s note: For several years now, the many institutions of higher education in Kraków have jointly sponsored annual “John Paul II Days,” typically held in November: a series of lectures and symposia dedicated to a […]