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April 15, 2013

Gosnell’s Mother’s Day Massacre

The news of the horrors committed by abortionist Kermit Gosnell is finally getting some visibility. Many pro-life advocates wrote about it when the Philadelphia Grand Jury
April 13, 2013

“But I’m the Pope. Sit down.”

An Italian soccer news site has a sweet story about Pope Francis who apparently gets up very early without an alarm. Loose translation of the story: Recently, when
April 2, 2013

Pro-Choice Women Defeat Washington Abortion Mandate

Yep, you read that correctly. But I don’t mean “pro-choice” as in women who don’t think you’re responsible enough to decide whether you can buy a
March 14, 2013

Shoe Leather Evangelization

Most of us are just getting to know Cardinal Bergoglio, the man who is now Pope Francis. Anyone with access to the Interwebs can now be
March 13, 2013

Pope Francis Takes A Cue From Benedict XVI: Prayer

Ok, I’ll just dive in. What struck me most about Pope Francis’ first public appearance was his apparent humility and his focus on prayer. First, he
March 8, 2013

Same Sex Marriage & Catholics: Survey Says…

It’s all about how you read the signs… Today’s headline to a study claiming that Catholics support same sex marriage and want the Church to change
March 7, 2013

Young Catholics, The New Pope, HuffPost, & Me

One of the other panelists will be Chris Stefanick who runs youth ministry for the Archdiocese of Denver RealLifeCatholic and gives great talks to 70,000+ youth/year. Should be fun. Chris
March 5, 2013

Cardinals Invite Everyone To Pray With Them At St. Peter’s Tomorrow.

  In the Vatican reporting about today’s Particular Congregation, mention is made of a proposal that was accepted to dedicate tomorrow evening’s session (presumably starting at
March 1, 2013

Bp Vasa To Catholic Teachers: Get On Board With Your Employer’s Mission.

I haven’t seen the statement, but the press coverage implies its authenticity. When I worked at the Vatican, there was one morning when a Vatican employee had called