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Justice delays health law’s birth control mandate

January 1, 2014 World News Comments Off on Justice delays health law’s birth control mandate

Vatican Stresses That Pope Has Not Abolished Sin

December 31, 2013 World News Comments Off on Vatican Stresses That Pope Has Not Abolished Sin

Pope Francis Reportedly ‘Shocked’ by Gay Adoption Proposal

December 30, 2013 World News Comments Off on Pope Francis Reportedly ‘Shocked’ by Gay Adoption Proposal

A&E Folds . . . Phil is Back

December 27, 2013 World News Comments Off on A&E Folds . . . Phil is Back

Former Planned Parenthood abortionist campaigns for abortion ban

December 27, 2013 World News Comments Off on Former Planned Parenthood abortionist campaigns for abortion ban

Cardinal Kasper says Church will soon give Communion to divorced, remarried Catholics

December 21, 2013 World News Comments Off on Cardinal Kasper says Church will soon give Communion to divorced, remarried Catholics

ROME, December 20, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Despite a recent strongly worded clarification from Rome, confusion is continuing to be stirred up over the Catholic Church’s practice of refusing Communion to those who are divorced and remarried. A prominent curial cardinal, and favourite of Pope Francis, has defied the Vatican’s doctrinal office, saying that he expects a change.

Duck Dynasty star refuses to back down on ‘anti-gay’ remarks

December 19, 2013 World News Comments Off on Duck Dynasty star refuses to back down on ‘anti-gay’ remarks

Prayers for Archbishop Nienstedt

December 18, 2013 World News Comments Off on Prayers for Archbishop Nienstedt

Minneapolis Archbishop John Nienstedt has removed himself from public ministry (but not resigned his bishopric).

Pope canonizes Peter Faber, SJ

December 18, 2013 World News Comments Off on Pope canonizes Peter Faber, SJ

2013-12-18 Vatican Radio (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Tuesday canonized one of the earliest Jesuits, Fr. Peter Faber (1506-1546), a close companion of St. Ignatius. At an audience with the Prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, Cardinal Angelo Amato, the Pope “extended the liturgical cult of Blessed Peter Faber to the Universal Church . . . inscribing him in the catalogue of the saints.” Peter Faber was born into a poor family, near Savoy, France, in April 1506. An ardent student, he eventually studied at the Sorbonne in Paris, where he shared a room with Ignatius of Loyola and Francis Xavier. He was ordained to the priesthood in July 1534 and, one month later, celebrated the mass…Continue Reading

‘I’m no Marxist’, Pope Francis tells conservative critics

December 15, 2013 World News Comments Off on ‘I’m no Marxist’, Pope Francis tells conservative critics