Monthly Archives: October 2013

Pope Francis says Confession is not like going to see a psychiatrist

By Laura Gotti Tedeschi Morning Catholic must-reads: 10/09/13 Marriage is not easy but it is beautiful, says Pope Pope says he will pray for Sunderland as he poses with top We must fight all forms of racism and intolerance, Pope … Continue reading

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US bishops run for the vocations

  A Marathon starting line Priests, seminarians and lay people from the Archdiocese of Washington will be running in the upcoming Marine Corps Marathon to promote the vocations. Meanwhile the archbishops of Boston and St. Louis are making baseball bets … Continue reading

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Modern slave trade has ‘many faces,’ human rights expert says

Modern day slavery is prevalent throughout the world even though it goes by different names, a human rights activist has clarified in light of a new worldwide report. “Modern day slavery has many faces,” said Dr. Ana Steele told CNA, … Continue reading

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Proclaim Jesus

Add to contacts 08:47AM We stand for God Play video This is a very traditional Catholic Hymn remining us that we are all soldiers fighting for our faith, and also fighting to do the right things in our lives. The … Continue reading

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Pope Francis wastes little time in taking the hard line with suspension of German bishop

If anyone had doubts about both the priorities and the “management style” of Pope Francis, then yesterday’s decision to suspend the Bishop of Limburg, Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst, will go a long way to dispelling them. For much of the last … Continue reading

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Who advises the Pope?

Here are the portraits of the cardinals, bishops, priests and one woman – Francesca Immacolata Chaoqui –whom the Pope talks and listens to. One of the most frequently asked questions behind the Vatican walls (and a bit beyond) is who … Continue reading

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Pope Francis launches reform of Vatican bureaucracy, with cleanup of Vatican bank

  Seven months after ascending the throne of Saint Peter, Pope Francis is in the midst of a crusade against the sins of Vatican City. Since succeeding Benedict XVI, Francis has publicly sought to transform the tone of his office, … Continue reading

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