Tag Archives: Pope Benedict XVI

Holy Father Continues to Raise Concerns about Catholic Higher Education

In a message Saturday, May 5, 2012 to U.S. bishops visiting Rome, Pope Benedict XVI addressed religious education and faith formation for the next generation of Catholics in the United States. The Holy Father demonstrates once again he is aware …

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Our prayer this Easter

On Palm Sunday, our Holy Father Benedict XVI explained the promise of God contained in the joyous shouts of those who welcomed Jesus into the city of Jerusalem: The answer is found throughout Scripture, which reminds us that the Messiah …

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What the Holy Father and others are saying about conscience protections…

Here are four powerful statements on the importance of conscience protections. One by the Holy Father the day before the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued their final rule mandating health insurance plans cover sterilization, abortifacient, and birth …

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Pope Benedict XVI’s Prayer For The Unborn

Lord Jesus, You who faithfully visit and fulfill with your Presence the Church and the history of men; You who in the miraculous Sacrament of your Body and Blood render us participants in divine Life and allow us a foretaste …

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Biden Publicly Approves of China’s One-Child Policy

Vice President Joseph Biden is, by all accounts, an amiable man. He’s also a Catholic, a fact he alludes to fairly often, especially on the campaign trail. Both his amiability and Catholicism lead one to believe he would respond appropriately …

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Report Reveals Catholic Colleges’ links to Planned Parenthood

A new report released today by The Cardinal Newman Society (CNS) reveals a troubling relationship between Planned Parenthood and several Catholic colleges and universities. The report titled “A Scandalous Relationship: Catholic Colleges and Planned Parenthood” unearths more than 150 current …

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Newt’s Catholicism

When Newt Gingrich announces his presidential exploratory committee much of the news analysis will focus on his conversion to Catholicism in August 2009. Some reporters will ask whether his motives were political. Others will assume the conversion will turn off …

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How to Vote Catholic 2012

“How to Vote Catholic” was first published in 2004 by the Morley Publishing Group, Inc.  Matt Smith and Deal Hudson decided it was a good idea to update and revise it for the 2012 election.

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Talking Social Justice

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By Stephen Phelan It’s a good thing that the conversation about “Social Justice” is heating up again. The exchange between Deacon Keith Fournier and Deal Hudson is the latest between faithful Catholics who are serious about helping the Church communicate …

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50 Days of Prayer & Action

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Monday, September 13, 2010 marks 50 days until Americans will go to the polls to vote in the mid-term Congressional elections. Our friends at Priests for Life recently started a “Prayer for our Nation as we Prepare to Elect our …

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