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Why the Church Fathers called the Beatitudes the 'staircase of conversion'...  

In the image of Moses bringing the old Law down from Mount Sinai, our Lord gave the new Law to those who desired to grow closer to Him and thereby enter the kingdom. He gave this in a sermon on a mount of grass, out in a field, to people gathered around Him, enjoying the wind and the sun, the songs of birds and the camaraderie of family and friends...

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2019-09-20 13:17:27



Praying to plants: Twitter explodes when Union Seminary holds one of its interfaith rites...  

Yes, this was click-bait heaven. Yes, this was an oh-so-typical Twitter storm. Yes, this was a perfect example of a "conservative story," in a niche-news era in which social-media choirs — conservative in this case — send up clouds of laughs, jeers and gasps of alleged shock in response to some online signal. I am referring...

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2019-09-20 08:15:33



Eight-part 'Messiah' series is a 'crash course on the Bible and salvation history'...  

Local independent filmmaker Rick Rotondi says the seed for his first production, "Messiah," was planted in 2016 during a general audience in St. Peter's Square in Rome. "As I looked out on my fellow pilgrims and heard Pope Francis address us in many languages, I was moved by the reality of Christ risen and present," Rotondi recalls...

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2019-09-20 06:38:02



Cardinal Marx holds 'constructive dialogue' with Pope Francis on synodal plans...  

Cardinal Reinhard Marx, president of the German Episcopal Conference, has held talks with Pope Francis and Cardinal Marc Ouellet, prefect of the Congregation for Bishops, about the German bishops' plans for a "binding synodal path." The meetings, held in Rome Sept. 19, followed a public exchange between the German hierarchy and the Vatican over the draft statutes for a "Synodal Assembly" to be formed by the bishops in partnership with the Central Committee of German Catholics...

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2019-09-20 06:29:13



How a fake mountain range slowed down Arctic exploration...  

On August 31st, 1818, around 3 p.m., the Arctic explorer John Ross was called away from his dinner and onto the deck of the ship he commanded, the Isabella. Ross and his crew were moored in Baffin Bay, just south of Greenland, seeking a way through to the Arctic sea beyond. All day, they had been waiting for the fog to clear, so they could take a look around and try to find it...

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2019-09-20 03:55:59



Brad Pitt aims for the stars but falls short in 'Ad Astra' (Rotten Tomatoes 80%)...  

There seems to be no reason for the title Ad Astra, meaning "to the stars," to be in Latin, except to highlight writer-director James Gray's elevated intentions. Deliberate, downbeat, vast in scope and theme but emotionally intimate, it evokes — at times overtly — the likes of 2001: A Space Odyssey, Solaris, Contact and Arrival...

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2019-09-19 10:53:12



Archbishop Chaput warns Catholics against Father James Martin's 'pattern of ambiguity'...  

In the wake of Jesuit Father James Martin's speaking engagement Tuesday at a Catholic university in Philadelphia, the archbishop of Philadelphia urged caution about the priest's message, especially regarding the possibility that Catholic teaching on sexuality might change. "Father Martin has sought in a dedicated way to accompany and support people with same-sex attraction and gender dysphoria...

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2019-09-19 09:07:32



Blood of St. Januarius liquefies on feast day...  

The miracle of the liquefaction of the blood of early Church martyr St. Januarius took place Thursday in Naples. The blood was shown to have liquefied shortly after 10 a.m. during Mass in the Naples' Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary. The Mass was celebrated by Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe, Archbishop of Naples, who in his homily...

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2019-09-19 06:47:37



From 'Star Wars' to 'The Shining,' why the 13th-century 'Dies Irae' shows up in so many movies...  

As Catholicism permeated world culture, the melody of the Dies Irae found its way into classical music, where it was used to convey a deathly, eerie tone. From there it worked its way into films — and if you don't already know it, you've almost certainly heard it before: It's played over and over in our scariest and most dramatic cinematic moments...

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2019-09-19 06:09:30



How this introvert got super-involved at her parish...  

I was caught off guard recently by someone's response to meeting me. While shaking her hand, I made the customary smiling introduction. "Nice to meet you. My name is..." I had barely gotten my name out when recognition instantly spread across her face. "I totally know that name! I see your name attached to everything here...

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2019-09-19 05:41:59



The Church is a bride, not a widow...  

Venerable Fulton J. Sheen once wrote, "The Church knows after 1900 years' experience that any institution which suits the spirit of any age will be a widow in the next one" (War and Guilt, OSV Press, 1941, pp. 138-139). This is a clear admonition to the many who demand that the Church update her teachings, particularly her moral doctrines...

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2019-09-19 05:37:20



Ironies in the fire...  

The eminent sociologist Peter Rossi was a world-class punster whose scholarly accomplishments fed a sometimes-whimsical view of the human condition — in which, Rossi memorably observed, "there are many ironies in the fire." That's certainly true of the interaction between Catholicism and cultural, social, and political modernity over the last 250 years...

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2019-09-19 05:27:47



The prayer of the priest drives the prayer of the whole Church...  

Christ is the Great High Priest — and because of His priesthood on our behalf, our prayers are raised to heaven and heard by the Father. The Risen Lord intercedes for us in the sanctuary not made by human hands, and He is at work in the world, fully present to our needs. This is what makes Christian prayer unique. By faith, the One who mediates the blessings of God the Father to us and who has won for us the forgiveness of our sins...

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2019-09-19 05:11:47



Neither Jesus nor Socrates were published authors...  

Jesus and Socrates are alike in two striking ways. Not that we are the first to compare the two. Actually, I am singularly unversed in what other thinkers like Montaigne and Mill, Kierkegaard and Nietzsche had to say about the matter, but I am confident that what I shall say will probably be more enjoyable and accessible to other simple souls like myself who are not quite so inclined for heavy reading in the evenings...

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2019-09-19 05:06:58



No one seems to know what will happen after Brexit. No one, that is, except me.....  

In case you haven't noticed, the United Kingdom is going through a collective political meltdown. The 2016 referendum on Britain's membership in the European Union proved to be the pulled thread that is unraveling the seemingly seamless garment of the British constitution. Now as the shrewd observer will know, unlike the U...

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2019-09-19 05:03:47



Father James Martin and Catholic belief...  

Father James Martin, S.J., spoke at St. Joseph's University earlier this week (Tuesday, September 17) on themes related to his book Building A Bridge. And as I expected, quite a few emails arrived in my inbox questioning his teaching on same-sex related issues and urging me to prevent his appearance. A local bishop is typically unable to do that...

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2019-09-19 04:54:37



7 apps (including a Bible) you should delete from your phone right now...  

The smartphone, for all its life-changing magic, sucks. It sucks up your time, it sucks up your battery, and it sucks up your data. So we've compiled a list of the apps you should wipe from your phone, stat: those that track you, harm your mental health, and pretend to care about your privacy, but don't practice what they preach...

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2019-09-19 04:49:45



Stay and fight for the Church and life...  

Our culture can be harsh in all kinds of cruel ways. There's something here in the trails of this holy site that reminds us that no matter the circumstances we find ourselves in, we can be who we say we are. Father Jogues had been subjected to torture. He escaped but came back for the people he loved whom he had baptized. He wanted to serve and be a priest for the people who wanted Jesus in their lives...

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2019-09-19 04:09:53



Who benefits from all this talk of schism?  

Why are we even talking about schism? Who began this extraordinary conversation, and whose interests are served by it? Ross Douthat of the New York Times admits that he used the term "schism" long ago, as a theoretical possibility—which he now (rightly) regards as remote. But now Pope Francis speaks calmly about the prospect of schism...

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2019-09-19 03:37:20



Texas priest survives attempted shooting — suspects' gun fails to fire three times...  

While holding out his rosary, Rev. Desmond Ohankwere credits "divine intervention" for saving his life after four men assaulted him at gunpoint outside his home near St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church in Houston. The Associated Press reported that the four men involved first stole an SUV from a gas station while the owner filled it with fuel...

what do you think?

2019-09-19 03:07:01



The threat of schism is real, but it comes from Germany, not the United States...  

Talk of schism in the Church is "promiscuous" now, writes New York Times columnist Ross Douthat. Pope Francis addressed it at length on his return flight from Madagascar. But where is the danger of schism? It is far more likely from Germany, where bishops are openly defying the Holy Father, than from the United States. The question of potential schism was raised on the recent papal flights to and from Africa...

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2019-09-19 02:18:32



New report on Amazon mafias draws on church-collected data on rural violence...  

Signaling a topic likely to surface during next month's Synod of Bishops on the Amazon convened by Pope Francis, a human rights group has released a new report asserting that criminal gangs often are behind the destruction of the rainforest, menacing and even killing police, government officials and activists who try to stop them...

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2019-09-19 01:29:19



Number of abortions in U.S. falls to lowest level since 1973...  

The number and rate of abortions across the United States have plunged to their lowest levels since the procedure became legal nationwide in 1973, according to new figures released Wednesday. The report from the Guttmacher Institute, a research group that supports abortion rights, counted 862,000 abortions in the U.S. in 2017. That's down from 926...

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2019-09-18 12:37:28



Drinking (and not drinking) in Dublin...  

Dublin is known for its drink. As author of The Beer Option, I had to explore this tradition, even if it was driven by Protestants at a time Catholics suffered under the penal laws. In the book, I drew from Mansfield's The Search for God and Guinness, and it seemed wise to stop by Ireland's number one tourist destination, the Guinness Storehouse...

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2019-09-17 16:23:41



Scrupulosity is an obstacle to truth...  

These words were spoken in "A Few Good Men," a 1992 taut legal thriller about the prosecution of two Marines who accidentally killed another Marine during a terrifying "disciplinary" exercise. Their defense attorney, played by Tom Cruise, sought to understand what exactly took place during the incident, and why it took place...

what do you think?

2019-09-17 16:14:02



Here are 14 of the most impressive Christian sculptures of all time...  

The Catholic Church has a rich history of commissioning world-renowned artists of the day to create beautiful works to decorate churches with the realities of the faith. From the 14th century to today, sculptures of Christ, the Blessed Mother, biblical figures and saints give us reason to pause and ponder the realities of the faith and the beauty of creation...

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2019-09-17 15:58:52



The secret to dying well, according to St. Robert Bellarmine...  

As much as we may try to avoid or "cheat" death, prolonging our lives as much as possible, death will come knocking at our door soon enough. It is inescapable in this world and so the question is not if we will die, but how we will die. Death is something that can come to us unexpectedly, but that does not mean that we can't prepare for it...

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2019-09-17 09:51:10



John Clark's 'Professors on Break' series is off to a great start.....  

In this episode, Clark meets up with theology professor Dr. Matthew Tsakanikas in an Audi R8 Spider. In this episode, Clark meets up with philosophy professor Dr. John Cuddeback in his 1990-something Chevy Suburban.

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2019-09-17 08:38:08



A prescription for peace in a world of woe...  

Jesus journeyed to a city called Nain, and his disciples and a large crowd accompanied him. The name of the city, Nain, means fair (in the sense of beautiful)—and it was, for it sat upon a high hill and commanded a magnificent view. This is an apt description of this world as well, which has its beauty, its magnificent vistas...

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2019-09-17 06:56:01



Vatican to try two priests for alleged abuse of altar boys in St. Peter's Basilica...  

Vatican magistrates have decided that one priest accused of sexually abusing underage altar boys who served in St. Peter's Basilica, and another accused of facilitating that abuse, will be put on trial, according to a statement released Tuesday. The statement said that the Vatican's Promoter of Justice has recommended that Father Gabriele Martinelli stand trial over charges of sexual abuse...

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2019-09-17 05:37:25



Cardinal Pell submits final appeal to Australian High Court...  

Cardinal George Pell Tuesday submitted an application for leave to appeal his conviction to the Australian High Court, following the Aug. 21 decision by the Court of Appeal in Victoria to uphold his conviction for child sexual abuse. The leave to appeal was filed in Melbourne by Pell's legal team Sept. 17, one day before the deadline of 28 days from the date of the Appeal Court decision...

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2019-09-17 05:06:47



5 ways to tell you're being too pious.....  

Jesus warned several times about too much piety. "Not every one who says to me, 'Lord, Lord,' shall enter the kingdom of heaven," he said, "but he who does the will of my Father who is in heaven." He even specified that some very pious people will be cast away: People who "prophesy," "cast out demons" and "do many mighty works" in his name...

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2019-09-16 20:08:46



Fruitfulness in ministry should be named more than numbered.....  

When I was in college, I took several semesters of archery. I really loved shooting arrows at targets, but what ultimately won me over was the nature of archery; you immediately know how you are doing, based on where you hit the target. Still, there was one time that I hit a bullseye, which scored a zero because I was aiming at the wrong target...

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2019-09-16 15:55:32



Video: L.A. Chargers QB Philip Rivers greets nuns at Sunday's game...  

Who says that Catholics don't ever sit in the front row?

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2019-09-16 11:40:48



The death of St. Peter Claver offers a lesson in the way the world treats saints...  

The death of St. Peter Claver offers a lesson in the way the world treats saints — before and after they die. The son of an affluent Catalonian family, and academically successful, he entered the Jesuits in 1601 at the age of twenty. At the seminary, a lay brother saw in him a calling to care for the slaves in the Americas, who were horribly mistreated...

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2019-09-16 11:27:50



Science says marriage saves you. So why is it so unpopular?  

A new study shows once again that marriage is really, really good for you. So why aren't more people getting married? My theory: We are seeing a record decline in marriage for the same reason we are seeing a record decline in department store shopping, hanging out in neighborhood bars, and talking to people face to face. We are so afraid of the unpredictable parts of human interaction that we miss all the benefits of it...

what do you think?

2019-09-16 11:07:07



God lovingly leads us. Enjoy the view — no map required.....  

Recently, I overheard a snippet of a private conversation between strangers. While it could technically be classified as eavesdropping, I'm certain God didn't mind my listening in. In fact, though the conversation was not expressly intended for my ears, witnessing the seemingly chance encounter may have been part of God's plan...

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2019-09-16 08:03:10



Prince Charles to attend Cardinal Newman's Oct. 13 canonization in Rome...  

Prince Charles will attend the canonization of Cardinal John Henry Newman next month. The heir to the British throne will travel to Rome to witness the canonization Mass of the first non-martyr English saint since the Reformation. After the Mass in St. Peter's Square Oct. 13, the Prince of Wales will attend a reception at the Pontifical Urban College...

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2019-09-16 06:56:32



Cardinal Marx says German 'synod' will proceed despite Vatican objections...  

The head of the German bishops' conference told Vatican officials last week that addressing controversial theological topics during the German bishops' proposed "binding synodal path" will be a service to the universal Church. "We hope that the results of forming an opinion [on these matters] in our country will also be helpful for the guidance of the Universal Church and for other episcopal conferences on a case-by-case basis...

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2019-09-16 06:53:35



Maradona documentary packs plenty of Catholic imagery to go with its soccer...  

There is no other soccer player — perhaps with the exception of Pele — who has had a bigger impact on the sport than Diego Maradona. The eponymous documentary directed by Asif Kapadia illustrates the magnitude with which the Argentine-born star impacted the game throughout the 1980s and how soccer's biggest deity went from heaven to a dramatic fall from grace...

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2019-09-16 06:37:14



In 1987, I had an encounter with my guardian angel at Le Mont-Saint-Michel. Here's what I saw.....  

Apologies for not blogging very much over the last few days. I intended to blog every day during our fantastic pilgrimage to France, but if you've ever been on one of my pilgrimages you realize it is "go, go, go." Most mornings we had a wake up call around 5 or 6 and were on the road before 8 am. Evenings were taken up with dinner...

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2019-09-16 04:36:27



Why did John Paul II call Josemaría Escrivá the “saint of ordinary life?”...  

In his own life this saint was admired by Popes Pius XII, St. John XXIII, and Blessed Paul VI. Since his death, he has been admired by Popes John Paul I, St. John Paul II, Benedict XVI, as well as our current Holy Father, Pope Francis, who beatified St. Josemaría's first successor Blessed Alvaro del Portillo. St. Josemaría was also admired by Blessed Oscar Romero...

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2019-09-16 01:41:22



Believers must face this: All kinds of people wrestle with depression and suicide...  

This week's "Crossroads" podcast about the death of the Rev. Jarrid Wilson (click here to tune that in) was not business as usual. Here is my original GetReligion post on this topic: "Symbolic details too painful for words: Shocking death of Jarrid Wilson stunned us all." For me, this topic got personal really quick. First...

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2019-09-15 14:44:46



Pope's Sunday Angelus: 'Brothers and sisters, have courage! With God, No sin has the last word...'...  

Pope Francis said Sunday that God forgets sins absolved within the confessional. "How do you defeat evil? Accepting God's forgiveness ... It happens every time we go to confession; there we receive the love of the Father who overcomes our sin. It is no longer there, God forgets it," Pope Francis said in his Angelus message Sept...

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2019-09-15 14:12:08



The Pope's use of the 's-word' means he understands the stakes...  

In the beginning, some wondered if Pope Francis quite understood the consternation some of his words and deeds can arouse, and how much some sectors of the Catholic Church, especially those usually seen as more conservative or traditional, often feel aggrieved by the direction things seem to be heading. After Sept. 10, however...

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2019-09-15 13:32:02



The Real Presence: Knowing what we are doing...  

On Sept. 6, I had the privilege to offer Mass for the 10,000th time as a priest. It's a great source of thanksgiving for me. Sometimes people are surprised when other priests or I mention exactly how many Masses we have celebrated, as if, on the positive side, we might have the world's greatest memory or, on the negative side...

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2019-09-15 13:04:34



Our strengths are often our struggles...  

One of the things that I have learned about myself, and humans in general, is that our strengths are very closely related to our struggles. Some people are very passionate; this makes them dedicated and driven to make a difference. But it also makes them prone to anger or depression. Their passion in one area (e.g., truth, justice) can cause difficulties with passions in other areas such as sexuality...

what do you think?

2019-09-15 12:01:31



Vatican shoots down German synod plans as 'not ecclesiologically valid'...  

In a letter sent to German bishops last week, the Vatican has said that plans for a binding Church synod in Germany are "not ecclesiologically valid." Plans for a "binding synodal process" were first announced by Cardinal Reinhard Marx, head of the German episcopal conference, earlier this year. CNA reported last week that draft statues for the planned "Synodal Assembly" were approved in August by the executive committee of the German bishops' conference...

what do you think?

2019-09-15 11:37:44



Cardinal Raymond Burke, Bishop Athanasius Schneider announce 'Crusade of Prayer and Fasting' for Amazonian synod...  

Cardinal Raymond Burke and Bishop Athanasius Schneider have issued an eight-page declaration warning against six "serious theological errors and heresies" they say are contained in the Amazonian Synod working document, and calling for prayer and fasting to prevent them being approved. Cardinal Burke, patron of the Sovereign Order of Malta...

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2019-09-15 10:48:53



Against all odds, Pope Francis has made Synods of Bishops interesting...  

When roughly 300 Catholic leaders gather in Rome Oct. 6-27 to talk about the Amazon, it will be the 29th time since 1965 a pope has convoked a Synod of Bishops. For most of that span, the body's role could have been described in the same ironic terms Bob Dole once used about the Vice Presidency: "It's indoor work, and no heavy lifting is involved...

what do you think?

2019-09-15 10:10:42



3 reasons for humility...  

Living in a scientific age and having explained many things that were once mysterious to us, we tend to have an exaggerated idea of what we know. Teenagers often protest to their parents: "I know a few things, too!" Yes indeed, they (and we) do know a few things—a very few things. This is especially true when it comes to the hidden knowledge and counsel of God...

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2019-09-15 09:36:12



Pope to launch global educational pact next year...  

Pope Francis is inviting world leaders and young people to come together at the Vatican on May 14, 2020, for a an event called "Reinventing the Global Educational Alliance." "Never before has there been such need to unite our efforts in a broad educational alliance, to form mature individuals capable of overcoming division and antagonism...

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2019-09-15 08:40:41



Sister Jess Lambert: She gave up an engineering career to become a nun...  

In today's high-tech economy, engineers are well paid and in high demand, but a young woman from Elmhurst heard the call from a higher power, giving up engineering for a life of service. Sister Jess Lambert told CBS 2's Vince Gerasole it was a choice that matches the values of her millennial generation. At first glance, Lambert's may seem a choice from another time - a woman in a habit devoting her life to God...

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2019-09-15 08:29:49



Rattled by what's happening in the Church? Shake it off and get to work. This is the time God chose for us.....  

I know that many of you readers are upset by what is going on in the Church. May I repeat some advice? Remember that Popes come and go. There are good Popes and bad Popes, important Popes and forgettable Popes. Men pick them, not the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit's role in their election is to make sure that the Pope isn't a disaster for the Church...

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2019-09-15 08:11:17



Crazy! A homily for the 24th Sunday of the Year...  

The three parables in this Sunday's lengthy Gospel challenge conventional thinking. They describe people doing things that we most likely would not do. All three of them - especially the first two - seem crazy. Who would ever do what the shepherd of the lost sheep does or what the woman with the lost coin does? Probably no one...

what do you think?

2019-09-15 07:49:41



For the Vatican, grasping the universal often rests on the (Italian) local...  

Making decisions for a universal church requires a sense of what's happening on the ground, and inevitably, those perceptions are shaped by whatever specific place one happens to be. The local, in other words, often acts as one's prism for understanding the universal. In the case of the Vatican, above all that means Italy. When they get up in the morning...

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2019-09-15 07:10:29



Concerning a certain (ahem) pastural problem.....  

Princeton University, as its graduates will gladly tell you, is the real treasure of the Ivy League. And for good reason: Past and present faculty rank among the great figures of American higher education — including Harry G. Frankfurt, a Princeton emeritus professor of philosophy. Frankfurt earned his distinguished scholarly reputation with books like Demons...

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2019-09-15 06:55:21



There are no teachers...  

At the outset of a new academic year those of us who have the privilege of working with students in that mysterious process that we call 'education,' are again confronted with the question about how we might succeed a little better in the new year than we all did in the previous one. Unfortunately, the teaching profession is markedly different from every other profession in one prominent way: It is not safe to assume that a teacher will improve with experience...

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2019-09-15 03:10:23



Australian justice in the dock...  

Consider this sequence of events, familiar to some but evidently not to others: March 2013: Prior to any credible reports of misbehavior being made against Cardinal George Pell, police in Australia's state of Victoria launch "Operation Tethering," a sting aimed at the former archbishop of Melbourne (who by this time is prefect of the Vatican Secretariat for the economy...

what do you think?

2019-09-15 03:09:11



Beyond the U.S., the Top Five countries for beefs with the Pope...  

Responding to a mini-fracas set off by his recent declaration that he considers it "an honor when Americans are attacking me," Pope Francis told reporters during an inflight news conference Tuesday that the U.S. is not his only source of heartburn. "Criticism comes not only from the Americans, they're coming from all over...

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2019-09-15 01:48:55



The Book Thief of Monastery Mountain...  

Tourists are a most common sight at the abbey of Mont Sainte-Odile in the summer. So, when a somewhat hefty, tall man walked down the marble stairs leading to the first floor of the guesthouse, hardly anyone noticed. His backpack contained a Bible, which is normal in a place where people come for religious pilgrimages, but this Bible was more than 500 years old...

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2019-09-15 01:30:25



New details emerge about Bishop Michael Bransfield's corruption — $1 million spent on private jets while 20 parishes and schools were closed or cut off...  

New details have emerged about the lavish lifestyle enjoyed by disgraced Bishop Michael Bransfield. Bishop Bransfield spent nearly $1 million on private jets and more than $660,000 on airfare and hotels during his 13 years as bishop of his former Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston. A new investigation by The Washington Post, published Sept...

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2019-09-15 01:07:25



Believers must face this: All kinds of people wrestle with depression and suicide...  

This week's "Crossroads" podcast about the death of the Rev. Jarrid Wilson (click here to tune that in) was not business as usual. Here is my original GetReligion post on this topic: "Symbolic details too painful for words: Shocking death of Jarrid Wilson stunned us all." For me, this topic got personal really quick. First...

what do you think?

2019-09-14 15:46:48



Against all odds, Pope Francis has made Synods of Bishops interesting...  

When roughly 300 Catholic leaders gather in Rome Oct. 6-27 to talk about the Amazon, it will be the 29th time since 1965 a pope has convoked a Synod of Bishops. For most of that span, the body's role could have been described in the same ironic terms Bob Dole once used about the Vice Presidency: "It's indoor work, and no heavy lifting is involved...

what do you think?

2019-09-14 15:02:05



Crazy! A homily for the 24th Sunday of the Year...  

The three parables in this Sunday's lengthy Gospel challenge conventional thinking. They describe people doing things that we most likely would not do. All three of them - especially the first two - seem crazy. Who would ever do what the shepherd of the lost sheep does or what the woman with the lost coin does? Probably no one...

what do you think?

2019-09-14 13:41:33



Missouri attorney general report refers 12 former priests for prosecution...  

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt referred 12 former clerics for potential criminal prosecution in a report released Friday on his investigation into sexual abuse of minors by Catholic clergy in the state. "Since I took office, one of my top priorities has been conducting a thorough, exhaustive review of allegations of abuse by clergy members in the Roman Catholic Church...

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2019-09-14 10:04:50



New details emerge about Bishop Michael Bransfield's corruption — $1 million spent on private jets while 20 parishes and schools were closed or cut off...  

New details have emerged about the lavish lifestyle enjoyed by disgraced Bishop Michael Bransfield. Bishop Bransfield spent nearly $1 million on private jets and more than $660,000 on airfare and hotels during his 13 years as bishop of his former Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston. A new investigation by The Washington Post, published Sept...

what do you think?

2019-09-14 07:20:42



Australian justice in the dock...  

Consider this sequence of events, familiar to some but evidently not to others: March 2013: Prior to any credible reports of misbehavior being made against Cardinal George Pell, police in Australia's state of Victoria launch "Operation Tethering," a sting aimed at the former archbishop of Melbourne (who by this time is prefect of the Vatican Secretariat for the economy...

what do you think?

2019-09-14 02:48:48



Vatican shoots down German synod plans as 'not ecclesiologically valid'...  

In a letter sent to German bishops last week, the Vatican has said that plans for a binding Church synod in Germany are "not ecclesiologically valid." Plans for a "binding synodal process" were first announced by Cardinal Reinhard Marx, head of the German episcopal conference, earlier this year. CNA reported last week that draft statues for the planned "Synodal Assembly" were approved in August by the executive committee of the German bishops' conference...

what do you think?

2019-09-13 10:44:34



Our strengths are often our struggles...  

One of the things that I have learned about myself, and humans in general, is that our strengths are very closely related to our struggles. Some people are very passionate; this makes them dedicated and driven to make a difference. But it also makes them prone to anger or depression. Their passion in one area (e.g., truth, justice) can cause difficulties with passions in other areas such as sexuality...

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2019-09-13 08:14:23



Watch this if you need a boost today: Madagascans give the Pope, and a local hero, a memorable welcome...  

Thirty years ago, an Argentine-Slovenian Vincentian missionary was unable to remain indifferent to the misery of thousands of homeless people in the capital of Madagascar. As he encountered the city's poor living in squalor on the streets or in garbage dumps in Antananarivo, Vincentian Father Pedro Opeka befriended them and founded Akamasoa (literally "good friends")...

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2019-09-12 13:57:51



Video: Man receives Holy Communion, puts Host in pocket, walks away...  

That appears to be exactly what happened in the video below, posted on Twitter last week. It's unclear where or when this was taken. But it's gotten a lot of attention and generated a fair amount of comment. You can see it for yourself here. It's pretty outrageous, any way you slice it. But I have questions.

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2019-09-12 13:36:12



Sister Jess Lambert: She gave up an engineering career to become a nun...  

In today's high-tech economy, engineers are well paid and in high demand, but a young woman from Elmhurst heard the call from a higher power, giving up engineering for a life of service. Sister Jess Lambert told CBS 2's Vince Gerasole it was a choice that matches the values of her millennial generation. At first glance, Lambert's may seem a choice from another time - a woman in a habit devoting her life to God...

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2019-09-12 13:34:52



Seattle archbishop will not live in mansion: 'I am a pastor, not a prince'...  

Seattle Archbishop Paul D. Etienne said he will not live in the 9,000-square-foot mansion that many of his predecessors called home. In a letter sent to archdiocesan priests and deacons Sept. 3 - his first day as leader of the Archdiocese of Seattle - the archbishop wrote: "While the Connolly House has been home to the archbishops since 1920...

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2019-09-12 12:44:08



Pray for priests! (Part 1): In video, priest says deacons are “saying Mass” in Amazon region [but note: his claim of papal approval is hearsay, and contradicted by Pope's strong words on Sept. 7...  

For a few days a video has been circulating on the web in which an Italian priest of the highest rank, among those closest to Jorge Mario Bergoglio, says that in the Amazon the celebration of the Mass by married deacons is already a de facto reality, authorized by the local bishops. And Pope Francis, informed of the matter, is alleged to have said:"Go ahead...

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2019-09-12 12:16:32



Pope to launch global educational pact next year...  

Pope Francis is inviting world leaders and young people to come together at the Vatican on May 14, 2020, for a an event called "Reinventing the Global Educational Alliance." "Never before has there been such need to unite our efforts in a broad educational alliance, to form mature individuals capable of overcoming division and antagonism...

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2019-09-12 11:49:46



Concerning a certain (ahem) pastural problem.....  

Princeton University, as its graduates will gladly tell you, is the real treasure of the Ivy League. And for good reason: Past and present faculty rank among the great figures of American higher education — including Harry G. Frankfurt, a Princeton emeritus professor of philosophy. Frankfurt earned his distinguished scholarly reputation with books like Demons...

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2019-09-12 11:25:39



A can't-miss moment on the abuse crisis looms under the Golden Dome...  

Notre Dame is basically the Texas of the American Catholic Church, meaning it tends to operate on the principle of "go big or go home." They don't do anything small under the Golden Dome, and that's certainly true of a major series of events this academic year developed by Father John Jenkins, ND's president, on the clerical sexual abuse crisis...

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2019-09-12 11:22:23



Cardinal Raymond Burke, Bishop Athanasius Schneider announce 'Crusade of Prayer and Fasting' for Amazonian synod...  

Cardinal Raymond Burke and Bishop Athanasius Schneider have issued an eight-page declaration warning against six "serious theological errors and heresies" they say are contained in the Amazonian Synod working document, and calling for prayer and fasting to prevent them being approved. Cardinal Burke, patron of the Sovereign Order of Malta...

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2019-09-12 11:19:02



Pope returns to Vatican after apostolic journey to Africa...  

The Air Madagascar Airbus plane that is bringing Pope Francis back to the Vatican at the end of his 31st Apostolic Journey abroad has taken off from Antananarivo International Airport. As is customary, the Pope's outbound flight is always by Italy's national airline Alitalia, while the national airline of the country he is leaving is the one to bring him back home...

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2019-09-12 11:12:34



On Sunday, Pope Francis saw the best and worst of Madagascar...  

Those who follow Jesus must not manipulate the faith to serve their own agenda or ideology, abusing the name of God or religion to justify "violence, segregation and even murder, exile, terrorism and marginalization," Pope Francis said Sunday in Madagascar, speaking to a crowd estimated by organizers to be around one million people...

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2019-09-12 11:01:31



Cardinal Dolan considering options over scandal-hit Buffalo diocese...  

The Catholic Herald has learned that the Archdiocese of New York is closely monitoring the crisis in the Diocese of Buffalo, and that broad consultations are ongoing, with a view to possible action. The embattled Bishop of Buffalo, Richard J. Malone, faced several new calls for his resignation last week and over the weekend, including one from a group — the Movement to Restore Trust — that had previously sought to work with the bishop...

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2019-09-12 10:18:18



The Real Presence: Knowing what we are doing...  

On Sept. 6, I had the privilege to offer Mass for the 10,000th time as a priest. It's a great source of thanksgiving for me. Sometimes people are surprised when other priests or I mention exactly how many Masses we have celebrated, as if, on the positive side, we might have the world's greatest memory or, on the negative side...

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2019-09-12 09:55:36



3 reasons for humility...  

Living in a scientific age and having explained many things that were once mysterious to us, we tend to have an exaggerated idea of what we know. Teenagers often protest to their parents: "I know a few things, too!" Yes indeed, they (and we) do know a few things—a very few things. This is especially true when it comes to the hidden knowledge and counsel of God...

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2019-09-12 09:45:46



Ex-clergyman says U.S. priest in the Philippines is a known pedophile...  

The American priest's voice echoed over the phone line, his sharp Midwestern accent softened over the decades by a gentle Filipino lilt. On the other end, recording the call, was a young man battered by shame but anxious to get the priest to describe exactly what had happened in this little island village. "I should have known better than trying to just have a life...

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2019-09-12 09:19:36



The Christian family's unique relationship with Christ...  

The Christian family, that is a family where at least one member is baptized and practicing the faith, bears unique relationship with the humiliated Christ - Christ's humiliation is the Christian family's glory, Christ loves but He is not loved. So it is with the believer. we must learn to love when we are not loved. the more we learn such love...

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2019-09-12 08:59:18



The Salt Lake Tribune's hit piece on a Catholic priest departed from that newspaper's typically evenhanded coverage...  

I'm used to good journalism coming from the Salt Lake Tribune, including news on the religion beat. That's why a recent story posted about a Catholic priest's new parish assignment has me wondering if reporters ever leave their desks these days to do actual shoe-leather reporting. The piece I'm singling out could have been — and probably was — done exclusively over the phone...

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2019-09-12 08:48:26



Quick Hits: On annulment tribunals, the Ahmari-French debate, and [censored]...  

Leila Miller, who has made some important contributions to understanding the disastrous effects of divorce, has now turned her attention to diocesan marriage tribunals, and the unmistakable problems associated with routine declarations of annulment. She has posted a revealing interview with a veteran tribunal judge, who (speaking anonymously) acknowledges the problems—not so much with the process as with the people who conduct it

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2019-09-12 08:31:52



She arrived a tourist. The Greek island's beauty inspired her to become an Orthodox nun.....  

It's 3:30 a.m. when I disembark the ferry in a trance after a 10-hour sail from Athens. The air is soft and warm in Amorgos, a pristine island off the coast of Greece. Wooden fishing boats rock against their moors, lit villages dot the high hills, and a sweet scent of sage laces the morning air. Once the day starts, it's on to the reason I came here: to look for Sister Irini...

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2019-09-12 08:26:27



Reimagining the Beatitudes...  

This week at daily Mass we touch briefly on the Beatitudes from Luke's Gospel. This is one of the most famous texts of Scripture. Despite their familiarity, though, they are poorly understood by many people. Let's begin by exploring the word "beatitude." Sometimes it is defined as happiness, but happiness is too transitory and dependent upon external factors to fully convey its meaning...

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2019-09-12 08:21:55



4 depictions of discipleship — A homily for the 23rd Sunday of the Year...  

In Sunday's Gospel, Jesus defines four demands of discipleship. Let's look at them one by one. First, the text says that large crowds were following Jesus and so He turned to address them. Just about any time you find mention of a big crowd in the Bible, fasten your seat belt and prepare for a hard teaching. Jesus didn't trust large crowds...

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2019-09-12 08:16:40



In Madagascar, Pope Francis says that joy lightens the demands of our sacrifices...  

Pope Francis Sunday told Catholics in Madagascar that following Jesus can be demanding, but that Christ calls his disciples to place God at the center of their lives. "As we look around us, how many men and women, young people and children are suffering and in utter need! This is not part of God's plan. How urgently Jesus calls us to die to our self-centerdness...

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2019-09-12 07:32:08



For the Vatican, grasping the universal often rests on the (Italian) local...  

Making decisions for a universal church requires a sense of what's happening on the ground, and inevitably, those perceptions are shaped by whatever specific place one happens to be. The local, in other words, often acts as one's prism for understanding the universal. In the case of the Vatican, above all that means Italy. When they get up in the morning...

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2019-09-12 06:40:08



Pray for priests! (Part 2): Writer Massimo Faggioli retweets “deacons saying Mass” video, says “the Church of the priests is ending...”...  

"La chiesa dei preti sta finendo"

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2019-09-12 06:38:56



Pray for priests! (Part 3): Pope knocks “young, rigid priests,” says “they are afraid of everything” [but he also warns about deacons acting like “pseudo-priests”]...  

I would like to emphasize an attitude that I do not like, because it does not come from God: rigidity. Today it is fashionable, I do not know about here, but in other parts of the world it is fashionable, to find rigid people. Young, rigid priests, who want to save with rigidity, perhaps, I don't know, but they take this attitude of rigidity and sometimes - excuse me - from the museum...

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2019-09-12 05:32:32



Do we know how many angels exist?  

Whenever angels are mentioned in the Bible, the author has a difficult time explaining the exact number of spiritual beings present. For example, when the shepherds learn that Jesus was born, Luke explains that, "suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God" (Luke 2:13). Similarly when the prophet Daniel had one of his visions he saw...

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2019-09-12 05:21:34



Should Catholic women preach at Mass? Here's a better question.....  

Catholics who have sat through enough bad homilies can find it difficult to understand why the church does not allow women (or laymen) to preach about the good news at Mass. We all know women who are knowledgeable in the Catholic faith and who could probably give a more engaging homily than Father who is struggling through his fourth Mass of the weekend...

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2019-09-12 04:30:46



The Book Thief of Monastery Mountain...  

Tourists are a most common sight at the abbey of Mont Sainte-Odile in the summer. So, when a somewhat hefty, tall man walked down the marble stairs leading to the first floor of the guesthouse, hardly anyone noticed. His backpack contained a Bible, which is normal in a place where people come for religious pilgrimages, but this Bible was more than 500 years old...

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2019-09-12 04:27:28



The University and the Church...  

A collection of essays written by my mentor, Dr. Don Briel, was just released by Cluny Media. I was privileged to assemble and edit this collection, unified by the theme of the University and the Church, particularly the needed renewal of the university through the influence of the Catholic tradition. Briel founded the first Catholic Studies program to initiate a renewal through smaller...

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2019-09-12 03:17:53



The Pope's use of the 's-word' means he understands the stakes...  

In the beginning, some wondered if Pope Francis quite understood the consternation some of his words and deeds can arouse, and how much some sectors of the Catholic Church, especially those usually seen as more conservative or traditional, often feel aggrieved by the direction things seem to be heading. After Sept. 10, however...

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2019-09-12 03:01:22






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