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July 25, 2014

Saint James the Apostle

Communio - 3 days 9 hours ago
We honor Saint James, the Apostle. Scripture reveals that James was the first Apostle to be martyred according to the book of Acts of the Apostles. This James carries with him the...

Sunday Homily: The Kingdom of Heaven

Zenit - The World as Seen from Rome - 3 days 9 hours ago
-- 1 Kings 3:5,7-12 Psalm 119:57,72,76-77,127-128,129-130 Romans 8:28-30 Matthew 13:44-52 King Solomon, the son of David, was established in his kingdom and built the temple...

Chef at Vatican canteen says Pope’s visit was ‘like a thunderbolt’

Catholic Herald - 3 days 9 hours ago
Pope Francis has made a surprise visit to the Vatican canteen, enjoying pasta without sauce and a cod served with grilled tomatoes. The Pope turned up unexpectedly just after...

The Church and World War I - “Echoes of the Great War” by Catholic News Service

New Liturgical Movement - 3 days 9 hours ago
As I watched this excellent documentary from Catholic News Service, I was reminded particularly by the second half (from 9:00, discussing the aftermath of “The War to End All Wars...

Please Pray for Her

CatholicMom.com - 3 days 9 hours ago
The Water Park I feel sick to my stomach and my heart is breaking for the children I sat next to at the water park last week. I know my view was limited and my judgment was not...

Francis is cafeteria Catholic – News flash

Communio - 3 days 9 hours ago
Pope Francis is a cafeteria Catholic, and he carries his own tray.

Premature Baby is So Small She Dresses in Teddy Bear Clothes to Avoid Suffocation

LifeNews.com - 3 days 9 hours ago
Late-term abortions are legal in nations like the United States and England, where this tiny little girl was recently born. Thankfully, she is alive and doctors are working...

NFP and Too Much of a Good Thing

Creative Minority Report - 3 days 9 hours ago
Over at the Register I write about the unfortunate phenomenon of rhetorical overkill when in comes the NFP. NFP can be a good thing. Too much love of that good thing, not so much...

Rubio: Economic health tied to morality, community

EWTN - US Latest News - 3 days 10 hours ago
Washington D.C., Jul 25, 2014 / 07:16 am (EWTN News/CNA).- A strong national economy requires strong families, supported by both government and the broader community, said Senator...

Rubio: Economic health tied to morality, community

Catholic News Agency - General - 3 days 10 hours ago
Washington D.C., Jul 25, 2014 / 06:16 am (CNA/EWTN News).- A strong national economy requires strong families, supported by both government and the broader community, said Senator...

Daily Homily: Let Us Praise Joachim and Anne

Zenit - The World as Seen from Rome - 3 days 10 hours ago
-- Sirach 44:1,10-15 Psalm 132:11,13-14,17-18 Matthew 13:16-17 Today we celebrate the memorial of Saints Joachim and Anne, the parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary. They were...

Meatless Friday: Scalloped Potatoes

CatholicMom.com - 3 days 10 hours ago
Both baking potatoes such as russets and boiling potatoes such as Yukon Gold work well in this recipe. I like the baking potatoes. Yes, they do not hold up as well as their...

First Catholic University Set to Open in Vietnam

Catholic Education Daily - 3 days 11 hours ago
The establishment of the first Catholic university in Vietnam is officially in the works following the denial of educational freedom in the Communist country over the last sixty...

Christian aid workers slain in Afghanistan

Catholic Culture - World News - 3 days 11 hours ago
Two Finnish women who have worked for a Christian aid organization in Afghanistan since 1997 were gunned down in Herat, the nation's 3rd-largest city. "These women have given...

$3.5 Million Belongs To Break-Away Episcopal Diocese

The Religion Clause - 3 days 11 hours ago
In Diocese of Quincy v. The Episcopal Church, (IL App., July 24, 2014), an Illinois state appellate court applied the "neutral principles" approach to hold that over $3.5 million...

In Britain, Theology Student's Unemployment Benefits Ended For Attending Communion Instead of Interview

The Religion Clause - 3 days 11 hours ago
Church Times today reports on a decision in Britain, upheld on appeal, to cut off the unemployment benefits of a theology student because he skipped a required interview to attend...

�China's aging millions look forward to bleak future'

Catholic Culture - World News - 3 days 11 hours ago
China's population of elderly will rise to 350 million by 2030, and the nation's one-child policy will "impose a huge burden on the country, shrink the labor force that has fueled...

Court Reaffirms Catholic Hospital's Plan Not Exempt From ERISA As" Church Plan"

The Religion Clause - 3 days 11 hours ago
In Rollins v. Dignity Health,(ND CA, July 22, 2014), a California federal district court reaffirmed its earlier holding that Dignity Health's retirement plan is not a "church plan...

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