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New Jesuit leader sees dialogue, work with migrants as priorities

Catholic Culture - World News - 3 months 6 days ago
The newly elected leader of the world’s Jesuits sees inter-religious dialogue and work with migrants as top priorities.

Iowa State requiring students to give up free speech to graduate

LifeSiteNews - 3 months 6 days ago
'No university policy can trump the First Amendment...These are anti-speech policies masquerading as ‘harassment’ policies.'

Mexico: suspect arrested for September killing of two priests

Catholic Culture - World News - 3 months 6 days ago
Mexican police have arrested a suspect in connection with the September murder of two Catholic priests.

From the "Sink or Swim" Desk

Whispers in the Loggia - 3 months 6 days ago
So, folks, one Election down – two to go... and a Scarlet Bowl on tap, to boot.Even as the package for the First Ballot of these weeks took a bit to sufficiently wrap up,...

Female minister: ‘I prayed to God’ for guidance before my abortion

LifeSiteNews - 3 months 6 days ago
Baptist pastor Susan Chorley says many women turn to their Christian faith before choosing abortion.

Feast of St. Luke

CatholicMom.com - 3 months 6 days ago
Today is the feast day of St. Luke the Evangelist, author of the beloved Gospel of Luke, as well as the Acts of the Apostles. St. Luke is the patron saint of artists, writers and...

Year of Mercy: Life Over Death in Caloocan City

American Catholic - Top News - 3 months 6 days ago
Father Luciano Feloni, an Argentine priest in Caloocan City, Philippines, is leading an effort to rehabilitate drug users rather than leave them vulnerable to a series of...

Myanmar: cardinal sees religious intolerance as ‘poision’

Catholic Culture - World News - 3 months 6 days ago
Religious intolerance is a “poison for society,” which has doing severe damage in Asia, according to Cardinal Charles Maung Bo of Yangon, Myanmar.

This Country Will Soon Let Women Pregnant With Twins Abort Their “Extra” Babies, Even if Healthy

LifeNews.com - 3 months 6 days ago
Norway may become the next “abortion tourism” spot for women who are carrying twins. This week, the Norwegian Ministry of Health ruled that foreign women pregnant with twins or...

World leaders need will to bring peace to Iraq, says papal nuncio

Catholic Culture - World News - 3 months 6 days ago
In order to end the bloodshed in Iraq, world leaders need “first of all, the political will,” the apostolic nuncio in that country told the Catholic News Agency.

Police correct to protect New Zealanders from Dr. Death: pro-family group

LifeSiteNews - 3 months 6 days ago
'Nitschke promotes suicide, has left a trail of destruction, and is evidence of just how far some euthanasia advocates will take an assisted suicide law if it was ever introduced.'

France to ban all Christian symbols in latest attempt to 'fight the advance of political Islam' HD

Catholic Online - Featured News - 3 months 6 days ago
France to ban all Christian symbols in latest attempt to 'fight the advance of political ...

Church must inform consciences on marriage, to counter poor preparation: Archbishop Sample

Catholic Culture - World News - 3 months 6 days ago
In an interview with Catholic World Report, following up on his pastoral letter on the implementation of Amoris Laetitia, Archbishop Alexander Sample of Portland, Oregon, explains...

Amnesty International’s Claim 70% Want to Change Northern Ireland’s Pro-Life Laws is Flawed

LifeNews.com - 3 months 6 days ago
Amnesty International has published an opinion poll which claims that 70% of people in Northern Ireland support a change in abortion law, the BBC reports. Amnesty has not released...

VP candidate Kaine is ‘cafeteria Catholic,’ archbishop says

Catholic Culture - World News - 3 months 6 days ago
In a strongly worded column published in his archdiocesan newspaper, Archbishop Joseph Naumann has labeled Democratic vice-presidential candidate Tim Kaine as “an orthodox member...

Sharing the Word for October 19, 2016 – Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time – Year 2

American Catholic - Top News - 3 months 6 days ago
Memorial of Sts. Jean de Brébeuf, Isaac Jogues, and Companions October 19, 2016 Daily Reading from the USCCB: Luke 12:39-48 https://www.franciscanmedia.org/wp-content/uploads/2016...

As Planned Parenthood marks 100 years, post-abortive ministries serve to mend broken lives

LifeSiteNews - 3 months 6 days ago
The culture of death from the abortion industry is ever increasingly creeping into all of our lives, from the moment of birth throughout the normal course of our natural lives.

Nurse Becomes Pro-Life After Seeing 14-Week-Old Unborn Baby

LifeNews.com - 3 months 6 days ago
A nurse named Jane Beville told the following story: “I have been a nurse for 33 years, 18 of those years working in labor and delivery and high risk obstetrics. I have NEVER seen...

Fr Sosa: Reconciliation and dialogue priorities for Jesuits

News.va - 3 months 6 days ago
(Vatican Radio) Promoting reconciliation and dialogue in a divided and wounded world is a top priority for the Society of Jesus under its new leader, Venezuelan Father Arturo Sosa...

Federal court allows church’s challenge to state law barring discrimination for gender identity

Catholic Culture - World News - 3 months 6 days ago
A federal court in Iowa has rejected the state government’s request to dismiss a lawsuit brought by a Protestant church to challenge the state’s new anti-discrimination policy.
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