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Speaking of Notre Dame, an interesting little tempest. If you watch college football, you know that during a broadcast, each college runs a spot touting itself. Most of them feature hi-tech labs and happy students sitting outside. The spot Notre […]

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Open a school southwest of South Bend Gary Bishop Dale Melczek, whose diocese includes the LaPorte County school, gave the order permission to open the school, but not to operate programs, raise money or recruit future seminarians in diocese parishes, […]

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Built with the personal funds of John Paul II Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe, who is now in Baku on a visit from the Vatican, took part in the laying of the foundation of a new Catholic church, the Catholic Church in […]

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Is it all just diplomatic noise? The unidentified spokesperson said that the Vatican’s public announcement, “shows no respect for the 5 million Catholics in China, their bishops, the college of bishops and the Patriotic Association, and for the decision-making processes […]

Little Susan Torres has passed away. Rest in peace, in the arms of your loving mama, forever… The Torres Family Page has been updated with the news.

One of the more interesting sub-genres of Catholic blogging that has emerged of late is that of the ecclesiastical gossip blog. Or, if you will, blogs dedicated to hierarchical goings-on, the authors of which hint or outright claim to have […]

Here’s a website dedicated to that purpose via a petition If Turkey aspires to join the community of Europe, the first step would be to show a spirit of understanding and a sense of justice, mutual respect and willingness to […]

From writer Peter Feuerherd: The crew of your blog fans was so helpful the last time around, I would like to draw upon them again. I am doing a story for US Catholic, with the theme being: "What to do […]

Yup. Steve Wilson has the evidence.

Southern Hemisphere, that is. Sandro Magister discusses, then reprints an article about biotechnology, developing and once-developing nations, and missionaries The point is that countries that are or were once formerly considered "missionary territory" are quickly jumping on the biotech bandwagon, […]