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January 1, 1970 Archives

The Anglican Communion is getting closer and closer to a split over the issue: Nigerian church makes a point: Nigeria’s Anglican church has deleted all references to the mother church in Britain from its constitution, deepening a rift over homosexuality […]

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A nice piece on a young man who’s getting involved with FOCUS, the Fellowship of CAtholic University Students They’re much like Campus Crusade for Christ, and they both follow the same leader. FOCUS (Fellowship of Catholic University Students) — just […]

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Chaldean bishops are concerned: Catholic bishops in Iraq are seeking last-minute changes to their country’s draft constitution amid "grave concerns" that it would lead to discrimination against Christians. Chaldean Patriarch Emmanuel-Karim Delly of Baghdad, Iraq, met Iraqi interim President Jalal […]

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A bit more on the crash that killed two seminarians last weekend. The seminarian who was driving has been charged: Robert Spaulding, 27, who attends seminary at St. Mary of the Lake University in Mundelein, was allegedly drunk last Thursday […]

Thought you might want to read Bishop Wuerl’s recent column on Intelligent Design and evolution:

But here’s one last post until this afternoon: McCarrick and Neuhaus in Pittsburgh, covered by the excellent Ann Rogers: In interviews, McCarrick and Neuhaus gave differing assessments of a proposal by Bishop Donald Wuerl of the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh […]

The new edition of the Acta Apostolicae Sedis contains a detailed account of John Paul II’s last days.

Against Creationism: One company, called B.C. Tours "because we are biblically correct," even offers escorted visits to the Denver Museum of Science and Nature. Participants hear creationists’ explanations for the exhibitions. So officials like Judy Diamond, curator of public programs […]

In his continuing series on doctrinal development, Michael Liccione tackles Limbo…

When I spoke at Notre Dame a couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Philip Bess, of the College of Architecture. I learned a lot in our five-minute conversation, and Philip has expanded his thoughts so that […]