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January 1, 1970 Archives

The NYTimes on Giuliani’s recent finessing: Fred Siegel, author of “Prince of the City: Giuliani, New York and the Genius of American Life,” said Mr. Giuliani will likely be careful to avoid anything perceived as a flip-flop on the issue. […]

CNS story on the ways and means of Cardinal Bertone, Vatican Secretary of State: The media has warmed to the cardinal’s personality and given him ample ink and airtime. As a result, the 72-year-old Salesian is building a reputation as […]

Getting behind an initiative: Pope Benedict XVI (bio – news) strongly endorsed programs that will make vaccines available to needy countries, as he met on February 9 with finance ministers from Italy, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Russia. The government […]

If you’ve never visited the Monks of Adoration website – now’s a good time to start! We, The Community of The Monks of Adoration, are a Public Association of the Faithful in the Diocese of Venice in Florida. Our Constitutions […]

At Intentional Disciples, a post on the transformative impacat of Eucharistic Adoration. And a couple of other bits of fruit from blogging about: Thank you! A brief Christianity Today piece laying out the basics of the two main re-asserters groups […]

A provocative Corner post, I thought, here: According to a congressman’s wife who attended a Republican women’s luncheon yesterday, Karl Rove explained the rationale behind the president’s amnesty/open-borders proposal this way: "I don’t want my 17-year-old son to have to […]

Not even close. The Edwards blogger issue continues. The issue is, as I said yesterday, what the attitude of these bloggers says about Edwards. Really. The direction these conversations are taking in the blogo- and pundi-spheres seems to be in […]

If you’re like most people, you want to help others, you want to be a faithful disciple and do as Jesus commands – to love, to serve. But you might be put off by the bigness of certain charities. They […]

A very nice story from the Enquirer on a seminarians’ basketball team – the Minor Prophets Of the five Minor Prophets from the local area, three went to public high schools, one was home-schooled and one went to Elder. Many […]

The Cincinnati Post picks up on the ongoing tensions between the Diocese of Covington and Northern Kentucky Right to Life, which was founded by a former bishop of Covington, as it happens: Recently, in full-page daily newspaper ads, both organizations […]