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The Pope, today: Today in the Vatican, the Pope received Cardinal James F. Stafford, major penitentiary of the Apostolic Penitentiary, prelates and officials of that tribunal, and those priests and prelates who hear confessions at the basilicas of Rome.  The […]

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Just because I want to. I’m pulling together a page of some sort on the "Catholic Blogosphere’s Guide to Rome." I want both bloggers who are permanently based in Rome, as well as blog posts from folks who have visited. […]

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Last week, I ran a post asking for suggestions of small, grassroots charities here and overseas to which people might offer spiritual and material assistance. It was inspired by the Colorado Springs Diocese’s newspaper editor’s blog on his journey with […]

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As I mentioned below, I get regular questions about Scripture study materials for Catholic adults and youth. I think a page with a collection of such resources would be useful to people. If you could post suggestions here – with […]

Our Bestseller’s List What Books People who Read Amy’s Open Book blog and Michael’s Annunciation blog are Buying February 2007 (2/17/2007) 1. The Power of the Cross: Meditations for the Lenten Season 2. The How-To Book of the Mass: Everything […]

A Joint StatementBy Catholic bloggers of the Dallas area Is there a phrase more infamous than "Roe versus Wade"? The principal people involved in this most infamous legal case were from Dallas. "Roe" is a pseudonym for Dallas resident Norma […]

A few years ago when blogging first exploded, there were several candidates for Full Communion and catechumens who blogged their way through the process. Since Lent is approaching, I was wondering if there were many folks doing the same this […]