23 Jan 2016

Some web browsing.....

Joint Catholic-Orthodox statement on sanctity of life 

The Future Pan-Orthodox Council: To Be or Not To Be?

For the Love of God and Music, Monks Suffer Notoriety - Benedictines give up anonymity to bring Gregorian chant to millions

Setting the Record Straight on Auschwitz Survivor and the Grandson of Her Nazi Captor - “Forgive your worst enemy. It will heal your soul and set you free.”

She’s a Tertiary? He’s an Oblate? What Is That About? - The great religious orders have always included layfolk in their number, some of whom have become saints.

Don’t confuse marriage with other kinds of unions, pope says

Monster storm can't keep massive crowds from March for Life

Bishop Zubik calls for pro-lifers to ‘connect the dots’ on life issues

This sword-wielding Samurai just moved closer to sainthood!

Pope praises newly beatified Argentine 'cowboy priest'

Satellite images confirm: Iraq's oldest monastery destroyed by Islamic State

Still fighting the death penalty, Sister Prejean gets pope’s blessing 

In Muslim Sand, Vocations Take Root and Bloom

Africa, Anglicans and Catholics: The Heart of Christianity Moves South - The rift between Anglicans and the U.S. Episcopal Church has implications for the Catholic Church, too
The roots of Ireland’s goodness are drawn from a deep Christian faith’ - Delia Maguire tells Francis Phillips that, after the abuse crisis, the Church in Ireland will never be the same again
Attempt by world’s churches to fix date for Easter opposed by small Yorkshire town
The Catholic Herald - Joanna Bogle, Fr Ray Blake, Fr John Hunwicke, Rocco Palmo, Joseph Shaw and Fr John Zuhlsdorf respond to the Pope’s decision to alter the Holy Thursday foot-washing rite.
Bishop Robert Barron explains why he doesn’t believe that “Luther’s protest is effectively over”.
Bones of Thomas Becket to return to Canterbury – via Hungary

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