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New Pope a Pillar of Orthodoxy, Promotes Social Justice

Liberal commentators are going to be completely flummoxed by our new Pope Francis.  He’s a pillar of orthodoxy — including moral issues — but at the same time is extraordinarily humble and actively promotes social justice. As archbishop of Buenos … Continue reading

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Will We Have Our Cardinals’ Backs? Yes, If We Fast and Pray

“I’ve got your back.” As our cardinals get ready to do their most important duty — electing a successor to Pope Benedict XVI, who announced this morning that he was retiring effective Feb. 28 — will they be able to … Continue reading

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How Not to Lead Inquirers Astray

Nick Wagner, who runs a website that provides information and sells resources for RCIA teams, has written a post which, I think, has the potential to lead RCIA catechists seriously astray. He notes that typically RCIA coordinators create a calendar, … Continue reading

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Pray the Rosary in the Street?

“You always leave the Rosary for later, and you end up not saying it at all because you are sleepy. If there is no other time, say it in the street without letting anybody notice it. It will, moreover, help … Continue reading

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