Tag: ecclesiology

United We Stand

Divided we fall. John Paul has pointed out something that I should keep in mind when I'm trying to protect the Church from heterodoxy. Pope wants bishops to heal divisions in Church "Pope John Paul II has told a number of bishops of the US that one of the most important tasks of a bishop …

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Round and Round We Go

It seems no matter how hard I try to move on, this topic just keeps coming back. The repercussions are too important and the exchanges too interesting to ignore. US politicians warn of of anti-Catholic hate revival “48 Catholic members of Congress have signed a letter warning that the church risks bringing ‘great harm’ on …

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Shape Up or Ship Out

It’s sad that Senator Kenny has turned his back on the Church, but at least he’ll no longer be scandalizing it. I wonder if Governor McGreevey will continue to seek communion in private. Either way, he has taken the honorable step of ceasing his public dispute with the Church. Agape Press Commentary & News Briefs …

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Protecting the Faith

Life and the Eucharist are under attack. I think devotion to the latter would help the former. New Ad Campaign Questions Cardinal’s Coddling of Pro-Abortion Catholic Politicians Thu May 6,10:16 AM ET To: National Desk Contact: Joseph R. Giganti of the American Life League, 703-928-9695 or jgiganti@all.org; Web: http://www.all.org “WASHINGTON, May 6 /U.S. Newswire/ — …

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Billy Boy

Catholic priest preaches first sermon at splinter church JUDY LIN, Associated Press &quotSEWICKLEY, Pa. – Celebrating Mass for the first time at his unsanctioned splinter church, the Rev. Bill Hausen on Sunday urged some 300 people to stop procrastinating before they ‘;die without really having lived.’" Breakaway priest is excommunicated Diocese issues warning to parishioners …

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