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Sorry Folks…(and My Upcoming Iowa Trip!)Patheos (blog)One of my favorite guest posters, Charles Beard, an aspiring deacon, father and member of the Catholic Worker movement, wrote a post about being a radical, and not just saying you are a radical. I think that post was for me. Father Anthony Gerber wrote ...and more »...
Cooking Priest Comes To Sioux CitySiouxland NewsThis year's keynote speaker is Father Leo Patalinghug, also known as "The Cooking Priest." He is a published author and reality TV champion. We caught up with "The Cooking Priest" who says Catholic Schools do a lot, but cannot do it alone. He plans to ......
Spencer Couple to be Honored at Bishop's DinnerSiouxland Matters“The dinner is proof of what Catholic education has done for children in the diocese,” Josie said. “The schools have provided ... The keynote speaker is Father Leo Patalinghug, a priest from the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Tickets to the dinner go on ......
Sorry Folks…(and My Upcoming Iowa Trip!)Patheos (blog)One of my favorite guest posters, Charles Beard, an aspiring deacon, father and member of the Catholic Worker movement, wrote a post about being a radical, and not just saying you are a radical. I think that post was for me. Father Anthony Gerber wrote ...and more »...
Homeless people are God's children: We cannot reduce troubled individuals to ...New York Daily NewsWhile very grateful for the wonderful work of Catholic Charities, our religious orders, our parishes and people in showing compassion to our street people, I confess we can do more, and will, hopefully in partnership with our state and city leaders. We ...and more »...
Provocative (?) Thoughts on Radical Catholic ReactionariesPatheos (blog)It's often observed (almost always by cradle Catholics) that apologetics today is dominated by converts, and that has certain downsides, with Protestant “baggage” brought into the Church by the converts. This is not totally the case. Karl Keating is ......
MTRCB finds ally in Catholic Media Network, pushes for intelligent viewershipSun.StarTHE Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) has found another ally in the Philippine Federation of Catholic Broadcasters-Catholic Media Network (PFCB-CMN) for its nationwide "Matalinong Panonood para sa Pamilya at Lipunan ......
Ahead of US visit, Pope Francis is popular among AmericansCatholic News AgencyOverall, the survey's respondents were sceptical toward both major news outlets and Catholic media. Only about 40 percent of survey respondents trusted these news sources for accurate news about the Pope. However, about 70 percent of practicing ...and more »...
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Three Lessons Sports Teach Us About FaithSt.Louis Review (blog)If that's what you're looking for, check out Brandon Vogt's post on his website Strange Notions for a logical, point-by-point breakdown of the finer theological points in the article. Instead, let's look at three lessons sports can teach us about faith ......
The First Epistle of St. Paul to the CartoonistsPatheos (blog)Tom McDonald has written a fine piece about the rank hypocrisy of those who scold Christians on their Philistinism for failing appreciate Piss Christ or the genius of caking the Blessed Virgin with elephant dung or the thousand other cowardly acts of ......
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