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Cardinal Edward M. Egan, Former Archbishop of New York, Dies at 82New York TimesA year later, the pope appointed Cardinal Dolan, who was the archbishop of Milwaukee at the time, to replace Cardinal Egan, concluding a tenure that had not been popular with many Catholics but that had come to grips with hard decisions on church ...New York Cardinal Edward Egan has died at age 82Crux: Covering all things CatholicCardinal Egan, former archbishop of New York, dead at 82Fox NewsCardinal Egan commended to Christ's mercyCatholic News AgencyGawker -IrishCentralall 143 news articles »...
In a rare show of unity, Catholic media says: 'End the death penalty'Crux: Covering all things CatholicIn a rare display of ecclesial unity, a cross-section of liberal and conservative Catholic publications pushed forward a singular message Thursday: It's time for the United States to end the use of the death penalty. “We, the editors of four Catholic ...Call to End Capital Punishment Unites Diverse Catholic Media – What Happens ...Patheos (blog)Catholic Media Outlets Join Together to Call for End to Capital PunishmentNational Catholic RegisterStanding together to bring an end to the death penaltyNational Catholic Reporter (blog)all 17 news articles »...
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Archdiocesan briefsSt.Louis ReviewDoors open at 7:45 a.m., the keynote address by Catholic talk-show host and author Teresa Tomeo is at 9 a.m. and Mass is at 4 p.m. Also featured is Brenda Sharman, national director of Pure Fashion. Registration fee, which includes lunch, is $50 ......
Call to End Capital Punishment Unites Diverse Catholic Media – What Happens ...Patheos (blog)Earlier today, the editorial boards of the National Catholic Register, Our Sunday Visitor, America Magazine, and the National Catholic Reporter issued a joint statement calling for the end to capital punishment in the U.S. It is a rare, rare event when ...Today's Joint Editorial Against Capital PunishmentNational Catholic Reporter (blog)all 15 news articles »...
St. Thérèse's Parents to Be Saints in First Joint Canonization of a Married CoupleNational Catholic RegisterCardinal Angelo Amato, prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints, announced that Blesseds Louis and Zelie Martin will be canonized in October in conjunction with the Ordinary Synod of Bishops on the Family.Saints in the Little Flower family grow as parents set for canonizationPatheos (blog)all 14 news articles »...
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Picturing Mary exhibit in DCSioux City Catholic GlobeIn January, as they have for more than 40 years since the dreadful Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, thousands upon thousands of supporters of life will headed to Washington D.C for the annual March for Life. Some will pull a red eye and drive all ......
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Picturing Mary exhibit in DCSioux City Catholic GlobeIn January, as they have for more than 40 years since the dreadful Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, thousands upon thousands of supporters of life will headed to Washington D.C for the annual March for Life. Some will pull a red eye and drive all ......
History of the Crusades: President Obama's Prayer Breakfast CommentsPatheos (blog)I'm going to backtrack for today's video. This is a discussion of President Obama's comments about the Crusades at the 2015 National Prayer Breakfast. I decided to put these videos on Public Catholic because of the president's comments. Inaccurate ...and more »...
Candidates, Catechumens Eagerly Await Easter as CatholicsCatholic New YorkAt St. Patrick's Cathedral, Cardinal Dolan presided at the Rite of Calling Candidates to Continuing Conversion March 1 and the Rite of Election Feb. 22, the first Sunday of Lent. The Rite of Election was celebrated at St. Patrick's Cathedral for 650 ...and more »...
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Today's Joint Editorial Against Capital PunishmentNational Catholic Reporter (blog)Last fall, our CEO at NCR, Caitlin Hendel, was part of a panel of Catholic media leaders that included some of the same people who signed this morning's editorial and similarly spanned the ideological spectrum. They discussed Pope Francis. There were ......
Cardinal Pell's Vatican Economy Office Gets New Statutes, Expanded DutiesNational Catholic RegisterThe statutes of the Council for the Economy, the Secretariat for the Economy, and the Office for the General Auditor provided a legal framework to the three new Vatican offices. by ANDREA GAGLIARDUCCI/CNA/EWTN NEWS 03/05/2015 Comment. CNA.Cardinal Pell's Vatican economy office gets new statutesCatholic News AgencyPope: Care for and Respect the Elderly, Storehouses of WisdomDFW Catholicall 136 news articles »...
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