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December 04, 2019
December 04, 2019
Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Buffalo’s embattled Bishop Richard Malone. The Diocese of Buffalo will be administered by Albany’s Bishop Edward Scharfenberger until a permanent replacement for Malone is appointed. A December 4 communique from the United States’ apostolic nunciature said Malone asked Pope Francis for an “early retirement” during last month’s ad
December 04, 2019
Cardinal Joseph Zen has accused Cardinal Pietro Parolin of “manipulating the Holy Father” over China. The “re-foundation” of the John Paul II Theological Institute is a sign that “shouldn’t be underestimated”, Cardinal Parolin has said. Ex-cardinal Theodore McCarrick is facing a new lawsuit. A Spanish cardinal has expressed “great concern” about the country’s prospective left-wing
December 04, 2019
I don’t know any Catholic parent of adult children who doesn’t have a lapsed member of the family (or even more than one.) It is a common problem in the circles I move in. I have heard of home-schooled Catholic families where this is not the case, but even among them you find members who
December 04, 2019
Today’s “woke” generation raises all kinds of social issues – some more deserving of support than others. However, one important social issue it will never raise or endorse is that of mothers who choose to stay at home when their children are young, knowing that this is easily the best way to help them become
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