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January 01, 1970
The Catholic Herald
Violence comes in many forms, but its goal is always control, Bishop Mark E. Brennan of Wheeling-Charleston said in his homily at the fourth annual national vigil Mass marking October as of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Violence in the home, Bishop Brennan said, is common, not sporadic like epidemics. Whether it is physical, verbal, emotional,
January 01, 1970
The Catholic Herald
Across the United States, Catholic sisters are encouraging people to sign up to vote. Humility of Mary Sister Ann McManamon, the director of Dorothy Day House of Hospitality in Youngstown Ohio, has her volunteers registering votes to vote three days a week, according to a piece by Global Sisters Report. Though the numbers they have
January 01, 1970
The Catholic Herald
Where would you go? Ethiopia. I want to see those underground Churches in Lalibela. As a South African, I’ve always had interest in African art, artefact and jewellery and the Ethopians dress in the most wonderful way. Their modern jewellery, made out of recycled glass, and their traditional stuff is just heavenly. John, my husband,
January 01, 1970
The Catholic Herald
Catholics at the Diocese of Malindi in Kenya, Africa have taken the Blessed Sacrament for the first time in five years.
January 01, 1970
The Catholic Herald
Where would you go? Ethiopia. I want to see those underground Churches in Lalibela. As a South African, I’ve always had interest in African art, artefact and jewellery and the Ethopians dress in the most wonderful way. Their modern jewellery, made out of recycled glass, and their traditional stuff is just heavenly. John, my husband,
January 01, 1970
The Catholic Herald
Was Jesus a tragic figure? The Crucifixion was certainly as brutal and bloody as anything in Sophocles or Shakespeare. It was the kind of death which the ancient Romans reserved mostly for political rebels, and the point was to humiliate its victims as well as torture them. Look how helpless you are when up against
January 01, 1970
CNA Staff
Cardinal George Pell thanked Pope Francis Friday following the dramatic resignation of Vatican Cardinal Angelo Becciu. In a statement sent to CNA on September 25, the former prefect of the Vatican Secretariat for the Economy said: “The Holy Father was elected to clean up Vatican finances. He plays a long game and is to be
January 01, 1970
Colleen Rowan
Violence comes in many forms, but its goal is always control, Bishop Mark E. Brennan of Wheeling-Charleston said in his homily at the fourth annual national vigil Mass marking October as of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Violence in the home, Bishop Brennan said, is common, not sporadic like epidemics. Whether it is physical, verbal, emotional,
January 01, 1970
Ferdie Rous
Across the United States, Catholic sisters are encouraging people to sign up to vote. Humility of Mary Sister Ann McManamon, the director of Dorothy Day House of Hospitality in Youngstown Ohio, has her volunteers registering votes to vote three days a week, according to a piece by Global Sisters Report. Though the numbers they have
January 01, 1970
The Catholic Herald
Where would you go? Ethiopia. I want to see those underground Churches in Lalibela. As a South African, I’ve always had interest in African art, artefact and jewellery and the Ethopians dress in the most wonderful way. Their modern jewellery, made out of recycled glass, and their traditional stuff is just heavenly. John, my husband,
January 01, 1970
Staff Reporter
Catholics at the Diocese of Malindi in Kenya, Africa have taken the Blessed Sacrament for the first time in five years.
January 01, 1970
Dan Hitchens
Where would you go? Ethiopia. I want to see those underground Churches in Lalibela. As a South African, I’ve always had interest in African art, artefact and jewellery and the Ethopians dress in the most wonderful way. Their modern jewellery, made out of recycled glass, and their traditional stuff is just heavenly. John, my husband,
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