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Cardinal Dolan Sets Record Straight, Synod Document Needs Major Revisions

CBS’s Charlie Rose, Norah O’Donnell and Jane Pauley tried baiting Cardinal Dolan into a defensive position on whether the decidedly “skewed” first draft of the Vatican Synod on the Family’s document was for real when it implied cohabiting couples, divorced Catholics and homosexual couples and their children would be able to receive Holy Communion in the future. 365 more words

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Dolan: Draft Of Vatican Family Values Document Needs Revision

VATICAN CITY (CBSNewYork/AP) — New York’s Cardinal Timothy Dolan said there’s “enthusiastic unity” among bishops for Pope Francis’ attempts to make the Catholic Church more welcoming and present its teachings in new ways. 372 more words


Christ Our Life

By Tom Quiner

I spent the weekend Facebooking and tweeting from the Christ Our Life Conference in Des Moines, Iowa.

What a weekend. I listened to top Catholic speakers peel back the depth and beauty of the Catholic faith. 741 more words


The Great Shaking Commences

Since I first began describing the Storm to my priests when I finally broke silence 20 years ago I have described it as a global civil war. 3,437 more words

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The dysfunctional family that is the Catholic Church

By Tom Quiner

The Catholic Church is a big, messy family.

I’m blogging live at the Christ Our Life Catholic Conference at Wells Fargo Arena. The arena is packed with the Catholic faithful from around the Midwest. 292 more words


And the Beat Goes On...

Apparently Pope Francis did not get my email telling him I really needed a quiet week to catch up and so to avoid any controversy. If he did, surely he would have waited until next week to re-assign Cardinal Burke to the Knights of Malta. 477 more words


Cardinal Dolan Does It Again

Some of you may remember that during that last conclave, I posted an article entitled Cardinal Dolan, the Man Who Must Never be Pope. I’m sure than many people thought I was to hard on the happy-go-lucky cardinal from New York. 1,939 more words

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