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Natural Family Planning

“Saint Pope John Paul II describes “contraception” (as opposed to ‘the regulation of births’) as follows: ‘When couples have recourse to contraception they manipulate and degrade human sexuality and with it themselves and their married partner by altering its value of total self-giving. 2,254 more words

Day #8 - Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey

What the guidebook says…

Begin your tour with a visit to the house where Jesus’ mother is said to have lived the last years of her life. 1,232 more words

Bishop Bonny looks ahead to the Synod - an ongoing analysis

Bishop Johan Bonny has been making headlines in Catholic media, first in Germany but today also in his native Belgium. In an extensive note the bishop of Antwerp outlines his thoughts and expectations for this autumn’s Synod of Bishops. 388 more words

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August 26 in history:

The 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution took effect on August 26th, 1920, giving American women the right to vote.

It’s the birthday of the first woman… 117 more words

Today In History

Time Magazine’s Person of the Year Pope Francis will finally visit the Philippines for the first time on January 15 to 19, as reported by Manila Archbishop Luis Cardinal Tagle, after the apostolic visit to the Sri Lankan nation. 190 more words

Pope Paul VI Has Died

Thus begins my new blog presenting the day-to-day happenings in the papacy of His Holiness, Pope John Paul I.

Catholic Church

I'm Coming Out Part 2: Endo-metri-what-now?

Endometriosis. If you don’t have it, you’ve probably never heard of it. If you do, you know it’s a confusing, painful, devastating disease. Here’s the medical definition: 2,003 more words