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Sacred Meals and Identity - A Thanksgiving Reflection

Our forebears would get a kick out of this one.

Communities all across America will celebrate today as Thanksgiving, a day set aside to give thanks for the blessings that we have.   794 more words

No Beacon of Light

You have sucked my marrow

You have bled me dry

You cut me loose

After gouging me in the eye

You took all you could… 178 more words



Three members of the feminist protest group Femen took to Saint Peter’s Square yesterday in criticism of Pope Francis’ upcoming visit to the European Parliament. Dressed only in black leather miniskirts, the three got down on all fours and simulated anal sex with wooden crucifixes until the police carried them off. 174 more words

Bergoglio's Past Catches up with him, with a vengeance

I have intently watched the Papacy of Pope Francis, from the first day of his election as Roman Pontiff.  Though I am a resident in Rome, I did not go to St. 897 more words


Cardinal Kasper: 'Growing Majority' in Synod Support Divorce-Remarriage Proposal

NEWCHURCH BERGOGLIO: Kasper Says Pope Has Problems in His Own Family, Wants to See an “Opening!”

Cardinal Walter Kasper has said he thinks a “growing majority” of the synod are in favor of his proposal to allow some divorced and civilly remarried Catholics to receive holy Communion. 1,168 more words