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Pope Francis despatch 1000 super-confessors

Pope Francis has sent more than 1,000 priests on a global mission to forgive grave sins that normally only he, or a top Church official, may pardon. 58 more words

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Quick Lessons from Catechism: The Use of Social Communications Media

In recent days, with the State of the Union (which could be used for those suffering from insomnia) and the GOP Presidential Debate last night, I realized how biased the mainstream media is towards pushing their own agenda. 727 more words

Quick Lessons From The CCC

Archbishop Hurley of Alaska dies at 88

Anchorage Archbishop Emeritus Francis Thomas Hurley, the iconic prelate who led the Catholic Church in Alaska for three decades and was an indefatigable advocate of the poor, died peacefully on Jan 10 in his Anchorage home. 1,673 more words

Vatican Appoints PWC To Audit The Accounts

The Vatican has ordered the first ever external audit of its accounts as part of Pope Francis’ efforts to reform the Roman Catholic Church.

The auditor, accounting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers, will start work immediately, a papal spokesman said. 63 more words

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Fr. Thomas Weise in critical condition in California hospital

Fr. Thomas Weise, a priest of the Diocese of Juneau, remains hospitalized and in critical condition in a San Luis Obispo, California hospital following a series of life-threatening cardiac events that he suffered beginning on November 25th while visiting family. 394 more words