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BLOGPOST: ‘Hate’ Mail and the Pope

“When you get to know someone on a human level, see that they are human just like you and have similar struggles and the same deepest yearnings, you cannot hate them.” Archbishop Salvatore J. 595 more words

So That The World May Believe

Olive's Vision of God | National Catholic Reporter

Source: Olive’s Vision of God | National Catholic Reporter

I loved this article about Olive and images of God. I’ve been dealing with issues of gendered language in the church for decades and caught flack for setting a text in which God, portrayed as Wisdom, is feminine, even though the text was biblical. 10 more words


#PPSellsBabyParts - Should We Really Need to Say More, NcR?

The Catholic church should partner with Planned Parenthood to reduce abortions (http://www.donotlink.com/gihf)

Let’s just let this National catholic Reporter title sink in for a bit before I start my rant.

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National Catholic Fishwrap


For many years I have not been able to accept at face value the scriptural account of the multiplication of the loaves and fishes as a miraculous act by Jesus, a demonstration of his divine power. 651 more words


NcR - National catholic Reporter

Anyone else getting tired of the endless whining from NcR? (Note the small “c”. That’s how I’m going to abbreviate the National catholic Reporter from now on thanks to a reader’s suggestion. 3,377 more words

Mission Unnecessary

Scottish bishops are once more in the news internationally. No, it’s not a paedophile/homosexual thing, since it’s outside the Glasgow-Edinburgh Axis . This time it’s Bishop William Nolan of Galloway and Bishop Stephen Robson of Dunkeld on Scotland being a mission country.. 303 more words


One of My Favorite Catholic Bloggers Interviewed

For quite some time now, I have enjoyed reading posts from Mercy Sister Camille D’Arienzo, who writes for the National Catholic Reporter website, NCRonline.org.  She does interviews with various Catholics, delving into their faith and spiritual lives.  154 more words

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