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The Pope who became a pilgrim: Benedict's resignation remembered :: Catholic News Agency (CNA)

Vatican City, Feb 28, 2015 / 10:30 am (CNA/EWTN News).-

Two years after his historic resignation from the papacy, Benedict XVI’s presence continues to be felt by those around him as he keeps his promise to remain in quiet and prayerful service to the Church and the world. 78 more words

Catholicism

Rebel Priest

Am a priest but am a Rebel
Man is God and man is devil
Punnany is the reason for my troubles
It’s not my ego… 338 more words

Poetry

The Catholic Church, HIV, and Contraceptives

Partially evidenced in this TEDx video about increased contraceptive distribution in Thailand to stall population growth and the spread of HIV/AIDS was the friction between religious doctrine and scientific consensus on the role of contraceptives in public health. 610 more words

Catholic Church

Evening Service Urquhart - An eye for an eye - really?

Bible Base : Matthew 5:38- 48

In Britain , the laws of the land protects us and give us certain rights in our free society. And many of us might be quick to claim these rights to protect against injustice. 1,344 more words

Sunday Takeaways

New Ways Ministry Members Finally Get VIP Seats To Hear Pope

In what would have been unthinkable under the previous Pope Benedict, members of an LGBT religious support group in the US, called New Ways Ministry, were given VIP seats at Pope Francis’ weekly audience yesterday, Wednesday 18th. 198 more words

LGBT

NEWS TO MUSE: Obama channels Mayor Daley to Popes Make Me See Double ... and a bit of sex to grab attention.

As I meander through the morning news, here are a few items I mused over.

Mayor Barack Obama

In a recent interview, President Obama said his job in handling terrorists is like a city mayor dealing with criminals.  637 more words

On Fasting for Lent 2015

The truth is everyone has thoughts or desires, which, if acted upon, would be destructive to self and others. If we do not learn to say no to these inborn incessant urges when we are young, then we wind up dead, in debt or in prison before too long. 1,738 more words

Teaching