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Italian Catholic magazine attacks Charlie Hebdo

The Italian Catholic magazine “Famiglia Cristiana” labeled its French counterpart Charlie Hebdo as “moralist” and “presentious” after the latter portrayed in its cover cartoon a dog version of Pope Francis furiously pursuing another dog holding an edition of Charlies Hebdo in its mouth. 131 more words

Politics

Reflecting on the Papal Audience with LGBT Catholics

Now that New Ways Ministry pilgrims are back in the United States, and now that the dust is settling from our exciting journey to Italy which included… 1,129 more words

New Ways Ministry

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Yesterday, we went to the church of St. Paul Outside the Walls. This church is called “outside the walls” because it is outside the city near where Paul was executed, this was because no executions took place inside the city of the living. 564 more words

Europe

Thought of the Day

Pope Francis says free speech doesn’t give one the right to make fun of someone’s faith. I’m not going to directly agree or disagree, I’m just going to say this: 95 more words

Personal Growth

Christianity Lecture 9: From Heights to Upheaval

This, the last day of our Christian unit, picks up with the beginnings of desert monasticism and focuses on the development and spread of Christianity, primarily through Europe, as the Church rises in power and scope. 54 more words

Christianity

Who May Receive Holy Communion?

The Church has the authority to decide this question. And since the Pope is the Head of the Church on earth, he can ultimately make the decision. 1,399 more words

Discipline