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** 'NZ CATHOLIC' - November 15 - 28 2015 In the current issue: Kids ... KIWICATH NEWS AND NOTES - November 21, 2015 *** 'NZ CATHOLIC' - November 15 - 28 2015 http://www.nzcatholic.org.nz In the current issue: Kids raise $5000 for African pupils ... Ongoing breaches behind (Hato Petera) hostel closure ... Uncertainty led new priest to Hamilton ... Vatican II 50 years on: Gaudium et Spes ... From Kiwi to Korean over 50 years ... St John Vianney retirement home for priests: fundraising appeal ... Catholic MP in Euthanasia hot seat ... Our Lady offers ...http://kiwicathnewsandnotes.blogspot.com/2015/11/nz-catholic-november-15-28-2015-httpwww.html
Commemoration of All Souls HAPPY CATHOLIC* - November 2, 2015 ... dedicate our prayers in suffrage for the souls in purgatory, still being purified of the remains of sin. Our ties with deceased relatives and friends do not end with their death. Priests can celebrate Mass three times on this day for their benefit, and all the faithful can gain special indulgences to expedite their entrance into heaven. In Conversation with God, Vol. 7 Here is the translation of the beautiful, yet mournful music for the day which I heard at ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2015/11/commemoration-of-all-souls.html
Plenary Indulgences and Masses for the Holy Souls THE HERMENEUTIC OF CONTINUITY - October 30, 2015 ... stipend for Masses. (In the Archdiocese of Southwark it is currently £10.) Priests and people are not bound by this if an individual asks a priest to say a Mass for a particular intention. The priest might accept less than the standard stipend, and a kindly benefactor might give more. But for Masses requested by organisations or Masses from the Holy Souls box, the standard stipend in applied. We rightly pray for our departed relatives, friends and benefactors, and have ...http://the-hermeneutic-of-continuity.blogspot.com/2015/10/plenary-indulgences-and-masses-for-holy.html
Bishop Athanasius Schneider: Attack on Marriage and Family From "Atheist, Neo-Communist World" RORATE CÆLI - October 21, 2015 ... divergent from the civil law that Ignatius the Martyr, (Polyc., 5), Justin (Apol., 1, 15), Athenagoras (Legat., 32, 33) and Tertullian (Coron, 13) publicly denounced as unjust and adulterous certain marriages which had been sanctioned by imperial law" (Arcanum Divinae, n. 21). The family and the entire human society will flourish only on the condition when the Divine truth on Marriage and Family will be observed, as taught Pope Leo XIII: "From the beginning of the world, indeed, it was ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2015/10/bishop-athanasius-schneider-attack-on.html
The Pulitzer Lies: David and the Truth About Goliath THESE STONE WALLS - October 14, 2015 In his new book, Sins of the Press , Catholic writer and media equalizer David F Pierre takes aim at a news Goliath: The Boston Globe's Pulitzer endorsed Prejudice. Do you remember Robert McCall? He was The Equalizer , a retired espionage operative in a popular 1980s TV series. It was never clear whether he was CIA or MI5, but each week he placed his formidable skills in the service of some underdog up against powerful oppressors. With British actor Edward Woodward in the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheseStoneWalls/~3/s0XQ8P3_F6Y/
When a Priest Is Accused ... ABBEY ROADS - September 4, 2015 ... away free and clear. For priests, the process is very often not fair. The accused. That said, there is news this week of another priest in the Archdiocese who remains suspended, his case sent to Rome for evaluation. It's a puzzling case. It was just one incident, supposedly he rubbed the stomach and chest of a snoring teen on a mission trip several years ago. No sexual or genital contact involved. I read one report suggesting the priest 'enjoyed it' - not sure if that was his ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2015/09/when-priest-is-accused.html
Ask Tony: Should I Receive Communion Only From a Priest or Deacon? THE IMPRACTICAL CATHOLIC - September 3, 2015 ... parishioner's aversion to lay Eucharistic ministers, Fr. Doyle said, "In the scope of things, I felt that his preference was a small issue. For me, it came under the heading of the 'big tent' that embraces a wide variety of Catholics." The person at Saint Gabriel's Newsroom who wrote the "Share" was, at bare minimum, uncharitable: nothing Fr. Doyle said was in any meaningful sense modernist , nor did he deny or denigrate the right of the consecrated to distribute the Eucharist. Moreover, the ...http://impracticalcatholic.blogspot.com/2015/09/ask-tony-should-i-receive-communion.html