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How Is a Bishop Chosen? AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - May 16, 2016 ... to remember that his "gatekeeper" role, however, does not mean that his recommendations are always followed. For Diocesan Bishops After receiving the list of candidates forwarded by a province, the apostolic nuncio conducts his own investigation into the suitability of the candidates. A report is requested from the current bishop or the administrator of a diocese on the conditions and needs of the diocese. If the appointment is a rep lacement for a diocesan bishop or archbishop about to ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2016/05/how-is-a-bishop-chosen/
Celebrating the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass With the Heart of a Mother (12-20) GOD IS AT WORK IN YOU! - April 23, 2016 ... John of the Cross, the great Catholic reformer and mystic and intercessor for Christ's reformers, His restorers, Christ's Catholics who are not obsessed with money, holy people who are aggressively persecuted and given false labels by those blinded by self interest. After making your offering of all to Almighty God through the Holy Face of Jesus, you are shown that mothers in particular, mothers who have been and continue making reparation in imitation of and in union with ...http://godisatworkinyou.blogspot.com/2016/04/celebrating-holy-sacrifice-of-mass-with.html
"We Know More, and We Will Do More" – In Altoona-Johnstown, Prayers for "Mercy"... And a "Flood" for Prosecutors WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - March 3, 2016 ( Updated with subsequent response from the US Conference of Catholic Bishops. ) Two days after a haunting state grand jury report leveled his south-central Pennsylvania diocese with allegations of abuse and coverup over five decades, Bishop Mark Bartchak of Altoona-Johnstown faced the local press this afternoon at his Chancery to make the following statement: As Bishop of the diocese, I extend my most heartfelt and sincere apology. I apologize to the victims, to ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2016/03/my-most-heartfelt-and-sincere-apology.html
Rereading Lent With Rene Girard NUNBLOG - February 10, 2016 I've been reading a lot lately written by or inspired by Rene Girard, the recently deceased thinker (and Catholic convert) who discovered in ancient literature (specifically myths from world over) what he considered the violent origin of all human culture, an origin represented in a disguised and sacralized fashion in natural religion. Call it the cultural testimony or remnants of the original sin. Analyzing his findings, Girard noticed that even the most ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2016/02/rereading-lent-with-rene-girard.html