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Saying Goodbye to CPCSM THE WILD REED - May 1, 2016 ... prayer vigil outside the chancery offices of the Archdiocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis. Above: Bob DeNardo , Mike Murphy, and Tom White . Above: My good friend and housemate Tim with Paula Ruddy, who's been described as the "matriarch of the Catholic reform movement" in the Twin Cities. She's also a very good friend of mine and a very articulate and thoughtful communicator of ideas! (See, for example, here , here , here and here .) You may recall that Paula and I were part of a ...http://thewildreed.blogspot.com/2016/04/saying-goodbye-to-cpcsm.html

The Continuing Pro-Life Witness of Jérôme Lejeune CRISIS MAGAZINE - April 21, 2016 ... embracing a cause that was all but lost. Nevertheless, he fought with professional expertise and knowledge, and with all his intelligence and courage. His very public stance needed that strength. Soon, he had moved from national hero to pariah—vilified in the press and elsewhere. By the early 1970s, his children cycled to school past walls daubed with the threat: "KILL LEJEUNE." Of course, Lejeune had seen it coming. How could he not given the world of international medicine he moved in? ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/BZdoa3_bAng/the-continuing-pro-life-witness-of-jerome-lejeune

Divine Mercy Sunday, Cycle C LORD, IF YOU WILL (SUNDAYS AND SOLEMNITIES) - April 3, 2016 In the year 2000, St. John Paul II instituted a new feast, a feast that was to be celebrated on the Second Sunday of Easter starting in the year 2001. The Feast was and has come to be known as Divine Mercy Sunday. And, it all began with a woman by the name of Helena Kowalska, whose greatest desire in life was to become a nun, so much so, at the age of 16 she asked her parents if she could enter the convent. Her parents refused, however, when at age 19 she had ...http://lordifyouwill.blogspot.com/2016/04/divine-mercy-sunday-cycle-c.html

Vatican Recognizes Amazing Miracle by Bl. Stanis┼éaw Papczy┼"Ski DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 1, 2016 ... woman was suffering from a respiratory problem that resembled that of a common cold. All attempts at treatment with a variety of antibiotics ended in failure. Her condition deteriorated. She lost consciousness, and her body began to shut down. The doctor informed the family that her lungs were destroyed and her death was imminent. After consultation with the family, the doctors decided to remove her from life support. This was on Wednesday of the Holy Week. The mother, filled ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2016/03/vatican-recognizes-amazing-miracle-by.html

Important - Lutheran World Federation, Pontifical Council for Christian Unity Launch "Common Prayer" Service Extolling M RORATE C├ćLI - January 14, 2016 By their fruits... Last year saw unprecedented expressions of "openness" on the part of some Vatican officials (including the Pope) and official Catholic structures towards Lutheranism. First there was the support expressed by a Vatican spokesman for the renaming of a square in the central part of Rome after Martin Luther , support that was never disowned by any higher ecclesiastical authority in Rome. Adventists and Lutherans had been trying since 2009 to ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/01/important-lutheran-world-federation.html

What Three Deaths Have Taught Me JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - January 13, 2016 ... death was the first I dealt with loss of a close person. I didn't know how to mourn. I was 19, about to turn 20. I hadn't seen her since my early teens but I still loved her nonetheless. When I found out that she had been asking for me on her deathbed (for both my father and I... and only my father and I), it hit me harder. She wanted me by her side in her final moments and I couldn't be there because she was in Mexico and I was in the middle of Spring ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2016/01/what-three-deaths-have-taught-me.html