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Mother Teresa Did Not Take Sides in the Pro-Life/Social Justice Debate: She Got Involved. CAUSE OF OUR JOY - October 18, 2016 No one has seen as much poverty around the world at close range as Mother Teresa, who was declared a saint by Pope Francis. That is why she is a hero to the social justice movement. But she is also a hero of the pro-life movement, for such moments as the Washington DC prayer breakfast when, a stone's throw from partial birth abortion ban vetoing President and Mrs. Clinton she said, "The greatest destroyer ...http://cause-of-our-joy.blogspot.com/2016/10/mother-teresa-did-not-take-sides-in-pro.html
The Façade of Assisi Cathedral: Guest Article by Julian Kwasniewski NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - September 23, 2016 The Cathedral of St Rufino in Assisi, the third church to be built on the same site, was begun in 1140 A.D., about 40 years before St Francis was born. It is perhaps less visited than the major Franciscan sites in the city, but it was certainly very important in the early history of the Order. It was while hearing Francis preach in the church (where they were both had been baptized as children, along with many of their ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/2tfXuObPySE/the-facade-of-assisi-cathedral-guest.html
Making the Case for Martyrdom CRISIS MAGAZINE - September 13, 2016 ... in human history." ∼ Francis Cardinal George, OMI Concerning the four Chicago archbishops cited above, along with the predictions made of each, there can be absolute certainty only about one, which is that Francis Cardinal George did indeed die in his bed. A year ago last April, in fact. As for the others, it is impossible to predict the outcome of any one of their lives, particularly the last two who don't even exist ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/eA1-d_kb_5Y/making-case-martyrdom
A Challenge to St. Paul on Women and a Reply to Fr. Scanlon CRISIS MAGAZINE - August 25, 2016 Editor's note: The following essay by Dr. Harriet Murphy is a response to a column published in Crisis on July 27, 2016 by Fr. Regis Scanlon OFM Cap on the possibility of a female deaconate. Fr. Scanlon's response to Dr. Murphy's critique may be read here . Cultural historians of the future may well say that Fr. Regis Scanlon OFM Cap dug his own hole when he expressed his opinion about female deacons last month in Crisis and developed a thesis familiar to readers of Simone ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/LXiZDyFLfI0/st-paul-women-church-society-reply-fr-scanlon
On Royal Pilgrimage CRISIS MAGAZINE - August 23, 2016 ... streets all around, I set out. In this Year of Mercy, I was on pilgrimage. The place in question is visited by many, but merely as a curiosity. I was going there for a different reason: to pray at the grave of a woman who bore witness to Holy Marriage and, above all, to its indissolubility. On I walked, the night rains having passed and washed the streets until they glistened and glowed like the New Jerusalem lowered from the heights above. No cars were seen; no buses stirred; ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/h8SwiyZeJKo/on-royal-pilgrimage
The Spirituality and Miracles of St. Clare of Assisi CATHOLIC FIRE - August 11, 2016 August 11 is the memorial of St. Clare, one of my favorite saints. She was the first woman to follow the life of radical poverty practiced by St. Francis of Assisi and is the co-founder of the Poor Clares. Although I am not a Franciscan, I have had Franciscan friends, clergy, and spiritual directors instruct me on the beauty of St. Clare's spirituality. I have also learned a great deal from reading about her over the years. Clare ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/08/the-spirituality-and-miracles-of-st.html