Former Benedict XVI Student: All [Irish] Bishops Appointed Before 2003 Should Step Down

This suggestion by Father Vincent Twomey of Ireland comes in response to an investigative report on the sex abuse scandal in County Cloyne. Fr. Twomey is joined in similar sentiment by the Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of the Archdiocese of Dublin who recently expressed his disappointment in his fellow Church leaders: What do you do when you’ve... Continue Reading →

Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

“I promise you in the excessive mercy of my Heart that my all-powerful love will grant to all those who receive Holy Communion on the First Fridays in nine consecutive months the grace of final perseverance; they shall not die in my disgrace, nor without receiving their sacraments. My divine Heart shall be their safe... Continue Reading →

Denver: 60 Hours of Adoration for 60 Years of Priesthood

And in the wake of the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Our Blessed Lord: Denver, Colo., Jun 26, 2011 / 01:09 pm (CNA).- Joseph Aloysius Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, was ordained a priest June 29, 1951, in his native Germany. This year marks the 60th anniversary of his priestly ordination. To honor the... Continue Reading →

Pope Prescribes the Eucharist as the "Antidote" to Modern Ills

You know what? So do I. There is nothing like a Real, Personal encounter and relationship with Jesus Christ, of which Eucharistic Adoration is second only to receiving Him at Communion. Vatican City, Jun 26, 2011 / 02:05 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The Eucharist is the medicine which can heal our individualist society, Pope Benedict XVIsaid in his midday Angelus address on Corpus Christi Sunday.... Continue Reading →

Pope Prescribes Eucharist as "Antidote" to Modern Ills

You know what? So do I. There is nothing like a Real, Personal encounter and relationship with Jesus Christ, of which Eucharistic Adoration is second only to receiving Him at Communion. Vatican City, Jun 26, 2011 / 02:05 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The Eucharist is the medicine which can heal our individualist society, Pope Benedict XVI said in his... Continue Reading →

Pope Benedict XVI says Psalms “prayer book par excellence”

Pope Benedict XVI referred to the Psalms as the “prayer book par excellence,” as he spoke at his weekly general audience on June 22. The 150 Psalms “express all human experience,” the Pope told the 10,000 people gathered in St. Peter’s Square for his Wednesday audience. Nevertheless, he continued, their diverse content can be reduced... Continue Reading →

Archbishop Gomez and the New Evangelization

I started my Facebook page, and my new Twitter account, because as a bishop I am called to be a servant of souls and a servant of the Gospel. The Church must always be where her people are. More and more, our people are on the Internet. [This is a bishop who gets it. The... Continue Reading →

Archbishop Gomez and the New Evangelization

I started my Facebook page, and my new Twitter account, because as a bishop I am called to be a servant of souls and a servant of the Gospel. The Church must always be where her people are. More and more, our people are on the Internet. [This is a bishop who gets it. The... Continue Reading →

Responding to “Liberalism in the Catholic Church”

Image via Wikipedia EMBLEM OF THE PAPACY: TRIPLE TIARA AND KEYS First I would like to note that the following comment came from a friend on Facebook who was responding to my own endorsement of "Liberalism in the Catholic Church" a fine post on the Called to Communion website. The author of the post begins: Catholicism... Continue Reading →

Responding to "Liberalism in the Catholic Church"

Image via WikipediaEMBLEM OF THE PAPACY: TRIPLE TIARA AND KEYS First I would like to note that the following comment came from a friend on Facebook who was responding to my own endorsement of “Liberalism in the Catholic Church” a fine post on the Called to Communion website. The author of the post begins: Catholicism is... Continue Reading →

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