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Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory of Atlanta writes in The Georgia Bulletin that he knows how to send a text message, though he’s not very good at it, but he recently came across a new texting acronym — XLT — that … Continue reading
The Catholic Explorer in the Diocese of Joliet, Ill., tells the story of a high school senior with cerebral palsy whose love of sports led her to be an integral part of her Catholic school’s basketball team. Despite her limitations, … Continue reading
If you’ve stumbled across this site, or followed the link this week from “Whispers in the Loggia,” welcome! And now, an explanation: As of this writing, this is still a test site, a prototype (should we call it the beta … Continue reading
A newly professed Benedictine monk in Arkansas explains his vocation path to the Arkansas Catholic, newspaper of the Diocese of Little Rock. The story also includes a link to a typical day in the life of a monk. It was … Continue reading
Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun is on a three-week North American tour. First stop: Los Angeles. The Tidings has the details.
Origins, the CNS Documentary Service, this week has three texts from Pope Benedict XVI’s trip to Brazil: In a wide-ranging and widely quoted address opening a conference of Latin American and Caribbean bishops, the pope discusses Christianity’s encounter with indigenous … Continue reading