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Monthly Archives: October 2007
Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran caused a bit of a flurry among Muslims and among Catholic scholars of Islam when he told a French newspaper he didn’t think “theological” dialogue was possible with Muslims because, he said, they believe the Quran was … Continue reading
The latest edition of St. Anthony Messenger magazine profiles a Philadelphia priest in what the Catholic monthly calls a vanishing style of ministry: “one diocesan priest in a depressed neighborhood, where he is also a community activist whose willingness to … Continue reading
Sometime over the next two days, Pope Benedict will receive a dossier with the proposed program for his visit to the United Nations and the United States next April. Much has been circulated about the papal visit in recent weeks, … Continue reading
The Catholic Spirit in St. Paul-Minneapolis has a nice story on parish funeral choirs that might serve as a model for others who want to explore this ministry. Reporter Pat Norby explains, “Those who sing for parish funerals say they receive as … Continue reading
Here is Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory’s column, posted today in The Georgia Bulletin, newspaper of the Atlanta Archdiocese, that he will undergo surgery next Monday after being diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer.
To provide detailed coverage of natural disasters, CNS relies heavily on diocesan reporters who have the advantage of being much closer to the scene than those of us in Washington and Rome. Our coverage of the wildfires in Southern California … Continue reading