Daily Archives: October 12, 2007

Thanks for the plug!

Nothing like a nice blog plug for a CNS article: In case you missed our story yesterday on what parishes can do to support people with mental illnesses, a “30-something novice sister with the Congregation of the Sisters of St. … Continue reading

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Diocese’s first permanent deacons reach 25-year mark

Members of the first deacon class in the Diocese of Orlando, Fla., were honored for 25 years of service to the church. The Florida Catholic interviewed some of the deacons, who recalled how they were steered toward the diaconate and … Continue reading

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The tragedy of mountaintop removal

St. Anthony Messenger magazine’s current issue includes a report on how the Catholic Committee of Appalachia is working with interfaith leaders to expose the full cost of coal-generated electricity.

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Archdiocesan paper profiles local Catholic radio station

Catholic radio programming has been expanding, as we reported last year, but in the Archdiocese of Portland, Ore., a station that’s been on the air for 18 years is described as one of Portland’s best-kept secrets. The Catholic Sentinel in Portland … Continue reading

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Team captain presents soccer ball to pope

  Giovanni Langella, captain of the AC Ancona soccer team, presents a soccer ball to Pope Benedict XVI after the pontiff’s weekly general audience at the Vatican Oct. 10. The pope blessed team members. (CNS /L’Osservatore Romano via Reuters) (Oct. … Continue reading

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