Daily Archives: November 16, 2007

Coming to Rome … holy hoopsters!

Priests and seminarians studying at Rome’s pontifical universities and institutions are warming up for season two of the Clericus Cup, which kicks off in a couple days. The immensely popular soccer series was established late last year by the Catholic … Continue reading

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Kentucky student honored at U.S. bishops’ meeting

Early this week a 22-year-old student from Kentucky was honored at the U.S. bishops’ fall general meeting in Baltimore. Here’s a more detailed look at David Golemboski from The Record, Louisville archdiocesan newspaper.

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Preparing for the release of “The Golden Compass”

Preparing readers for next month’s release of the theatrical movie “The Golden Compass,” the National Catholic Register this week offers a story on the controversy surrounding the film. Since part of the controversy is about the atheism of the author … Continue reading

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Seminarians and blogging

Seminarians blog not just to keep up with friends and families but also as a means of evangelization, according to this story in The Leaven of Kansas City, Kan. Writer Kara Hansen interviewed several local seminarians to paint a picture … Continue reading

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Archbishop Gregory recovering, compares nurses to work of Christ

This week’s Georgia Bulletin updates us on the recovery of Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory of Atlanta after his Nov. 5 surgery for prostate cancer. In the same edition, Archbishop Gregory uses his weekly column to reflect on the nurses who … Continue reading

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