Daily Archives: November 30, 2007

Monks and Christmas trees: More than just a business

To kick off your Christmas season, St. Anthony Messenger magazine offers a feature on a group of monks near Chicago who have run a Christmas tree farm for almost 40 years. The article says selling Christmas trees “is more than … Continue reading

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Double standard in coverage of sex abuse?

This fall’s Associated Press stories about sex abuse in the public schools have been called a wake-up call for the nation, but now the National Catholic Register is wondering if the news media are being unfair by not giving the … Continue reading

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This week in Origins

Here’s the rundown for the latest edition of Origins: CNS Documentary Service dated Dec. 6: Muslim scholars have proposed that love of God and neighbor be the basis for a dialogue with Christians. Key to the outcome of such a … Continue reading

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People need God to have hope, pope says in new encyclical

Click here for our main story on the pope’s new encyclical.

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