Monthly Archives: November 2007

Home for children touched many lives in Erie

A cute story “of selflessness and commitment, of courage and, most especially, of love” appears in the current edition of Faith magazine in the Diocese of Erie, Pa., about St. Joseph’s Home for Children, which touched many lives and is … Continue reading

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Another story that won’t die

As the Christmas season of giving approaches, some e-mail scammers are using the name of the Catholic Church to try to give themselves some credibility. The “lucky” recipients of these e-mails are told they’ve won $2.5 million or some other … Continue reading

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Intriguing editorial about Thanksgiving

The lead sentence in this editorial in The Catholic Sun of Phoenix will draw you into an excellent discussion about the meaning of this week’s Thanksgiving holiday. “Is it really so hard to say thanks that we need a special day devoted to … Continue reading

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This week in Origins

Here’s the rundown for the latest edition of Origins: CNS Documentary Service dated Nov. 22: Bishop William S. Skylstad of Spokane, Wash., outgoing president of the U.S. bishops’ conference, reflects on the leadership and authority of bishops. (Subscribers: Click here) … Continue reading

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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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