Daily Archives: January 18, 2008

The pope and academia: Recapping this week’s misunderstandings

Much has been written this week about the protests against — and subsequent cancellation of — Pope Benedict XVI’s speech at a Rome university on the importance of seeking truth, with much of the commentary aimed at the irony of a community which … Continue reading

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‘Young adults seek heavenly plan at BustedHalo.com’

An interesting look at BustedHalo.com, the Paulist Fathers’ Web site aimed at reaching out to young adults, is in this week’s edition of the Catholic Explorer in the Diocese of Joliet, Ill.

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More stories timed for Supreme Court anniversary

It would be too hard for me to list all the stories in the Catholic press this week timed to next Tuesday’s anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision. But here are some examples that have come across my … Continue reading

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