Daily Archives: May 23, 2008

Rome’s changing religious landscape

ROME — I stopped in the other day at the Church of the Seven Dolors in Via Garibaldi, a hidden gem tucked into the side of Rome’s Janiculum Hill. Designed by the Baroque architect Francesco Borromini in the mid-1600s, it is flanked … Continue reading

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Reflections for Memorial Day

The Catholic Review in the Archdiocese of Baltimore this week published an exploration of the origins of Memorial Day that may be worth reading this holiday weekend. Also marking the holiday, Cardinal Adam Maida of Detroit issued the following Memorial … Continue reading

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Vatican: Receiving Eucharist kneeling may not be permanent change

Some blogs are noting that, at yesterday’s Corpus Christi Mass in Rome, everyone who received Communion from the pope did so while kneeling and on the tongue rather than in the hand. Here’s, cross-posted from our homepage, is our story … Continue reading

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