Daily Archives: June 19, 2008

Another unexpected loss

Perhaps this tells you more about my own age than anything else, but I was struck after the death of 58-year-old Catholic newsman Tim Russert to read of another unexpected death in the Catholic world. Bryan M. Johnston, who had … Continue reading

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Catholic Worker Movement alive and well in Denver and beyond

No two Catholic Worker communities are alike. Dozens of communities, dozens of interpretations of how the vision of hospitality — and in many cases witnessing through resistance to injustice — are carried out. On May 1, May Day, which celebrates the contributions … Continue reading

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How did Bush address the pope?

VATICAN CITY — Here’s an update for our earlier item about the pope’s walk in the Vatican Gardens with President Bush: It’s been reported that President Bush made a verbal gaffe by addressing the pope as “Your Eminence” during the … Continue reading

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