Monthly Archives: July 2008

UCA News on World Youth Day

In addition to the links provided here yesterday on additional material for World Youth Day, our friends at the Asian church news agency UCA News also have a special WYD page of their own. Currently at the top of the … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s WYD summary

Here are today’s highlights over at the CNS World Youth Day blog and on the CNS homepage for WYD stories: — Today’s big World Youth Day event, as most of you know, was the opening Mass. Cindy Wooden, our correspondent … Continue reading

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More blogging from WYD

At the risk of driving you away from our pages, here is some other coverage and blogging from World Youth Day that may be worth your time: — The Florida Catholic, which serves most of Florida’s dioceses, has its own … Continue reading

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“Life without Jesus is like a doughnut…”

Doughnuts. They’re more than circular globs of fried, glazed goodness. (Yum, my mouth’s watering just thinking about it.) They’re a witnessing tool for Rob Evans. Stephen O’Kane highlights Evans, aka the “Donut Man,” in his story Kid Track Lets Little Children Come to … Continue reading

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“Here kitty, kitty”

(Cross-posted from CNS World Youth Day blog) SYDNEY, Australia — The problem with giving the pope a few days of rest is that news editors still want their reporters covering the pope to write something. Sometimes it’s to write anything. … Continue reading

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Monday’s WYD summary

Over at the CNS World Youth Day blog and on the CNS homepage for WYD stories, you’ll find these highlights: — There’s both a story and a blog post on the prayer vigil this evening in Sydney’s cathedral devoted to … Continue reading

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The beauty of the past

In order to move forward, it is important to know the past. Things in the past can provide us with a wealth of knowledge and inspiration that makes moving forward a little easer, or at least better. It’s something people tend … Continue reading

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