Daily Archives: August 19, 2008

‘Harry and Louise’ are back, with a Catholic-endorsed message

Harry and Louise are back, and this time the Catholic Health Association is among the groups endorsing their message on health care reform. The fictional couple, whose 1993-94 television ads financed by the Health Insurance Association of America helped to defeat the … Continue reading

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How Cardinal O’Malley dealt with clergy sex abuse crisis

To mark the fifth anniversary of Cardinal Sean P. O’Malley’s installation as archbishop of Boston, a guest columnist for The Pilot, newspaper of the Archdiocese of Boston, details how the prelate began his tenure by focusing on the clergy sexual abuse … Continue reading

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Controversy over ‘Bodies’ exhibits continues

In its blog, The Catholic Key, newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Mo., reports that the controversial “Bodies” exhibits continue to raise eyebrows. The company that organizes the exhibits of “plastinated bodies” of dead people from China has said that all of … Continue reading

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Priests discover blogging helps them reach the faithful

In a story from The Catholic Review, newspaper of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, staff writer Matt Palmer examines how several Maryland priests have discovered blogging as a way of spreading the word of God. Some use the Internet technology to … Continue reading

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