Daily Archives: November 10, 2008

More on today’s bishops’ meeting sessions

SECOND UPDATE: We’ve also moved this story on the missal-translation issue: Bishops again take up section of missal translation rejected in June UPDATE: Cardinal Cordes (see previous post) also spoke yesterday on the papal encyclical “Deus Caritas Est.” Here’s our … Continue reading

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Liveblog: U.S. bishops’ Monday afternoon session

(If you’ve opened this page mid-session, make sure you refresh your browser often to get the latest updates.) Continuing our experiment with liveblogging the bishops’ general meeting, here’s this afternoon’s session. (Click here for Monday morning.) 2:40 p.m.: Again, that’s … Continue reading

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Dorothy Day’s birthday

Author Jim Forest sent along a reminder that Nov. 8 was the birthday of Catholic Worker co-founder Dorothy Day. She was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., in 1897. Forest, who has written extensively about Day’s life and his experiences of life … Continue reading

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Liveblog: U.S. bishops’ Monday morning session

(UPDATE: For Monday afternoon session, click here.) (If you’ve opened this page mid-session, make sure you refresh your browser often to get the latest updates.) The CNS Blog today launches a grand experiment: liveblogging of the public sessions of the … Continue reading

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CNS Bible Blog: What made Peter squirm?

By Father Scott M. Lewis, SJ Special to Catholic News Service We have all seen the Holy Thursday scene so many times: a few embarrassed-looking parishioners in front of the congregation with their shoes off and an alb-clad priest trying … Continue reading

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