Daily Archives: February 3, 2009

Celebrating the bicentennial of Lincoln’s birth

Before his inauguration, President Barack Obama re-created a small part of the train trip Abraham Lincoln made to the nation’s capital 148 years before. And it is not news that Obama often has invoked the words of the nation’s 16th president … Continue reading

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What’s missing from the Williamson controversy …

… is any recognition (OK, I exaggerate, there has been some recognition) that the lifting of excommunication for four bishops ordained in 1988 by the late French Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre was only a first step — not the last — … Continue reading

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More headlines … (2/3/09)

Items on our clients’ sites in recent days: Has the blessing-of-throats tradition faded? Mourning the deaths of the unborn Catholic publications offer windows into the life of the church Catholic press spotlights the issue that won’t go away

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