Daily Archives: March 10, 2009

Benedict will find Christian ranks thinning on Holy Land trip

When Pope Benedict XVI makes his first pastoral visit to the Holy Land May 8-15, he will find in the land where Jesus lived a hodgepodge of Christian communities. Latin and Oriental-rite Catholics and Orthodox Christians are the most numerous, … Continue reading

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A look at Catholic health care’s future?

Brother Daniel P. Sulmasy, a medical doctor and Franciscan philosopher, has an interesting — and scary — take on the dwindling number of New York Catholic hospitals in the latest issue of America magazine. It’s already prompted this blog on … Continue reading

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Appreciating St. Patrick as evangelizer

With St. Patrick’s Day just a week away, a Nebraska priest reminds readers in an interview in The Catholic Voice, newspaper of the Archdiocese of Omaha, Neb., why the saint and his legacy should be celebrated every day of the year. The world needs the … Continue reading

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