Daily Archives: April 10, 2009

Parents rank Notre Dame fourth top choice

In spite of the recent troubles the University of Notre Dame is having over its invitation to President Barack Obama to deliver the 2009 commencement address and receive an honorary laws degree, many parents still think the Golden Dome is … Continue reading

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The Tablet weighs in on Obama-Notre Dame controversy

The Tablet — a Catholic weekly in London — offered an editorial about the controversy surrounding the University of Notre Dame’s invitation to President Barack Obama to deliver the commencement address at the 2009 graduation. The editorial suggests a difference in … Continue reading

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A symbol of ‘new life, new hope’

Two Franciscan sisters who are pastoral coordinators at Sacred Hart Parish in Champion, Mich., say blooms on what they thought was a dead tree branch symbolize “the Lord giving us new life and new hope” at Easter. Sisters Margey Schmelzle and … Continue reading

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Bishop Zubik’s ‘Service of Apology’

Here is the text of Pittsburgh Bishop David A. Zubik’s reflection during a special ‘Service of Apology” he led this past Tuesday during Holy Week at St. Paul Cathedral. “If you have been harmed by the church in any way, I invite … Continue reading

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