Monthly Archives: June 2010

Tips to getting around the Holy Land

Pat McCarthy, a retired Catholic newspaper editor in New Zealand, has turned a retirement project into an online resource for Christians around the world who are considering a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. The site  is an online guide to the history … Continue reading

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Papal Plane to Cyprus

VATICAN CITY — Our senior correspondent, Cindy Wooden, is with the pope in Cyprus. Here is a snippet of what the pope talked about with journalists on the flight over from Rome: ABOARD THE PAPAL FLIGHT TO CYPRUS (CNS) — … Continue reading

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Church on the ball

With the focus on South Africa during the June 11-July 11 World Cup soccer tournament there, the country’s bishops are highlighting efforts of the local Catholic Church in a video  called “Church on the Ball.”  The video portrays the church’s efforts in responding … Continue reading

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Remembering Art Linkletter

Take a look at this entertaining retrospective of some highlights from the late Art Linkletter’s “Kids Say the Darndest Things.” I don’t think there’s anyone who won’t get a chuckle at some of the video from the show hosted by one of broadcasting’s icons. … Continue reading

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Pope greets and blesses Catholic Media Convention

VATICAN CITY — While journalists and communications experts gathered in New Orleans for the Catholic Media Convention were probably still slumbering peacefully (or fitfully depending on their jet lag), Pope Benedict was sending them his greetings and blessings from Rome. … Continue reading

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