POPE BENEDICT XVI’S PRAYER INTENTIONS FOR SEPTEMBER

VATICAN CITY,  (MetroCatholic) - Pope Benedict’s general prayer intention for September is: “That all teachers may know how to communicate love of the truth and instil authentic moral and spiritual values”. His mission intention is: “That the Christian communities of Asia may...

National Catholic Bioethics Center: A House Divided Against the Common Good

By Marie T. Hilliard, Ph.D., J.C.L., R.N, NCBC Director of Bioethics and Public Policy, March 23, 2010. For more information on the National Catholic Bioethics Center (NCBC), visit their web page here: http://www.ncbcenter.org/ When the common good takes a back seat to political and corporate...

More on CHA and Sr. Keehan

I’ve gotten criticised over at Vox Nova, that coyly named site, over my comments on Sr. Keehan.  Sr. Keehan said this: “For us as Catholics it’s very hard to be pro-life when we don’t give many many mothers who are pregnant care. Or we don’t give pediatric care, well baby...

World Congress of Families Letter of Solidarity Read at Huge Pro-Life Rally in Madrid

Rockford, IL (MetroCatholic) -  Yesterday (March 7), huge pro-life demonstrations took place in over 100 cities to protest Spain’s new abortion law, which went into effect on March 5. The new law allows abortion for children as young as 16 without parental consent, provides for abortion on...

Catholics, Mormons Stand as One for Religious Liberty, States Cardinal George in Salt Lake City Speech

SALT LAKE CITY UT (MetroCatholic) - Catholics and Mormons stand as one in defense of religious liberty, said Cardinal Francis George of Chicago, President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. He spoke February 23, in Salt Lake City in an address titled “Catholics and Latter-day...

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