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Are There Guidelines for Extraordinary Latin Mass Celebration?
Vatican urges Bishops to comply to new guidelines.

Priest Stabbed in Turkey
ANKARA, Turkey, DEC. 16, 2007 (Zenit.org).- An Italian priest was stabbed in the stomach at the end of Mass, the latest victim of violence against Christians in Turkey.

Pontiff: God-With-Us Is Secret of Joy in Pain
VATICAN CITY, DEC. 16, 2007 (Zenit.org).- Benedict XVI says joy is possible in suffering, because it flows from the certainty that God is near us and has taken on our human condition.

Rejoice! The Lord Is Near
Gospel Commentary for 3rd Sunday of Advent

Cardinal Arinze: Conversion to Christ Is Liberation
VATICAN CITY, DEC. 14, 2007 (Zenit.org).- Cardinal Francis Arinze says that the proposal of faith in Christ by missionaries pays tribute to the human freedom of Africans and their ability to know and love that which is good and true.

Vatican: Christ Gives Catholics Duty to Evangelize
Doctrinal Congregation Clarifies Missionary Mandate

Preacher Sees Holy Spirit as Therapy
Calls Him a Specialist in Healing Sicknesses of Marriage and Family

Sant'Egidio Hails New Jersey Death Penalty Vote
ROME, DEC. 14, 2007 (Zenit.org).- The lay Catholic Community of Sant'Egidio asked the city of Rome to light up the Colosseum when New Jersey's governor signs into law a bill abolishing the death penalty in that state.

Holy Father Hoping for Solution in Lebanon
VATICAN CITY, DEC. 14, 2007 (Zenit.org).- Benedict XVI says he is praying that Lebanese leaders have the strength and courage to seek the common good for their nation, above personal interests.

Who Were the Knights Templar?
Truth about the Knights Templar unveiled

The Immaculate Vs. the Proud
Pope John Paul II once observed: “Original sin attempts ... to abolish fatherhood ... leaving man only with a sense of the master/slave relationship.”

Saint Monica for Today
The power of a mother’s love.

Why Dads Matter
Reports Show Children Need Presence of Both Parents

Fostering an Attitude of Thankfulness in Our Children
As we embark upon another year of holiday celebrations and commence our new Liturgical year with the season of Advent, it is good to reflect upon the many blessings that fill our lives.

Abortion Activists’ ‘Plan B’
Catholics Fear a National Campaign Targeting Church Hospital

Are You Called?
A priestly or a religious vocation doesn't begin with our choice. God chose it for us. This time we don’t call all the shots.

The Humble Queen
Challenge: Share the beauty of the Christmas mystery in a conversation today. Be creative in talking to someone about the immensity of Christ’s gift of himself.

Mother Teresa Persevered through Doubt
A Light in the 21st Century's "Dark Night"

Violence Under the Christmas Tree
This is the season when most objectionable video games are sold.

Raising Kids in the Media Age
Author Jay Dunlap, media expert, and communication teacher fathers five children.

LESSON: God Keeps His Promises (with quotation from "Spe salvi")
APPLICATION: Keeping Our Promises to God

Benedict Asks: ‘What Did Jesus Actually Bring to the World?
'Jesus of Nazareth' Review

Ethics Comes Before Profit, Pope Tells Bankers
"It would in fact be decidedly inadequate to limit oneself to pursuing only maximum profit. It is necessary, rather, to always refer to the higher values of human living if one wants to help the true growth and full development of the community."

Don’t Hide Your Debt
Hiding financial problems from your spouse is not the right thing to do.

How Does a Catholic Invest Morally?
Investing, like other endeavors, demands that Catholics do not partake in the material cooperation of evil corporate activities.

Dominican University Presents Series on Common Good
As primary elections capture our nation’s attention, Dominican University’s Siena Center enters the public discussion with its spring series, “The Common Good.”

Eternal Vigilance
Family Police: when your children are invited to another home, ask the host parents whether they would be watching TV, and if so, what would it be. This will cause the other parents to pay closer attention to what they will expose your children to.

Guides Help Parents Find Catholic Colleges
WASHINGTON — For high school seniors, the next few months will be spent making college decisions. Catholic families have more ways than ever to find the right college for them.

Is Your College Faithfull to the Magisterium?
Check it out on the Catholic identity college guide.

Does Loyola have a canon-law required mandatum?
The Thompsons won’t be sending a child to Loyola University of Chicago next year, because they can’t find out who has a canon-law required mandatum.


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