Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Upcoming eclipse a sign of end times?

by Michael Otto, Catholic News Service
Church leaders from Oceania, meeting in New Zealand to discuss protecting the oceans, also served meals to the homeless and met with Pacific Islander high school students.  

A cardinal from Papua New Guinea, an archbishop from New Caledonia, and four bishops from Australia and New Zealand served meals to people who are homeless, mentally unwell or otherwise economically deprived at the Auckland City Mission Aug. 11.  

by Ana Rodriguez-Soto, Catholic News Service
One of America's smallest parishes is uniquely situated inside one of its greatest natural wonders.  

by Dennis Sadowski, Catholic News Service
ICYMI: The total solar eclipse is the first to be seen from coast to coast since 1918. The 70-mile-wide eclipse path spans the continental U.S. from Oregon to South Carolina. The word from some is that the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse is a harbinger of the end times, but one Wisconsin priest hardly thinks so. 

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