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Friday, December 16, 2022

Awake! Repent! Rejoice!

Why the French bishops have launched the world’s first canonical criminal court

By Catholic News Agency on Dec 12, 2022 09:20 am
Paris, France / Pedro Lastra / Unsplash (CC0) CNA Newsroom, Dec 12, 2022 / 07:20 am (CNA). This month, the French Bishops’ Conference (CEF) established a new legal structure to deal with crimes and offenses committed by clerics and laity within... [...]
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Spanning continents and centuries, Our Lady’s message is clear

By Jeanette Flood on Dec 12, 2022 04:00 am
In the last several days, the Church has celebrated both the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception (December 8) and the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe (December 12). This makes it particularly fitting to consider [...]
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A warning against woke and a call to defend the West

By Piers Shepherd on Dec 11, 2022 08:33 pm
Since the worldwide riots and protests following the death of George Floyd in 2020, the concerted attack on western culture and traditions, going on for many years among our elites, has taken on a new [..]
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Praying the Rosary with Sacred Art: An interview with Fr. Lawrence Lew, O.P.

By Paul Senz on Dec 10, 2022 11:08 pm
The Rosary is one of the most famous and quintessential Catholic prayers. Although the precise origins of the Rosary are lost in the mists of time, what is certain is that this prayer of meditative [...]
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Vatican II and Religious Freedom: Rupture or Authentic Development?

By Carl E. Olson on Dec 10, 2022 04:00 pm
Editor’s note: The following interview, originally posted at CWR on November 11, 2015, is reposted in memory of the late David L. Schindler, who died on November 16, 2022, and to help mark the 60th [...]
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How could the Holy House of Mary in Nazareth have ended up in Loreto, Italy?

By Catholic News Agency on Dec 10, 2022 07:30 am
The Holy House of Our Lady in the Shrine of Loreto. / Tatiana Dyuvbanova / Shutterstock. Rome Newsroom, Dec 10, 2022 / 05:30 am (CNA). What do Galileo, Mozart, Descartes, Cervantes, and St. Therese of Lisieux have in common? They all traveled h... [...]
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New book presents the Sistine Chapel as an artistic revolution

By Sean Salai on Dec 09, 2022 10:15 pm
The heavenly art of the Sistine Chapel masks a human competition that produced the greatest creative work in history, according to a new book from a leading Italian Renaissance scholar. The walls of the small [...]
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Awake! Repent! Rejoice!

By Carl E. Olson on Dec 09, 2022 07:00 pm
Readings: • Is 35:1-6a, 10 • Ps 146:6-7, 8-9, 9-10 • Jas 5:7-10 • Mt 11:2-11 First, awaken. Then repent. Now rejoice. Those have been the central themes during these three Sundays of Advent. On [...]
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Catholic parish sues Michigan over Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act

By Kathy Schiffer on Dec 09, 2022 01:42 pm
A parish in the Diocese of Lansing has just filed a federal civil rights complaint against the state of Michigan, asserting that its religious liberty is threatened by a new interpretation of state law. In [...]

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