Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Roman catholic church

  • Dueling Catholics: Who Speaks For Catholicism? (Video)

    "The Catholic church is not Apple or Google, global corporations that zealously police the use of their brand, siccing corporate lawyers on anybody who dares use their name in vain.

  • Pope names six cardinals to put stamp on Church future

    Cardinals are the pope's closest aides in the Vatican, where they run its key departments, and around the world, where they head dioceses to administer the 1.2 billion members of the Roman Catholic Church. Harvey, 63, looked after world leaders ...

  • Progressive Catholics Fighting for Marriage Equality

    It is a heart breaking fact, which the article then specifies more explicitly is the Roman Catholic Church. More than half the funds were raised by the Knights of Columbus, a Roman Catholic institution, with the rest collected from diocesan donations ...

  • Holocaust denying British bishop expelled from religious order

    The Society of St Pius X, a breakaway order of the Roman Catholic Church, announced that it had expelled Bishop Richard Williamson, 72, for "refusing to show respect and obedience deserved by his legitimate superiors".

  • Roman Catholic 'faithful' have local opportunity to attend Latin Mass

    Latin MassThe "Extraordinary Form of the Latin Rite" is offered at 1:30 p.m. on the first, third and fifth Sundays of the Month at the St. Francis of Assisi Faith Formation Center, formerly St. Boniface Catholic Church, 10th and Marshall streets in ...

  • Rev. Edward F. McNally, Franciscan Center director

    He was an associate priest at St. Margaret's Roman Catholic Church in North Syracuse when he left in 1995 to become chaplain and director of the Newman Center at the State University of New York at Oswego.

  • Fargo senator protests ND bishop's election letter

    BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A Democratic state senator says a letter meant for reading at North Dakota Roman Catholic church services is intended to support Republicans.

  • Second Filipino saint canonized Oct. 21 - Pedro Calungsod

    Pedro Calungsod is the second Filipino declared a saint by the Roman Catholic Church, after Saint Lorenzo Ruiz. Pope Benedict XVI set the date for his canonization on Oct. 21, 2012 (World Mission Sunday), 340 years after Calungsod's death.

  • Catholic writer: October has been a major month for Catholic women

    Pope created seven new saints on Sunday, including Tekakwitha, a sixteenth-century convert known as "Lily of the Mohawks", the first Native American to be canonized, as the Roman Catholic Church reaches out to its global flock to rebuff encroaching ...

  • Are Roman Catholics Christians? A response

    Salvation: The Roman Catholic Church teaches that salvation is by baptismal regeneration and is maintained through the Catholic sacraments unless a willful act of sin is committed that breaks the state of sanctifying grace.

  • Roman Catholic Church Finances in the United States

    There are 74 million people in the US who describe themselves as Roman Catholic, and the expenditure of the Church is estimated as $170 billion in 2010.

  • Understanding the Catholic Conundrum

    This is significant in light of the fact that there are 68 million Catholic Church members in America and that the Roman Catholic Church is the largest single religious denomination in the country, comprising 25 percent of the population. The Catholic ...

  • EU appointed Italian gov't tries to strip Catholic Church's property tax exemption

    ROME, October 23, 2012 ( - An amendment to Italy's tax code that would require the Catholic Church to pay taxes on all its properties has hit a speed bump, after it was overturned October 10th by the Council of State, Italy's highest ...

  • Vancouver archdiocese to reach out to lapsed Catholics

    The Roman Catholic archdiocese for Metro Vancouver will take a multicultural approach as it becomes the first in Canada to launch a campaign urging inactive adherents to return to the pews.

  • Former nun warned she'll be excommunicated from the Roman Catholic Church

    NBC NATIONAL NEWS - An Atlanta woman, a former nun, is seeking to change the Roman Catholic Church, realizing that what she will get her excommunicated from the Church.

  • John A. Matlosz, retired firefighter

    He also was a member of Mary Mother of Peace Roman Catholic Church and St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, a U.S.

  • Knights of St. John Reaches the Needy

    In 1886, some American Roman Catholics in New York City met and decided that a living tribute should be created to commemorate the gallant Knights who had so courageously defended the Church in the medieval era. They founded an Order in the ...

  • Reformed Catholic Head Joins Governor Race

    He hit headlines in 2007 when he went against the Roman Catholic Church by marrying. Shiundu started the Reformed Catholic Church and became its bishop.

  • Mary R. Gervasi

    Mary was a parishioner of Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church in Morrisville. She was the daughter of the late Angelo and Rose (Immordino) Reggi, and wife of the late Joseph Gervasi.

  • Saint Kateri Tekakwitha

    Kateri longed to become a Roman Catholic but the Black Robes (the Jesuits who ran the Mission Church) refused to baptize her on a couple of occasions.

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