Posts Tagged ‘Joanna Bogle’
The Pope is expected to name Archbishop Velasio DePaolis the Apostolic Delegate to the Legion of Christ.
The Archbishop of Canterbury and the Archbishop of York are reportedly preparing to make a last-ditch effort to prevent thousands of traditionalists leaving the Church of England.
A Vatican spokesman has denied reports that the disgraced former Archbishop of Poznań, Juliusz Paetz, is to be “rehabilitated”.
Zenit publishes the final part of Pope Benedict’s question-and-answer session with priests.
Fr Edward Daly welcomes the Saville report into Bloody Sunday.
Commonweal responds to criticism by the US bishops of its stance on the healthcare bill.
John Allen points out the “elephants in the room” of the Catholic debate on healthcare reform.
Kevin O’Rourke looks at “the complicated reasons behind an abortion at a Catholic hospital” in Phoenix.
George Weigel describes the alternative to “Catholic Lite”.
Karl Giberson urges Christians not to vilify the New Atheists.
Joanna Bogle profiles Catholic Voices, which aims to transform the media image of Catholicism during the Pope’s visit to Britain.
Austen Ivereigh applauds Archbishop Vincent Nichols’s efforts to promote the papal visit.
Rocco Palmo reports on the remarkable success of the iBreviary app for the iPhone.
And Fr Z wonders if the iPad will replace the altar missal.
Orthodox Patriarchs Bartholomew I and Kirill have held a landmark meeting in Moscow.
The Irish Times reports that Cardinal Séan Brady has withdrawn from a talk at Oxford University because his presence might provoke protests.
Rising star Archbishop Mark Coleridge of Canberra and Goulburn has issued a major reflection on the clerical abuse crisis.
Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver says that those seeking to sue the Pope “have revived the notion of the Catholic Church as a Vatican-controlled monolith”.
Headline Bistro previews the Pope’s visit to Cyprus next month.
And Deacon Greg Kandra hails the legendary Archbishop of New Orleans, Philip Hannan.
The Foreign Office has ordered members of its papal visit team to undergo “urgent diversity training” following the leaking of a memo mocking the Pope.
Catherine Pepinster explains the background to the Foreign Office fiasco.
A 73-year-old priest has been killed in India.
The French Catholic Church is seeking candidates for priesthood on Facebook.
Philip Jenkins considers how the abuse crisis will change the Catholic Church.
Fr Raymond de Souza goes another round with Christopher Hitchens.
The Economist tours the Vatican Secret Archives.
Professor Eamon Duffy tries to define Anglican patrimony at a conference on Anglicanorum coetibus.
Joanna Bogle hails the new English translation of the Mass.
Matthew Archbold says ultrasounds will prove to be “the Rosa Parks of abortion”.
And the Church has finally done something to make Andrew Sullivan proud.
The Magi knew the limitations of science, Pope Benedict XVI said in his Epiphany homily yesterday.
Mgr Guido Marini, the Papal Master of Ceremonies, has urged priests not to allow the liturgy to become a source of conflict.
Vatican Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran has called on Saudi Arabia to allow Christians to build churches.
Six Coptic Christians were killed in a drive-by shooting outside their church in Egypt on Christmas Eve.
Robert Spencer claims that Google favours Islam over Christianity.
Four priests in central Mexico have resigned after breaking their celibacy vows.
The New York Times reports that Bart Stupak is ready for a final showdown over abortion in the healthcare reform bill.
The Washington Post debates whether blasphemy should be a crime.
Jeffrey Tucker offers parishes a plan for radically improving liturgical music.
A new liturgical blog is launched.
Joanna Bogle wonders why Catholics in England and Wales only had nine days of Christmas.
And Fr Z looks into his crystal ball and makes predictions for 2010.