“It is critically important to engage this demographic, especially through the expanding field of social media…”
Speaking on the theme of “Let Religious Freedom Ring”, Cardinal Dolan noted that “freedom of religion has been the driving force of almost every enlightened, un-shackling, noble cause in American history. Thus, the defense of religious freedom is not some evangelical Christian polemic, or wiley strategy of discredited Catholic bishops, but the quintessential American cause, the first line in the defense of and protection of human rights,” he said.
The universe is the most perfect art form because its Painter, Sculptor, and Architect is none other than Almighty God Himself!
The time for prayer, which will complement our efforts, is paramount….
Thomas More is is the man for this season, the man for this moment. He calls us to live a unity of life. He calls us to moral coherence and integrity in our exercise of our civic duty. On this Feast of St. Thomas More, let us reflect on this patron assigned to a special role in political affairs, and ask for his intercession. Let us also choose candidates who reflect his integrity and moral coherence. Elections have consequences and we are the ones who determine those consequences.
“ministries should not be forced to provide or pay for morally objectionable services…”
The counter-attack has begun. You knew it was coming, didn’t you?
We cannot be silent in the face of words or actions that would undermine the institution of marriage….
Pope Benedict XVI has established the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter to serve former Anglican groups and clergy in the United States who wish to become Catholic. He also named the 59-year-old Father Jeffrey N. Steenson of Houston, Texas to lead the new structure as its ordinary.
Archbishop Timothy Dolan of New York, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, said Cardinal John Foley, who died December 11 in Philadelphia,