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Catholic education and life Down Under

24 May, 2012 0 Comments
Catholic education and life Down Under

Catholic World Report| May 23, 2012:

An interview with Dr Tracey Rowland, Dean of the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family in Melbourne, Australia.

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Forty US Catholic dioceses and organizations to sue Obama administration

21 May, 2012 0 Comments
Forty US Catholic dioceses and organizations to sue Obama administration

By Terence P. Jeffrey | CNSNews.com | May 21, 2012:

NEW YORK – The Archdiocese of New York, headed by Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., headed by Cardinal Donald Wuerl, the University of Notre Dame, and 40 other Catholic dioceses and organizations around the country announced on Monday that they are suing the Obama administration for violating their freedom of religion, which is guaranteed by the First Amendment to the Constitution.

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‘Exorcist’ author, to sue Georgetown University

20 May, 2012 0 Comments
‘Exorcist’ author, to sue Georgetown University

By Daniel Burke | Religion News Service | May 19, 2012:

THE author who turned Georgetown University into a horror scene in “The Exorcist” plans to sue the school in church court, charging that his alma mater has strayed so far from church doctrine that it should no longer call itself Catholic.

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Bishop Fellay speaks

16 May, 2012 0 Comments
Bishop Fellay speaks
Video posted by Jim Lackey | CNS Blog | May 15, 2012:

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Pope’s friends leery on Lefebvrist reconciliation

4 May, 2012 0 Comments
Pope’s friends leery on Lefebvrist reconciliation

By John L Allen Jr | National Catholic Reporter | May 04, 2012:

ROME – Even in Roman circles most sympathetic to Pope Benedict XVI’s overall reading of the Second Vatican Council, it would seem, there’s a bit of anxiety percolating about what it might mean to bring the council’s biggest critics, the traditionalist Society of St. Pius X, back into the fold.

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