Keeping ‘the case’ against Pope Benedict simmering
Sheila Liaugminas | 03 July 2010
The New York Times has stirred its pot of selected facts about clerical child abuse and the Pope, again, in a 4000-word ramble.
Media dwelt on allegations against the Pope—Pew study
Carolyn Moynihan | 14 June 2010
Pope Benedict himself was the target of many stories.
‘God works through the ministry of weak and fallen human persons’
Kica Perez Warnisher | 14 June 2010
'God works through the ministry of weak and fallen human persons'
‘We cannot tolerate conduct unworthy of priestly life’ Benedict tells priests’ gathering
Rome Reports | 13 June 2010
“Today we can see that it has nothing to do with love when conduct unworthy of the priestly life is tolerated,"
‘Celibacy is a great sign of faith’
Rome Reports | 11 June 2010
Pope Benedict prayed for an end of scandals.
‘Forgiveness does not replace justice’
Rome Reports | 24 May 2010
the Pope said that "the greatest persecution of the Church does not come from external enemies, but is born of sin within the Church."
Malta: Ten thousand young people cheer Pope Benedict XVI
Rome Reports | 19 April 2010
10,000 youth greet Pope in Malta
Pope speaks of ‘our sins’ and need for penance
Carolyn Moynihan | 17 April 2010
Pope speaks of "our sins" and the need for penance.
Church for everyone
Sheila Liaugminas | 09 April 2010
How will the Church emerge from this current crisis? Some columnists from big media are showing their concern, and offering their ideas...
Media vs. the Church: Truth be told
Sheila Liaugminas | 08 April 2010
The crisis in and about the Catholic Church playing out so publicly right now has been referred to as a 'war', whether it's secularism vs. religion or the media vs. the Church. In most war, two opposing camps circle the wagons and fire at each other. In this one, free agents are doing their own reconnaissance missions and reporting their findings. Some recent posts...
Bishop Lori takes on the Times
Sheila Liaugminas | 07 April 2010
Bishop William Lori helped write the U.S. bishops' Charter for the Protection of Children and take it to Rome for approval. He has had enough of the New York Times' nonsense, and speaks out.
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