August 25, 2011

The Creed

The Catholic Review I am most grateful to Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles, who has given me permission to reprint a recent article of his. Given its length, the second part will appear next week. I am very well aware of the contentious nature of this issue among our people. I hope that...
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Assumption getting short shrift

I find it irksome, even troubling, that we should choose to treat so cavalierly the feast day of his Mother on which God deigned to end World War II (Victory Over Japan Day, Aug. 15, 1945) and the socialist and totalitarian monstrosities of that period. Excuses are given for “moving” the feast of the Assumption,...
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I’m missing my Madrid kids

It’s been two days since I’ve returned to my life in Baltimore. The days of World Youth Day in Madrid seem like a year ago now as I get back to the daily grind of work, but I just thought I’d let all the kids know I’m missing following them and sharing their stories with...
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