October 24, 2018

Pope removes bishop from governance of Memphis, names administrator

Pope Francis has removed Bishop Martin D. Holley of Memphis, Tennessee, from the pastoral governance of the diocese and has named as apostolic administrator Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville, Kentucky.
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Catholic group says neutral stand on assisted suicide ‘startling’

The president of the Catholic Medical Association said Oct. 18 that the American Academy of Family Physicians’ new “engaged neutrality” position on physician-assisted suicide is “diametrically opposed” to the medical community’s long-standing opposition to it.
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Loyola Blakefield in position for cross country, soccer titles

Loyola Blakefield is poised to win MIAA A Conference titles in both cross country and soccer.
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A smile and a handshake

My encounter with the Holy Father reminds me that the Holy Spirit is working in small yet profound ways.
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Martin Scorsese asks pope question as pontiff says young people must learn from mistakes of the past

Pope Francis said young men and women today need to learn from their elders what led to the great wars of the 20th century so "they won't fall for the same mistake."
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