March 5, 2020

English Catholics to rededicate nation as ‘Mary’s Dowry’

Catholics are preparing for the historic rededication of England as "Mary's Dowry" in the hope that it will spur the re-evangelization of their country.
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Chief Justice Roberts responds to Sen. Schumer’s remarks at court rally

Chief Justice John Roberts, accustomed to writing in-depth opinions on court cases, penned a rare statement March 4 denouncing remarks made earlier that day by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-New York, at a rally outside the Supreme Court.
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Movie Review: ‘Emma’

"Emma" is a delightful screen version of Jane Austen's classic novel, lovely to look at and abounding in gentle humor.
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Bethlehem holy sites to be closed after COVID-19 reported at hotel

The Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem urged its faithful to cooperate with the Palestinian Authority Ministry of Health, following its order March 5 to close all schools, universities, mosques and churches, including the Church of the Nativity and Shepherd's field.
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Forgive us our trespasses

Sin is a wound in the heart of an all-loving God. This should bring home to us the enormity and preciousness of God’s gift of mercy.
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New Atlanta archbishop has deep roots in Baltimore

Archbishop Gregory Hartmayer, a Conventual Franciscan priest tapped by Pope Francis March 5 to lead the Archdiocese of Atlanta, spent the early years of his ministry in the Baltimore area, serving as a religion teacher, guidance counselor and later principal of Archbishop Curley High School in the late 1970s and 1980s.
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