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What Did the Bishop Do in Maine? Depends on Which News Source You Follow

What the Catholic bishop in Maine announced this weekend depends upon which headline you read.... Read More

Can We Give Up Judging for Lent?

Today’s Gospel lesson (Luke 6:35-38)is perhaps one of the hardest ideals for human beings to... Read More

When Will the Pope Speak Out, Too?

Dr. Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury and head of the Anglican Church, has “called... Read More

Lesbian Denied Communion Explains How Her Faith Has Been Strengthened

Barbara Johnson’s story about how she was denied communion at her mother’s funeral because of... Read More

Three Catholic Leaders Offer Responses to Maryland's Marriage Equality Law

WJZ-TV, Baltimore, reported yesterday on Catholic response to Maryland enacting a marriage equality law.  The... Read More

Scenes from the Signing of Maryland's Marriage Equality Law

On March 1st, 2012, Maryland became the eighth state (plus the District of Columbia) to... Read More

Communion Denied to Lesbian Woman at Her Mother's Funeral

The blogosphere has been abuzz with the news that Rev. Marcel Guarnizo, a priest at... Read More

Welcoming Wild Beasts and Angels As Part of Lent

I usually get Lent wrong.  I usually think of it as a time when I’m... Read More

England's Leading Catholic Archbishop Again Strikes a Moderate Note

Archbishop Vincent Nichols, the leader of the Catholic church in England and Wales, has made... Read More

Fortunate Families Focus & LGBT Timeline Round Out U.S. Catholic Coverage

As mentioned on this blog the other day, the March issue of U.S. Catholic magazine... Read More