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Archive for July, 2010

Suggesting to the Pope how to dress

Anne Burke, a justice on the Illinois State Supreme Court and former head of the review board of lay people for the US bishops’ sex abuse policy, suggests that the Pope lose his red shoes and switch to a black cassock.

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Eucharist as School, Project, Plan

The Eucharist is a project of solidarity for all of humanity and a great school of peace.

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Austria: The Church and the Arts

Diocesan Bishop Egon Kapellari of Graz emphasized the manifold connections between culture, art, and the Church in Europe.

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The 11-minute Mass and the Book of Kells

Here’s Phil Lawler at Catholic Culture on his experience of the Catholic liturgy in Ireland.

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The latest on the missal timeline

Here’s the latest on the upcoming (we think it still probably is) English missal from a pretty official source.

Some Comments on Comments

We enjoy monitoring the comments box. Only very rarely does it get us down.

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Several weeks ago I had the opportunity to sit down with the folks at to discuss how they got started and what the future holds for them. I was very excited to learn that this project has its roots right here in Salt Lake City. The people behind this wonderful ministry are: Dane Falkner, Denise Winters, Greg Pedroza, and Christine Sharer. Below follows a summary of our conversation.

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New rite for Episcopalians

PrayTell allows itself some, but not too much, coverage of “culture war” issues.

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But… this is before we even implement the missal…

Save the date: Christ will return May 21, 2011.


Rapid Catholic Decline in Spain

The proportion of Spaniards who say they are Roman Catholic has fallen to 73 percent from around 80 percent just eight years ago.