Monday, June 14, 2010

Papal Angelus & Culmination of Year of Priests, Turkey Update

A devotee takes a picture standing next to a priest as Pope Benedict XVI leads the Sunday Angelus prayer from the window of his private apartment in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican June 13, 2010. (Daylife Images-Reuters, Getty, AP)



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Recognizing priests:



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International gathering of priests:



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St. Albert Chmielowski

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World Cup Commercial Blasphemy?

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Death of G.K. Chesterton

The French section of Aid to the Church in Need is urging people worldwide to sign a petition denouncing a "blasphemy law" that allows for grave injustices in Pakistan

Hindu extremist arrested for anti-Catholic violence

Archbishop Thomas Wenski of Miami took his Episcopal motto, "Omnia omnibus" - "All things to everyone", from the Apostle Paul

Archbishop Ruggero Franceschini, 70, who has been serving as Archbishop of Izmir since 2004, will replace Bishop Luigi Padovese, who was stabbed to death in Iskendurun, Turkey on June 3 by his driver, who also served as his aide

Slovenian WW2 student beatified


Israeli-Vatican talks continue

Benedict XVI characterized his brother bishop Luigi Padovese as a "beloved pastor" and a generous witness and architect "of dialogue for reconciliation."

The funeral Mass for Bishop Luigi Padovese, Apostolic Vicar of the Anatolia and President of the Bishops’ Conference of Turkey, was celebrated Tuesday morning at the Cathedral of Milan

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