Daily Archives: March 7, 2011

The Theology of the Body is deep in our hearts

The National Catholic Register is hosting an online symposium on John Paul II’s Theology of the Body. Cardinal Rigali, Archbishop of  Philadelphia kicks it off. Excerpt: “The important series of articles on the theology of the body in the following … Continue reading

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We are Catholics…we belong to Jesus…

Archbishop Jose Gomez, the new archbishop of Los Angelos, gave his first Sunday homily yesterday, and it is wonderful. H/T Rocco Palmo of Whispers In The Loggia. Excerpt: “The readings today from the Word of God are all about Catholic … Continue reading

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Saints of the day: Perpetua and Felicity, martyrs

Saints Perpetua and Felicity were martyred in 203. They were Catechumens when they were arrested.  The women are two of eight women that are remembered in the 1st Eucharistic prayer of the Roman Missal. The six others are Mary and … Continue reading

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