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Day 2 of Fortnight for Freedom

Today we celebrate the martyrs  St. Thomas Moore and St. John Fisher. Fr. Longenecker has posted a timely reminder: On this feast day of St Thomas More we do well to remember that the Tudor Revolution in England (sometimes given … Continue reading

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Fortnight for Freedom

The US bishops have called for a fortnight of prayer, study, reflection and action for religious freedom.

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Pray, Abstain, Fast for Liberty

The bishops of the United States are calling us to dedicate our Lenten practice of prayer and abstinence from meat to the preservation of our right to religious liberty. In addition they are asking us to fast. Below is the … Continue reading

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Meanwhile, Back at the ranch……..

Well we are back from Denver. Lord, I really hate the drive. Ten long hours, and Nebraska is really really flat. But it was great to be able to spend some time with my parents. The traffic in Denver is … Continue reading

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True Shepherds

The Bishops of the United States are concerned about recent rulings on marriage. WASHINGTON—Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville, chairman of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) Ad Hoc Committee for the Defense of Marriage, expressed grave concern regarding … Continue reading

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In Defense of Marriage

Between one man and one woman, that is. The US Bishops have a lot of new resources on their web site to explain why the Church cannot accept homosexual marriage: Marriage: Unique for a Reason provides resources to assist with … Continue reading

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