Priests, laity in India boycott Vatican appointee – UCA News

The decision by officials of the Ernakulam-Angamaly Archdiocese may amount to ‘defying the papal authority’ Priests, laity in India boycott

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East Kent baby deaths: 45 infants could have been saved amid ‘downright dangerous’ culture

Repeated and serious failings in care of babies and mothers led to some newborns being brain-damaged and others dying, report finds

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Has The Crown season five 2022 gone too far this time?

The Netflix drama has always played fast and loose with history, but this year opposition is fiercer than ever Has

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The legacy and lessons of the Hippocratic Oath  – Voice of the Family

“I will neither give a deadly drug to anybody if asked for it nor will I make a suggestion to

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Evening Meditations for the Nineteenth Wednesday After Pentecost~ St Alphonsus Liguori

He who acts in perfect conformity to God’s will not only becomes a saint but he enjoys, even in this world, a perpetual peace. Alphonsus the Great, King of Arragon, and a most wise prince, on being one day asked whom he considered to be the happiest man in the world, replied that it was he who abandons himself to the will of God, and receives all things, prosperous or adverse, as from His hands.

Anthony Stine Correct? We are in Vatican III Right Now? – YouTube

Francis Apologists Michael Lofton (@Reason & Theology) recently dismissed Anthony Stine’s (@Return To Tradition) contention that the Synod on Synodality

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Francis Says We Are Not Christians As He Decries Polarization In The Church – YouTube

Love the Revolution in the Church or you’re not a Christian. (26) Francis Says We Are Not Christians As He

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Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: October 19th

Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Octave Day of St Wilfrid of York

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Octave Day of St Wilfrid, Commemoration of St Peter of Alcantara

Spiritual Reading for Wednesday – Nineteenth Week After Pentecost

St. Teresa herself practised earnestly what she taught to others. When she was called to give herself wholly to God, she gave herself to Him without reserve, and with so strong a resolution, that to oblige herself to search out whatever might give the most pleasure to her Beloved, she went so far as to bind herself by that sublime vow, at which the Saints have been filled with astonishment, and which is styled by the sacred tribunal of the Rota, “a very difficult vow,” always to do what she understood to be the most perfect. Herein Teresa exhibits to us the courage and the resolution with which she aimed at the highest perfection to which a soul upon earth can attain, in order that she might please God to the utmost of her power.

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