This week: A bushel of miscellaneous takes this week beginning with the case of the fallen signs. Why kids become Altar Servers. CNS covers the Monks of Norcia. A wonderful campaign from Robert Mondavi. Mark Dice find people eager to sign a petition to dope the water supply with ABC. That South American sense of […]
Archives for September 2013
2013.09.24 Adam’s Sin [guest] Author: Ed Trego Guest contributor: Ed Trego In Romans, chapter 7, verse 15 Paul says, “I do not understand my own actions. For I do not do what I want, but I do the very thing I hate.” I take a lot of comfort from these words. If the great […]
This week: A powerful, new pro-life music video. Advertising can be good, very good. An excellent campaign called #ExploreGod rolls-out in Austin. Ten ways to get the right guy to like you. People readily sign a petition in support of Karl Marx for president. A kickstart campaign to support… World War III (and IV […]
The Church has always made adaptations in its presentation to local cultures around the world. The Catholic Church is the one, universal Church for all people. Elements of local customs and traditions are often incorporated in buildings, liturgy, celebrations and so on. This is done not in accommodation of incompatible beliefs (which the Church always […]
This week: The latest issue of New Evangelists Monthly is complete and ready for you. Light of Love is a terrific new film on religious life. Mama Hill and her loving outreach to the poor. Friendship, solidarity and love on display in a beer commercial. UK pro-aborts get tangled in sex selection scandal. The new […]
Enjoy this month’s edition of New Evangelists Monthly – an informal, dynamic, crowd-sourced “meta-magazine” showcasing the best posts faithful Catholic bloggers. In this and every issue, you will find many different, but faithfully Catholic viewpoints, insights and perspectives.
This week: A focus on vocations and the EF Mass. The Nashville Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia expand to Scotland. The paths of men to the priesthood: 5 at the American seminary in Rome and the journeys of 5 Dominican Friars. Getting a feel for the Traditional Latin Mass in about 3 minutes. The work […]