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Outrage, a gay rights group in England, is protesting the move of Cardinal John Henry Newman from his resting place in a cemetery in Birmingham, England to the Oratory Church in the city. more
Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, often describes herself as a faithful and devout Catholic. more
In a public letter sent to the Director of the U.S. Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Bishop Thomas J. Tobin, joined by 15 local pastors, boldly and bravely called for a stop to immigration raids in the State of Rhode Island. more
Late last month, President George W. Bush signed into law the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008, the most recent attempt by Congress to address the foreclosure crisis in the United States. more
Get ready, Rhode Island, because “gay marriage” may soon be headed your way. more
Public attacks upon the Catholic Church in the United States were routine and commonplace in the nineteenth century as the immigrant Church’s expansion was seen as a threat to the nativists and know-nothings of the era. more
This week the world once again is witnessing a massive and joyous gathering of young people from across the globe. more
At the Roman Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls, where the remains of the Apostle have been kept for centuries, Pope Benedict XVI accompanied by the Greek Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomew I and representatives of other Christian denominations, arrived in procession to begin "The Year of Saint Paul," commencing June 28, 2008, and ending in June 2009. more
The Rite of Ordination of a priest is a ceremony filled with powerful and sacred moments. more
The entire nation was shocked to learn the sad news last week that NBC Washington bureau chief and “Meet the Press” moderator Tim Russert had died of an apparent heart attack. more
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