February 25, 2017

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Members of the emergency services rescue a woman from a flooded property in York City Center in northern England. Photo: CNS/Andrew Yates, Reuters

English priest, parishioners trapped by floods

A 78-year-old Catholic priest trapped in his home was among those rescued as floods ravaged the north of England. Elsewhere, another Catholic priest organised the rescue by boat of an elderly parishioner left stranded when a river broke its banks. Fr John Gott was in the kitchen of the rectory of the Church of the […]

Cardinal George Pell, prefect of the Vatican Secretariat for the Economy, talks with Cardinal Peter Erdo of Esztergom-Budapest, Hungary, on 13 October, 2014. Photo: CNS photoPaul Haring.

Kasper contribution ‘a bit disappointing’: Cardinal Pell interview

Cardinal George Pell has welcomed the assurance of Cardinal Lorenzo Baldisseri, general secretary of the synod, that there will be a paragraph-by-paragraph vote on final synod draft, saying he did not think many fathers would ultimately want to “on the other side” from Jesus and St Paul. The remarks were made in an extraordinary interview […]

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Day 14 of the Royal Commission’s Catholic wrap up: summary and analysis – 24/2/2017

The final day of the Royal Commission’s Catholic “wrap up” hearing was held today in Sydney with the conclusion of evidence from Australia’s five metropolitan archbishops: Archbishop Denis Hart of Melbourne, Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP of Sydney, Archbishop Mark Coleridge of Brisbane, Archbishop Timothy Costelloe SDB from Perth and Archbishop Philip Wilson from Adelaide. You […]

Michael Novak. Photo: Heritage Foundation

Michael Novak – death of a Catholic humanist

In many ways Michael Novak exemplified the great tensions and transitions that have occurred in Catholic life since the 1960s. Born in 1933 into a family of Slovakian background, he imbibed the rich experiences of religious faith that have marked ethnic Catholicism in American history. His high school years at a preparatory seminary were followed […]

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Day 10 of the Royal Commission’s Catholic wrap up: summary and analysis – 20/2/2017

The tenth day of the Royal Commission’s Catholic “wrap up” hearing was held today in Sydney. You can read a summary of Friday’s hearing here. Today’s hearing focussed on the newly-established entity, Catholic Professional Standards Limited (CSPL), which will set safeguarding standards for dioceses and religious orders across Australia, and audit and publicise compliance with […]

The Chapel of the Holy Trinity in Lublin, Poland, showcases a unique mix of Eastern and Western architecture and art. The chapel was built in under King Casimir the Great in the 14th century and decorated with Byzantine-Ruthenian frescos. Photo: CNS

When it comes to liturgy, we’re all mutually-enriching mongrels

As a Byzantine Catholic [writes Dr Adam A J DeVille]  in communion with my Latin brethren, I have watched with great anxiety the liturgical turmoil they have been enduring for more than forty years now and cannot stand idly by: when one part of the body suffers, we all suffer. Moreover, as a Catholic whose […]