Pope Benedict XVI Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. Papal gift helps hungry families in South SudanRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 12 | PressReleasePoint

    The kits come as the food security situation is forecast to worsen in coming months. Around 5,000 families, or more than 30,000 people, in Yei in Central Equatoria have benefited from the recent a 25,000 contribution from the Pope to FAO .


  2. Synagogue in North Miami Beach meets with Pope FrancisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | Jewish Journal

    Congregants and leaders of Beth Torah Benny Rok Campus in North Miami Beach recently met with Pope Francis at the Vatican. Congregants and leaders of Beth Torah Benny Rok Campus in North Miami Beach recently met with Pope Francis at the Vatican.


  3. More Catholic than the Pope?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 1 | Commonweal

    In this 2013 file photo, Capuchin Franciscan Father Thomas Weinandy is pictured at the Washington headquarters of U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops where he served as chief adviser on doctrinal and canonical affairs. From the start of Pope Francis's papacy, a vocal minority of conservative Catholic bishops, priests, and pundits have warned with growing alarm that heresy is threatening the church.


  4. Op-Ed Contributor: Abortion in Italy, a Right WrongedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 13 | The New York Times

    Late last month, Cosimo Borraccino, a left-wing member of the regional council for Apulia, in southern Italy, proposed passing a local law to require the enforcement of national legislation granting women access to abortion. His opponents on the council, mostly from center-right parties, said the bill was unnecessary and that Mr. Borraccino was "slamming into a wall of self-evidence."


  5. Pope Says No Phones in Church. Parishioners Keep Scrolling.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | The New York Times

    Dianne Alfaro sat in a pew in the back of St. Patrick's Cathedral in Manhattan, her head bowed during Mass on Sunday morning. She cast her eyes down as the hymn "Jerusalem My Happy Home" swelled around her.


  6. Correction: Vatican-Nuclear storyRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 11 | Yahoo!

    In a story Nov. 10 about a nuclear disarmament conference at the Vatican, The Associated Press misspelled the name of the U.S. embassy official who attended. His name is Louis Bono, not Luis.


  7. Egyptian Academy of Arts in Rome inaugurates new cultural seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | Egypt Today

    The inauguration was attended by the Egyptian Ambassador to Italy Hisham Badr, the Head of Cultural Development Fund Sector Ahmed Awad, the Arab calligrapher Ahmed Moustafa and many other Egyptians and Italians. During the opening ceremony, Egyptian Marimba star Nesma Abdel Aziz performed a concert with artists from the Italian Conservatory.


  8. Cupich Up for Key Leadership Post in Bellwether VoteRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 12 | NBC Chicago

    Cardinal Blase Cupich played a big role in the state providing scholarship tax credits for private school students, and he spoke with NBC 5's Mary Ann Ahern about that program, as well as the future of the Catholic Church. When the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops gathers in Baltimore for their annual meeting this coming week, they will elect new leaders to various positions.


  9. Papal message: Put down your phonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | The New Zealand Herald

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  10. New book alleges gay sex in Vatican dorm, shady bankingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | White Lake Beacon

    The Italian journalist who was put on trial by the Vatican for publishing confidential documents has penned a new book alleging a host of Catholic sins, including gay sex in the dormitory of the Vatican's youth seminary. Gianluigi Nuzzi's "Original Sin" went on sale Thursday.


  11. Papal loyalists become dissentersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | Newsday

    Scripture tells us that they will know that we are Christians by our love, but the media tell us that they will know that we are Catholics by our fights. There have been lots of fights in the Catholic Church lately as reactionary cardinals, theologians and commentators have gone after Pope Francis and his emphasis on God's compassion and mercy.


  12. Hey, God, if the pope can nod off when praying then surely we ... zzzzzRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | Salt Lake Tribune

    Pope Francis acknowledged recently that he sometimes drifts off while praying. This makes perfect sense to me, and I'm not even Catholic.


  13. Positivity: It's official- John Paul I moves forward on path to sainthoodRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 12 | BizzyBlog.com

    The Vatican on Thursday announced that Albino Luciani - better know as Pope John Paul I - has moved forward on the path to sainthood, and can now officially be called "Venerable" by faithful around the world. Announced in a Nov. 9 communique from the Vatican, the Pope's decision to green light the cause was made the day before, during a Nov. 8 meeting with Cardinal Angelo Amato, Prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints.


  14. Flynn: Heroic veterans are all around usRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | Boston Herald

    During a recent visit to Catholic Memorial High School in West Roxbury, I shared with an outstanding group of students a particularly fond memory that I like to relay around Veterans Day in the hopes of highlighting the sacrifice that many of our brave service members made for their country. After listening to the students, who were eager to tell me how proud they were to volunteer to feed the poor and military veterans, I told them what an honor it was to visit a series of sacred military cemeteries with the pope, the president and other world leaders while serving as U.S. ambassador to the Vatican.


  15. Book helps John Paul I move closer to sainthoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | The Courier

    Pope Francis has moved Pope John Paul I -- the pope who reigned for only 33 days in 1978 -- a step closer to possible sainthood just days after the Vatican endorsed a new book debunking decades of conspiracy theories about his sudden death. The Vatican said Thursday that Francis signed a decree declaring that John Paul I had lived a life of heroic virtue.


  16. Pope blasts short-sighted human activity for climate changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | The Gleaner

    Pope Francis addresses a delegation of Pacific leaders in the Clementine Hall, at the Vatican, yesterday. Francis met with a delegation of Pacific leaders and told them he shares their concerns about rising sea levels and increasingly intense storms that are threatening their small islands.


  17. Mother Teresa's Secret Billions and a Vatican Seminary Rampant with ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | TheDailyBeast.com

    ... who he says are so powerful they have blocked some of Francis's reforms and who were instrumental in Pope Benedict XVI's decision to retire, essentially pushing him out of office. But the most troubling revelation in the book is one that Nuzzi ...


  18. Well Met: Gala ball theme just heavenlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | Independent.ie

    ... Cartier in Sister Act. Hoop earrings and religious cowl were a surprising yet solid style combination. * Pope Benedict XVI - Probably my favourite papal dresser of all time. His love of lipstick red loafers and Saturno hats resulted in Esquire ...


  19. Pope reaffirms conscience as heresy debate divides churchRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | Manhattan Mercury

    Pope Francis on Saturday reaffirmed the "primacy" of using one's conscience to navigate tough moral questions in his first comments since he was publicly accused of spreading heresy by emphasizing conscience over hard and fast Catholic rules. Francis issued a video message to a conference organized by Italian bishops on his controversial 2016 document on family life, "The Joy of Love."


  20. Pope should not meddle in secular affairsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | Yuma Sun

    Jesus was legally tried, convicted and sentenced to capital punishment on the cross. Christians believe it was God's plan that His son should die for mankind's sins, then rise from death to prove that redemption is possible for all sinners.