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New Catholic iPhone app ‘ignites’ Prayer Communities
It is designed to help Catholics deepen their faith by featuring a digital flame that grows and shrinks according to how much the user prays for friends, attends Mass or reads Scripture

Pope Benedict's Greetings on the Solemnity of All Saints
An ideal occasion to look beyond the horizon of earthly matters to the dimensions of God

Welcoming Migrants and Rejecting Racism
The Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant Peoples held a press conference in the Holy See Press Office

Monasteries are Indispensable to Modern Society
Their purpose today is to 'improve' the environment, in the sense that sometimes the air we breathe in our societies is unhealthy said the Pope

World day against the death penalty is marked
Today marks World Day Against the Death Penalty

Steve Jobs, Adoption and Abortion
Steve Jobs died after a lengthy and heroic fight against the cancer that took his life at age 56.

Appeal for Aid for Famine Victimis in the Horn of Africa
The Holy Father launched an appeal to the international community to help people suffering famine in the Horn of Africa.

Benedict XVI Reflects on His Apostolic Trip to Germany
During today's general audience, reflected on his recent apostolic trip to Germany, defining it as "a great feast of the faith" during which he had seen "how it is God Who gives our lives their deepest meaning, their true fullness"

Pope Benedict addresses the German Parliament
Man is not merely self-creating freedom. Man does not create himself

Pope Highlights importance of Freedom and Responsability
Benedict XVI begins the twenty-first international apostolic trip of his pontificate and his first State visit to Germany

Bearing Joyful Witness to the Truth of the Gospel
The Holy Father has sent a message to British Catholics to mark the first anniversary of his apostolic trip to the United Kingdom

Church and state: Why can't they be friends?
Pope Benedict XVI has made the dangers of secularism a major theme of his pontificate

Pope links British riots to ‘moral relativism’
Pope Benedict XVI linked last month’s riots in England to the corrosive effects of “moral relativism,” and warned that preserving social order requires government policies based on “enduring values”

Top news regarding de Pope’s visit to Madrid
Pope Benedict XVI's meetings

Cardinal to Youth in Madrid: WYD Is Decisive for Your Future
Says Young People Are Proclaiming Yes, Faith Is Possible

A Sensible Message for the Waiting Youth
The difficult situation of young people who are forced to live in an environment of “fluidity and uncertainty, like the one today,” will be the focus of Benedict XVI during WYD

Vocations Fair: Find Your Path
68 stands that will give you an up-close look at the Church’s movements and institutions

i Cat
iCat is meant to be a place where we can meet and share ideas about how Catholics can express their faith through social networking

EWTN To Air World’s Largest Youth Event
‘World Youth Day,’ With Pope Benedict,Live From Madrid, Spain August 16 to 21

Attack on the confessional
From Ireland to Australia, legislative proposals are being put forward, to force priests to break the sacramental seal when the penitent is a pedophile

Former Model says Young People Want more than What Pop Culture offers
Youth have a significant part to play in the transformation of our society

Preventing a 'spiritual Disneyland' in the Holy Land
By now, the threat facing Christianity in its birthplace has become depressingly clear.

Pope to meet with Kohl, Merkel during September visit to Germany
It also includes meetings with other politicians, as well as Jewish and Muslim leaders

For Philadelphia Archdiocese, a Powerful Conservative Voice
Before he was named on Tuesday to lead the prominent but troubled Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput spent the last 14 years in Denver establishing himself as one of the nation’s most prominent advocates of a politically engaged and conservative Catholicism

Vatican official exhorts Catholics to set aside Sundays for God and rest
Sundays remind us, in the weekly succession of time, of the day of Christ’s resurrection.

Bishops Oppose Mandatory Contraception and Sterilization Coverage
Pregnancy is not a disease, and fertility is not a pathological condition to be suppressed by any means technically possible,” said Cardinal Daniel DiNardo

Programme of the Pope´s Apostolic trip to Germany
The programme of Benedict XVI's apostolic trip to Germany, due to last from 22 to 25 September, was announced today.

The Evangelizing Mission in the Digital Era
“If the Church does not become aware of the cultural changes that are occurring due to the system of communications currently in use, we will have much difficulty evangelizing in the near future.”

Populorum Progressio: Focus on Indigenous Communities
The administrative council of the Populorum Progressio Foundation is due to meet from 19 to 22 July at the monastery of the Transfiguration at Castanhal

Fr. Lombardi editorial : Do not forget Somalia
The drought in the Horn of Africa has created a dramatic humanitarian emergency and the Somali people are its main victims


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