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5000 pilgrims walk from Chicago to Marian shrine in Indiana

Pilgrimages are little lives.  We encounter people, who have their own issues and goals.  We find out things about ourselves.  We have our faces set towards the goal.  There are hardships.
I saw this at nwi.com:
Polish Catholic pilgrims march across Northwest … Continue reading

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Help a parish in Indiana devastated by tornado – UPDATE

I had an UPDATE from Fr. Shaun Wittington of St. John’s Catholic Church, in Osgood, IN which was devastated by a recent storm.
Dear Friends in Christ,
Tonight has to be brief — today was the first day of carrying two cell … Continue reading

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A lesson in how groups work to politicize the Notre Shame controversy

On the blog Ten Reasons I learned of the following.
I had posted about "Catholic Democrats" here.   This is a group that sets polling over doctrine.
Now something is brewing in Ohio.
First, we look at this story in the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Archbishop … Continue reading

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