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  • Amid Zika fears, Latin American nations discourage childbearing : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    Church Fathers Most Collection Free eBooks Connect Home On Facebook On Twitter eNewsletters Site Tour Web Widgets Feeds Contact Us Advertise Subscribe Login Donate News Home Important Popular Week Month Archives About CWN Catholic World News Amid Zika fears Latin American nations discourage childbearing February 01 2016 The spread of the Zika virus the mosquito borne virus that can lead to brain damage in infants has led the government of El Salvador to urge women not to have children until 2018 Officials in Colombia Ecuador and Jamaica are also advising women to avoid pregnancy The New York Times and BBC reported The spread of Zika has been an occasion for renewed media attacks on Catholic teaching on contraception and abortion References El Salvador s Advice on Zika Virus Don t Have Babies The New York Times Zika Virus CDC Zika s greatest ally is human intransigence The Guardian Q A Abortion rules in Zika affected countries BBC Why Latin American Women Can t Follow the Zika Advice to Avoid Pregnancy Time Sound Off CatholicCulture org supporters weigh in All comments are moderated To lighten our editing burden only current donors are allowed to Sound Off If you are a donor

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  • Cardinal Nichols: value-free education leaves teens susceptible to terrorist recruitment : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    769 to go Catholic World News Cardinal Nichols value free education leaves teens susceptible to terrorist recruitment February 01 2016 In a lengthy address to Catholic secondary school leaders Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster warned that a values free education that emphasizes student choice has been adolescents susceptible to Islamic State recruitment Many have reached the age of 14 without a firm basis of values or beliefs by which they can steer their lives or against which they can rebel he said on January 28 In their formal upbringing many have been presented only with fleeting guidance couched always in the tones of choice you must decide what you think is right or wrong for you you must choose your identity Cardinal Nichols called upon school leaders to emphasize the framework of vocation rooted in a relationship with Jesus and negotiating all the phases of students emerging lives within the strength of that bond and all it entails The degree to which you achieve this as many of you do is the degree to which our schools will never be sending into the world clean skins ready to be seduced by a corrupt and inhuman ideology or by any other lesser versions of violence and degrading inhumanity that stalk our streets and our world today the prelate added At the center of it all is Jesus indeed our Savior in Him we put our trust References CATSC CES Secondary Leaders Conference Diocese of Westminster Sound Off CatholicCulture org supporters weigh in All comments are moderated To lighten our editing burden only current donors are allowed to Sound Off If you are a donor log in to see the comment form otherwise please support our work and Sound Off Show 1 Comments Hidden Hide Comments Posted by rik92vin8086 Feb 01 2016

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  • 8 persons named to pontifical healthcare commission : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    of State has appointed the president and seven members of the recently created Pontifical Commission for the Activities of Public Juridical Persons of the Church in the Healthcare Sector Stating the commission will focus initially on the Italian situation the Holy See Press Office said on January 30 that Msgr Luigi Mistò the secretary of the administrative section of the Secretariat for the Economy will serve as the body s president The members of the commission appointed for three year terms are Father Carmine Arice an official of the Italian Episcopal Conference Carlo Cardia an Italian canon law professor Mariella Enoc of Bambino Gesù Hospital Vladi Lumina an expert in the patrimonial sector Msgr Jean Marie Mate Musivi Mupendawatu secretary of the Pontifical Council for Pastoral Assistance to Health Care Workers Enrico Zampedri director of the Agostino Gemelli University Polyclinic Sister Annunziata Remossi an official of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life Sister Remossi will serve as the commission s secretary References Comunicato della Sala Stampa della Santa Sede Designazione dei componenti della Pontificia Commissione per le attività del settore sanitario delle persone giuridiche pubbliche della Chiesa 30 01 2016 Holy See Press Office

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  • Pope mourns death of Domus Sanctae Marthae worker : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    Home Important Popular Week Month Archives About CWN Catholic World News Pope mourns death of Domus Sanctae Marthae worker February 01 2016 Following his special January 30 jubilee audience Pope Francis spoke with the pilgrims gathered in St Peter s Square about his residence Domus Sanctae Marthae It is a residence he explained that he shares with 40 bishops and priests who work in the Curia as well as a place where prelates stay as they travel to Rome The men and women who work at Domus Sanctae Marthae are part of our family and one employee Elvira has died after a long illness leaving behind a husband and children I invite you today to do two works of mercy to pray for the dead and console the afflicted he said as he asked the pilgrims to pray a Hail Mary for her soul Following his greetings to various organizations represented in St Peter s Square Pope Francis asked the sick and newlyweds to seek the intercession of St John Bosco whose feast was celebrated the following day References Jubilee Audience 2016 01 30 YouTube Vatican L Udienza Giubilare 30 01 2016 Holy See Press Office Sound Off CatholicCulture org

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  • Pope calls for prayers for those who suffer from leprosy : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    10 is as good as 1 000 Help set a new record for the number of gifts this month Goal 1 000 769 to go Catholic World News Pope calls for prayers for those who suffer from leprosy February 01 2016 At the conclusion of his January 31 Angelus address Pope Francis asked those gathered in St Peter s Square to pray for those who suffer from leprosy Today we celebrate World Leprosy Day the Pope said This disease despite being in regression unfortunately still affects the poorest and most marginalized It s important to maintain solidarity with these brothers and sisters left incapacitated after this illness We assure them of our prayers and we assure our support to those who help them The Pope also acknowledged the presence of young pilgrims from Catholic Action who had brought balloons as part of their Caravan of Peace initiative I encourage you to be instruments of peace and mercy among your peers he said References Angelus Domini 2016 01 31 YouTube Vatican Le parole del Papa alla recita dell Angelus 31 01 2016 Holy See Press Office Angelus Address On God Coming to Meet Us Zenit Ancient fears of leprosy are no

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  • New prelate to be named to lead tiny Byzantine Catholic community in Greece? : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    Web Widgets Feeds Contact Us Advertise Subscribe Login Donate News Home Important Popular Week Month Archives About CWN Catholic World News New prelate to be named to lead tiny Byzantine Catholic community in Greece February 01 2016 The Vatican will soon name a Benedictine monk to head the Byzantine rite Greek Catholic Church according to Vatican journalist Sandro Magister of L Espresso That appointment would be sure to draw protests from the Orthodox Church in Greece Father Manuel Nin a theologian and rector of the Pontifical Greek College in Rome will be named the new apostolic exarch of the tiny Byzantine Catholic community Magister reports There are only three Byzantine Catholic parishes in Greece most of the faithful are Ukrainians or Chaldeans rather than Greek natives Since the 1970s Magister notes Orthodox leaders have been expecting the Vatican to appoint a pastor who is not a bishop as leader of the Eastern Catholics in Greece Their hope has been consistently disappointed Magister writes and soon will be once again References News From the Eastern Front Pan Orthodox Council in Crete While in Athens L Espresso Sound Off CatholicCulture org supporters weigh in All comments are moderated To lighten our editing

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  • Vermont diocese to open on-line Catholic high school : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    On Twitter eNewsletters Site Tour Web Widgets Feeds Contact Us Advertise Subscribe Login Donate News Home Important Popular Week Month Archives About CWN Catholic World News Vermont diocese to open on line Catholic high school February 01 2016 The diocese of Burlington Vermont plans to open an on line Catholic high school for the next academic year the National Catholic Register reports The new school which will offer courses through the internet without a classroom building is only the 2nd such institution established by a Catholic diocese in the US The Archdiocese of Miami Florida opened an online school in 2013 References Vermont Diocese to Launch Digital Catholic High School National Catholic Register Sound Off CatholicCulture org supporters weigh in All comments are moderated To lighten our editing burden only current donors are allowed to Sound Off If you are a donor log in to see the comment form otherwise please support our work and Sound Off Show 1 Comments Hidden Hide Comments Posted by unum Feb 02 2016 10 54 AM ET USA It is refreshing to see the message of Our Lord to go and teach make disciples of all nations implemented in innovative ways The Catholics who

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  • Pope's prayer intentions for February 2016 : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    Connect Home On Facebook On Twitter eNewsletters Site Tour Web Widgets Feeds Contact Us Advertise Subscribe Login Donate News Home Important Popular Week Month Archives About CWN Action Alert SOLIDARITY MONTH 10 is as good as 1 000 Help set a new record for the number of gifts this month Goal 1 000 769 to go Catholic World News Pope s prayer intentions for February 2016 February 01 2016 The Vatican has released the prayer intentions of Pope Francis for February 2016 The Pope s universal intention is That we may take good care of creation a gift freely given cultivating and protecting it for future generations His intention for evangelization is That opportunities may increase for dialogue and encounter between the Christian faith and the peoples of Asia References Pope Francis prayer intentions for February Sound Off CatholicCulture org supporters weigh in All comments are moderated To lighten our editing burden only current donors are allowed to Sound Off If you are a donor log in to see the comment form otherwise please support our work and Sound Off Show 1 Comments Hidden Hide Comments Posted by vjenkins78814 Feb 01 2016 10 52 PM ET USA Thank you for

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