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Hello, today is Thursday, September 8, 2022

FEATURED


After twenty years, LA’s Cathedral feels like home

“It’s home. I think anyone who comes here, regardless of where they come from or who they are, can get that sense, that feeling that this is their home as well.”
By Pablo Kay, Angelus News

ARTS & CULTURE


Marshall McLuhan’s Catholic media vision

By Nick Ripatrazone, Angelus News

VOICES


Disarmed and dangerous

By Father Ronald Rolheiser, OMI, Angelus News

NATION


Omaha archdiocese to delay and revise new gender identity policy

By Jonah McKeown, Catholic News Agency

VATICAN


Pope: International law has been violated, nuclear risks worsened with war

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service

WHAT WE'RE READING TODAY


God's mailman: Blessed John Paul always delivered Gospel with a smile

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service
 

Vatican Library invites world's scholars to read, contribute to new journal

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service
 

Debate over whether ‘morning-after pill’ can cause abortion at heart of Catholic nurse’s lawsuit

By Edie Heipel, Catholic News Agency
 

Glowing tributes paid to Mother Teresa in India on 25th anniversary of her death

By Anto Akkara, National Catholic Register
 

Dominican Sisters’ COVID-19 art exhibit memorializes pandemic deaths

By Gabriella Patti, Catholic News Service

Years before becoming an archbishop and later a cardinal, then-Bishop Roger Mahony had a front seat to a special moment in history. Then an auxiliary bishop in Fresno, Mahony arrived in Rome with 23 other American bishops for a month-long study and renewal program in Aug. 1978 just as Pope John Paul I was elected to the papacy. The group of bishops attended every one of the public events of the month-long pontificate and even met with the pope. After his death on Sept. 28, 1978, the U.S. bishops were asked to form an honor guard to accompany the pope’s body from the Vatican’s papal apartments to St. Peter’s Basilica. Here, Bishop Mahony is pictured holding a candle during the procession. Pope John Paul I was declared “blessed” last Sunday, Sept. 4 by Pope Francis. (Submitted photo/Cardinal Roger Mahony)

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