A Thanksgiving pro-life story: the archbishop and the adoption

Enjoy this beautiful Thanksgiving story courtesy of Wisconsin Right to Life’s “Pass This On” series: When a Wisconsin mother learns that her unborn daughter is disabled, her doctor pressures her to abort her and ease the stress on their family, which already cares for a severely disabled child.  But with miraculous help from future New York Archbishop (and USCCB President-to-be) Timothy Dolan, the mother chooses life – and makes an infertile couple’s dreams come true.
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Why are so many of the professional jobs in the Church held by dissidents?

Writing in the pages of the Catholic Register this week, Fr. Raymond J. de Souza makes a very interesting observation and commentary on one of the reflections of the Pope in the new book “Light of the World.” Speaking of the governing institutions in the Church, Pope Benedict said “The bureaucracy is spent and tired … It is sad that there are what you might call professional Catholics who make a living on their Catholicism, but in whom the spring of faith flows only faintly, in a few scattered drops.” Commenting on the Pope’s remark, Fr. de Souza observes: It […]
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