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Vol. 90 No. 27 January 2, 2013

 

Christmas Eve moon (Photo by Gerald Schmitz)


Diocesan News

 

Remembrance service held for 28 killed in Newtown

Signs pointed the way for new bishop of Qu'Appelle

New bishop familiar with challenges

School raises funds with gingerbread houses

Zabawa dies peacefully

Venue changed for archbishop's annual levee

Programs to enhance Catholic teaching

Visitation House has Christmas party

 

 

 


Canadian News

 

Genocide finds its roots in hatred

Vatican II liturgy emphasizes Jesus' real presence

LIfe issues, religious freedom dominate news in 2012

 

 

 


International News

Pope visits butler in jail, personally delivers pardon

Movement on sainthood cause for Dorothy Day met with mix of emotions

RNS year in review


Faith

 

In Exile

Liturgy and Life

Breaking Open the Ordinary

 

 


Commentary and Features

 

Around the Kitchen Table

Reverencing the Earth

Others are saying:

The top five under-covered Vatican stories of 2012

A new inquisition: the Vatican targets U.S. nuns

Küng still resists the 'Roman Inquisition'

Swiss abbot makes fiery appeal for church reform

On gay marriage

 

 


Arts and Culture

 

Screenings and Meanings

Is The Hobbit a ‘Christian’ film? Yes and no

Toibin’s Mary is far from meek and mild

CNS Movie Reviews

Poetry

Meditation

 

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