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What is the Assumption of Mary?

Welcome to “Frequently Asked Questions about the Catholic Faith”. In this episode, our question is, “What is the Feast of the Assumption of Mary, the Blessed Mother?” The Feast of the Assumption is the Catholic belief that the Blessed Mother, the mother of Jesus, was assumed or taken up into Heaven body and soul. Her… Read More »

Gregorian Chant Catholic Sacred Medieval to read Hamlet (in caps)

THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, PRINCE OF DENMARK ACT I SCENE I. Elsinore. A platform before the Castle. Enter Francisco and Barnardo, two sentinels. BARNARDO. Who’s there? FRANCISCO. Nay, answer me. Stand and unfold yourself. BARNARDO. Long live the King! FRANCISCO. Barnardo? BARNARDO. He. FRANCISCO. You come most carefully upon your hour. BARNARDO. ’Tis now struck… Read More »

I Will Celebrate – Liwanag’s Music Min. [Et Twenty-Thirteen]

I will celebrate Sing unto the Lord Sing to the Lord a new song I will celebrate Sing unto the Lord Sing to the Lord a new song With my heart rejoicing within With my mind focused on Him With my hands raised to the heavens All I am worshiping Him I will celebrate Sing… Read More »

Every Roman Catholic Must See This!

First of all I always like to tell folk I’m not giving this testimony because I have any ill feeling in my heart toward the Roman Catholic people. I couldn’t be a Christian if I still had bitterness in my heart. God delivered me from all bitterness and strife and delivered me out of all… Read More »

What is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)?

Mass layoffs and record profits at the same time, manager salaries, scarcity of natural resources and imminent climate catastrophe, morally questionable advertising, child labor, corporate fraud, financial crisis and the “Occupy Wall Street” movement … These are just a few examples you may have heard about under the topics of sustainability business ethics or corporate… Read More »

Half of Rotorua offenders breached their community service sentence

Figures released by the Ministry of Justice show that nearly half of those sentenced to community work in Rotorua have breached their sentence. Of the 900 plus sentenced to community work in the past year, 452 breached their sentences. Louis Te Kani of Moana Law says there are many issues with regard to why this… Read More »

2011 Dodge Lecture – Food Systems, Famines & Human Rights 9/27/2011 – Olivier De Schutter

Welcome everyone my name is Bob Lawrence, I direct the Center for a Livable Future and I’m really delighted that you’re all here for the eleventh by Edward and Nancy Dodge lecture we’ve had a distinguished group of people come over the years and today we are adding another wonderful jewel to that crown of… Read More »

Married priests question raises fears of Church split

Married priests question raises fears of Church split Vatican City AFP An idea to fill empty pulpits in remote locations by allowing married men to become priests is bitterly dividing a Vatican assembly, with critics warning the emotive issue could fracture the Catholic Church. The hot button topic of whether an exception can be made… Read More »