Newsworthy

  • CRS’ Operation Rice Bowl Starts Ash Wednesday, March 9

    February 15th, 2011

    Your Lenten sacrifice can make a huge difference!   Operation Rice Bowl, Catholic Relief Services annual Lenten program starts Ash Wednesday, March 9, 2011.  Each Lent, millions of Catholics from schools and parishes from more than 12,000 communities across the United States participate in this national program to raise awareness of global hunger and poverty. &… read more »

  • Catholic Cemeteries Offering Eco-Friendly Option

    February 15th, 2011

    Catholic Cemeteries Offering Eco-Friendly Option Green Burials Emerge as Growing Trend By: Andrew P. Schafer, Executive Director, Catholic Cemeteries, Archdiocese of Newark   The term ‘Going Green’ has gained national attention over the past several years as natural, eco-friendly alternatives to everyday living have become more and more popular. … read more »

  • Truth & Life Dramatized New Testament Audio Bible is now available!

    February 14th, 2011

    Truth & Life Dramatized New Testament Audio Bible is now available in Catholic book and gift stores throughout the country.  Co-produced by EWTN's Raymond Arroyo and Falcon Picture Group President Carl Amari, the Truth & Life Audio New Testament Bible elegantly combines sound effects, an original music score, and performances by internationally … read more »

  • Travel Opportunity

    February 10th, 2011

    Hollywood Actor Offers Open InvitationTo Travel With Him To Spain Photo from Photos.comEduardo Verastegui, Hollywood actor and producer, Latino Superstar and Humanitarian Activist, is offering an open invitation for anyone wishing to travel with him and his non-profit organization, Manto De Guadalpe,as they attend World Youth Day with Pope Benedict XVI in … read more »

  • Common Sense

    February 8th, 2011

    Common Sense February 1937, page 1 Photo from Photos.com   Many Catholics seem to think that liturgical renewal was an idea that the Second Vatican Council came up with all by itself. Actually, Vatican II’s Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy was just one important step in a liturgical movement that grew, with papal approval, in the nineteenth and … read more »