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08/8/2017

 

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news for August 8, 2017

  • Former Archbishop of Milan, Cardinal Dionigi Tettamanzi, passes away
  • Pope Francis to visit Myanmar?
  • Vatican calls on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to respect nation's current constitution
  • Pope Francis offers condolences to victims and survivors of deadly shooting during Mass in Ozubulu, Nigeri
  • Irish Augustinian priests and American Catholic community in Rome work out housing deal 
08/4/2017

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news for August 4, 2017

  • Supreme Knight Carl Anderson announced that Knights of Columbus were pledging to raise 2 million dollars to assist Christian families in returning to their homes in Iraq
  • Iraqi forces reclaim Mosul from ISIS
  • Archbishop of Detroit Allen Vigneron presided over private exhumation service of soon-to-be-beatified Capuchin priest Father Solanus Casey
  • Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli and a choir of 60 children from the poorest areas of Haiti sing after Pope Francis' general audience

 

07/28/2017

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news for July 28, 2017

  • Pope Francis to launch "Share the Journey" campaign
  • Hispanic-owned retailer Goya Foods donated ten thousand pounds of food to Catholic Charities of Boston in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Puerto Rican festival of Massachusetts
  • Nearly 500 young people from around the world joined 1,000 Maronite Catholic youths from Lebanon for World Maronite Youth Days
  • Federal Communications Commission has approved the merger of Relevant Radio and Immaculate Heart Radio

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Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news for November 10, 2017

  • At the general audience this past week in St. Peter’s Square, Pope Francis began a new series of talks on the Mass
  • At a news conference at the U.S. Capitol, Rep. Chris Smith of New Jersey, who co-chairs the Bipartisan Congressional Pro-Life Caucus, made another push for passage of the Conscience Protection Act
  • His pontificate only lasted 33 days, but Pope John Paul I has begun the long process on the path to sainthood
  • Pope Francis will be ending the sale of cigarettes in Vatican City State in 2018
  • The excitement is building in Detroit and surrounding areas as they prepare for the upcoming beatification Mass of Capuchin Franciscan Father Solanus Casey

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