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St. Louis, Mo., Jan 8, 2016 / 03:03 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- A massive cleanup is left for those whose homes were in the path of one of the worst floods in the St. Louis area in over two decades.“I have been fervently praying for those suffering due to the recent flooding in our city and state. As our region watched the flood waters rise to record heights, so too did we see the damage, loss, and suffering increase,” Archbishop Robert J. Carlson of St. Louis said in a Jan. 7 statement.More than 10 inches of rain fell on the St. Louis area over three days starting on Dec. 26, 2015 the Associated Press reported. At least 15 people in Missouri, and 10 in Illinois, were killed due to the flooding. Thousands were forced to leave their homes and only recently were they able to return and begin the cleanup process – if their homes were still standing.“We mourn for those who lost their lives. We know that many homes full of memories have been destroyed. Photos, heirlooms,...
Madison, Wis., Jan 8, 2016 / 03:03 am (CNA/EWTN News).- When Bishop Robert Morlino arrived as the new bishop for the Diocese of Madison, Wis. in 1993, he began quietly encouraging priests to promote more reverence towards the Blessed Sacrament – through more adoration, more reverent Masses, and moving tabernacles back to the center of churches.Now, he's made it official. Bishop Morlino has asked his priests to make sure every tabernacle is moved to the center of each church behind the altar by 2018.“Obviously the reason is because he wants to reiterate that this is the living God residing in the tabernacle,” Patrick Gorman, director of the Office of Worship for the Madison diocese, told CNA.“This isn't just another piece of furniture which can go anywhere, this is the house of the living God and we want to have that in a prominent place where people can pray before it whenever they want.”In the wake of Vatican II, many churches in Madison and th...
Juarez, Mexico, Jan 8, 2016 / 02:42 am (CNA/EWTN News).- With Pope Francis set to visit the Mexican city of Juarez Feb. 17, some crime victims are telling their stories of loss – and talking about the healing power of faith.“That the Pope would give his attention to a city so struck by violence is hopeful,” said Juarez resident Erika Graciela Acosta Campos.Erika spoke in a video released by the Diocese of Juarez. She said the Pope’s upcoming visit makes her feel that “I’m not alone, somebody is suffering along with me…somebody realizes I’m hurting or that it’s hard.”Because of the Pope’s visit, she knows that “someone so important is taking notice or is taking into consideration these feelings I have.”Erika’s father was killed by armed men during the robbery of the family’s grocery store. The store was located in their family home.The young woman, now a married mother of a two-month-old baby, ...
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis said on Friday that the embrace of God’s love has the power to silence all our sins, no matter how many. He stressed that not all love comes from God but He is the true love. The Pope’s words came during his homily at the morning Mass celebrated in the Santa Marta residence.Taking his cue from the gospel reading from the letter of John the Apostle, Pope Francis’s homily was a reflection on the different meanings of the word 'love' and the two most important commandments for a Christian: to love God and to love our neighbour.“This word ‘love’ is a word that is used so many times and when we use it we don’t know exactly what it means. What is love? Sometimes we can think of the love in the soap operas but that doesn’t appear to be love. Or else love can seem like having a crush on a person but then it fades away. Where does true love come from? Whoever loves has been created by God because God is lo...
(Vatican Radio) Vatican Weekend for January 10, 2016 features our reflection on the Sunday Gospel for the Baptism of the Lord presented by Jill Bevilacqua and a bird's eye view of the past week in the Vatican presented by Joan Lewis, EWTN bureau chief here in Rome.A programme presented and produced by Veronica Scarisbrick:  
(Vatican Radio) Vatican Weekend for January 9, 2016 features Leo XIII’s 'Rerum Novarum, the Catholic Church’s first social encyclical, a reflection by the title of 'What do you think is worth writing to God about?'. In the second part of the programme we delve into scripture by bringing you a potted history of King Solomon and for the series ‘Terribly English: that’s why they came to Rome' we shine the spotlight on the figure of George Eliot.A programme presented and produced by Veronica Scarisbrick:     
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- The United States, South Korea and Japan agreed to launch a "united and strong" international response to North Korea's apparent fourth nuclear test, as experts scrambled Thursday to find more details about the detonation that drew worldwide skepticism and condemnation....
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- The latest on North Korea's announcement that it conducted a hydrogen bomb test Wednesday (all times Seoul):...
HONG KONG (AP) -- Chinese stocks nosedived on Thursday, triggering the second daylong trading halt of the week and sending other Asian markets sharply lower as investor jitters rippled across the region....
HEMPSTEAD, Texas (AP) -- A Texas state trooper who arrested Sandra Bland after a contentious traffic stop last summer was fired Wednesday after being charged with perjury for allegedly lying about his confrontation with the black woman who died three days later in jail....
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