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By ELPASO, Texas (CNS) -- The Diocese of El Paso has scrapped plans for a border Mass that would have taken place at the same time as the closing Mass of Pope Francis'visit to Mexico in February.However,the Feb. 17 papal Mass at the fairgrounds in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, across theborder from El Paso, is still going to take place as scheduled.ElizabethO'Hara, a spokeswoman for the El Paso Diocese, said security concerns over thesize of the anticipated crowd for a U.S.-based Mass taking place at the sametime as the Juarez Mass prompted the change in plans."Thepope is still considered a head of state," O'Hara told Catholic News ServiceJan. 13. The Juarez fairgrounds where the closing Mass of Pope Francis' Feb. 12-17 visitwill be held is about a quarter-mile from the U.S.-Mexico border."Itbecame apparent that we didn't know how many people we could potentially houseon the border, which posed a safety risk to those in attendance," O'Haraadded in a Jan. 13 email.BishopMark J. Seitz had an...
Vatican City, Jan 13, 2016 / 04:13 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The influential Cardinal Oscar Maradiaga has acknowledged the presence of a “gay lobby” in the Vatican. In a new interview, he says that Pope Francis has adopted a gradual approach to address it – and that Catholic teaching won’t change.The Honduran newspaper El Heraldo asked the cardinal whether there actually was an attempted or successful “infiltration of the gay community in the Vatican.”Cardinal Maradiaga responded: “Not only that, also the Pope said: there was even a ‘lobby’ in this sense.”“Little by little the Pope is trying to purify it,” he continued. “One can understand them, and there is pastoral legislation to attend to them, but what is wrong cannot be truth.”Cardinal Maradiaga is the Archbishop of Tegucigalpa, Nicaragua and the coordinator of the Council of Cardinals who advise Pope Francis on the reform of the Curia.HIs interview,...
Vatican City, Jan 13, 2016 / 04:04 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- As things are picking up around the Vatican in the new year, anticipation is buzzing over the release of Pope Francis’ document on the conclusions of the 2014 and 2015 synod of bishops on the family.Expectations are soaring as to how the Pope will address the major, hot-button issues brought up in the two-year discussion, the biggest of were access to communion for divorced and civilly remarried Catholics, as well as a change in the Church’s stance toward homosexuality.The Pope is expected to release a final document on the conclusions of the synods sometime this spring.In a Dec. 29 interview with L’Osservatore Romano’s Italian edition, the Secretary General of the Synod of Bishops, Cardinal Lorenzo Baldisseri, confirmed that the document will take the traditional form of an apostolic exhortation.Though the exact date has not been announced, sources close to CNA say the document will be published in Marc...
Have you ever prayed a bargain prayer? I have! My first recollection of a bargain prayer (although I'm sure it wasn't my first one) was in 7th grade...
LOS MOCHIS, Mexico (AP) -- At 4:40 a.m. in a central neighborhood of the Pacific coast city of Los Mochis, 17 Mexican marines began their assault on a safe house thinking there was a good chance Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was inside. The operation was dubbed "black swan."...
BURNS, Ore. (AP) -- The leader of a small, armed group occupying a national wildlife refuge in southeastern Oregon said Monday he and his followers are going through government documents stored inside refuge buildings....
DETROIT (AP) -- After a few years of Detroit domination, two foreign automakers nabbed 2016 North American Car and Truck/Utility of the Year honors....
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- The latest developments from the College Football Playoff national championship game between Clemson and Alabama (all times local):...
ISTANBUL (AP) -- A suicide bomber affiliated with the Islamic State group detonated a bomb in a historic district of Istanbul popular with tourists Tuesday morning, killing at least 10 people - nine of them German tourists - and wounding 15 others, Turkish officials said....
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