Friday, November 22, 2013

Five Things To Remember On Nov. 22

1. Today, the country looks back at the legacy of John F. Kennedy on the country and his death on this day 50 years ago. All week long we've featured this series of blogs where scholars talk about JFK's impact on politics, society and Catholicism in the U.S.

2. Catholic News Service looks back at JFK's death in this moving video.

3. Indianapolis Bishop Christopher Coyne, who is also on Twitter, will present two sessions today at the National Catholic Youth Conference about powering down to power up. The technologically-saavy bishop should have a lot to share with the NYYC attendees. Live streaming of other sessions is happening as well.

4. Pope Francis has emphasized the importance of church during his papacy and today's Gospel reading allowed him to reflect on the reasons we go there.

5. God loves you.

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