Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Five Things To Remember On Oct. 14

1. Cardinal Peter Erdő, presented the synod's mid-term report outlining the main questions highlighted over the past week of General Congregations which will now be examined in by the bishops, fraternal delegates, auditors and experts in the ‘minor circles’ or small working groups.

2. Bishop Howard J. Hubbard served as bishop of Albany, New York, from 1977-2014. At the time of his retirement, he was the last remaining bishop appointed by Pope Paul VI heading a U.S. diocese. He shares how Paul VI shaped his ministry on our blog. Pope Paul will be beatified this Sunday, October 19.

3. Here are seven things Paul VI did before Pope Francis made it cool.

4. Archbishop Carlson of St. Louis says violence is not an answer to racism in Ferguson, Missouri.

5. God loves you.

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