Msgr. Berg selected Fort Worth Diocese’s Administrator ~ 

Mons. Berg es seleccionado como el Administrador Diocesano de Fort Worth

North Texas Catholic
December 13, 2012

Monsignor Stephen J. Berg, former vicar general of the diocese, was elected Diocesan Administrator by the diocesan College of Consultors, and confirmed by Archbishop Carlo Vigano, Apostolic Nuncio to the United States, on Dec. 13.

El Monseñor Stephen J. Berg, ex Vicario General de la diócesis, fue seleccionado como el Administrador Diocesano por el Colegio de Consultores de la Diócesis, lo que fue confirmado por el Arzobispo Carlo Viganò, Nuncio Apostólico a los Estados Unidos, el 13 de diciembre.

Volunteer's special touch helps others live, and die, peacefully

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Catholic News Service
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CROFTON, Md. (CNS) -- Watching staff members' failed attempts to roll out sugar cookie dough, Trevor Lanham became convinced he was the most capable cook in the room.

 

Despite evil, human beings are hard-wired for peace, pope says

By Carol Glatz
Catholic News Service

January 3, 2013

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Welcoming in the new year, Pope Benedict XVI said that despite the injustice and violence in the world, every human being yearns for and is made for peace.

 

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By Kathy Cribari Hamer
North Texas Catholic

January 03, 2013

Her name was Catherine Fabiola Proudfoot, and I will never forget her.

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40 years after Roe v. Wade, pro-life movement strengthens its resolve

By Carol Zimmermann
Catholic News Service
January 07, 2013

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Forty years after the U.S. Supreme Court legalized abortions, the pro-life movement hasn't stepped back in its resolve to see the decision reversed.

 

Migration Week brings revived interest in letter, push for legislation

By Patricia Zapor
Catholic News Service
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WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The Catholic Church's observance of National Migration Week Jan. 6-12 this year comes at a time when the outlook seems promising for improving migrants' legal situations in the United States.

 

Advent is time to renew faith, bring God's love to others, pope says

By Cindy Wooden
Catholic News Service

 December 5, 2012

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Advent's liturgical preparation for Christmas calls Christians to renew their faith in the reality of God's great love and to make a commitment to bringing his love to the world today, Pope Benedict XVI said.

 

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