Before you speak, it is necessary for you to listen,
for God speaks in the silence of the heart.
Remember, Lord, those who have died … especially the Reverend Father Joseph Charles Linck, whom today you have called to you from this life …”
The Catholic Underground is meeting this Saturday, September 6th, at
Our Lady of Good Council Church
230 East 90th Street
New York, NY 10128
7:30 – 10:30 p.m.
Parking: Parking garage available, $10 a night with Catholic Underground stamp
The musician for Saturday is Vince Scheuerman.
Some people would trash even the good name of the dead to get media attention on their agenda. In this case, it seems as though the homosexual lobbyists are trying to make more of a good friendship than what really was there. That is, questions about Cardinal Newman’s sexuality, that he was same sex attracted, are surfacing with the goal of derailing the process of beatification/canonization. London’s Daily Mail published an article questioning the facts and the Catholic News
The other day Bishop Patrick O’Donoghue of the Diocese of Lancaster, England, released a
92-page document which is seen as highly critical of the Church in England since the Second Vatican Council. The Catholic Herald carries the story.
Several areas of concern are addressed by Bishop O’Donoghue: hope in Christ, Vatican II, Catholic identity, the work of the Trinity in our lives and in the Church, the role
Today is the feast of the illustrious saint and pope, Gregory whom we call “the Great.” In his June 4th 2008 catechesis on Saint Gregory the Great, Pope Benedict said: