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If only the Archbishop of Canterbury dared to speak with a fraction of Benedict's authority Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1313

Stephen Glover reports in the Daily Mail:
If only the Archbishop of Canterbury dared to speak with a fraction of Benedict's authority

By Stephen Glover
Last updated at 7:47 AM on 20th September 2010

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Only a few days ago we were being assured by many voices on the BBC that Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to Britain might well turn out to be a damp squib.

It was widely predicted that few would turn out to see him.

Some even suggested that protests against the heinous crimes of child abuse in the Roman Catholic Church might so dominate and disfigure his visit that there would be no room for the Pope to talk about anything else, or for us to listen.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1313493/POPES-VISIT-If-Archbishop-Canterbury-spoke-authority.html#ixzz103ZoZIva

In the event, the crowds were larger than had been forecast, if not as big as they were when the charismatic Pope John Paul II came to this country 28 years ago.

Particularly notice…

Coleen goes on tour... to Lourdes:

The Daily Mail reports: On Saturday, wearing matching hoodies with their initials, Mrs Rooney and her parents, who are practising Catholics, took her ten-month-old son Kai to the holy site in south-west France, as part of a group.

Friends said the Manchester United player’s wife planned to bring back bottles of holy water for Rosie, 12, who has an incurable brain disorder, Rett Syndrome. Catholics believe the town’s natural springs have healing powers.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1313497/Coleen-Rooneys-Catholic-family-join-forces-pray-sister-Rosie.html#ixzz103XhwYFG

God Bless you and your family Coleen and may Rosie be healed.

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The Godless Delusion

Patrick Madrid has a new book out called The Godless Delusion written with Kenneth Hensley.

A Catholic Challenge to Modern Atheism [Paperback] Copies can be found on Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com for USA. Have a look at Madrid's blog regarding the atheist feedback for this book- very funny. http://patrickmadrid.blogspot.com/

PATRICK MADRID (www.patrickmadrid.com) is a life-long Catholic. The author of many books on Catholic themes, he is the director of the Envoy Institute of Belmont Abbey College (www.envoyinstitute.net) and, since its inception in 1996, the publisher of the organization's flagship journal, Envoy Magazine.

Stephen Hawking is wrong

Professor John Lennox has a book out: God's Undertaker: Has science Buried God? by John Lennox is out now (Lion Hudson, £8.99).

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1308599/Stephen-Hawking-wrong-You-explain-universe-God.html#ixzz0yyYKDcCw

He has written a piece for the Daily Mail in response to Stephen Hawkin's claim that God did not make the Universe - which seems a rather outlandish and even arrogant claim. Professor John says: ... as both a scientist and a Christian, I would say that Hawking's claim is misguided. He asks us to choose between God and the laws of physics, as if they were necessarily in mutual conflict.

But contrary to what Hawking claims, physical laws can never provide a complete explanation of the universe. Laws themselves do not create anything, they are merely a description of what happens under certain conditions.

What Hawking appears to have done is to confuse law with agency. His call on us to choose between God and physics is a bit li…

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Saint Joanna

Pope Benedict encourages everyone to have devotion to a particular saint, maybe our namesake.

The Holy Father said that it is important "to have 'travel companions' on the journey of our Christian life: I am thinking of a spiritual director, a confessor, persons with whom we can share the experience of faith, but I am also thinking of the Virgin Mary and of the saints."

"Each one," he said, "should have a saint that is familiar to him, to whom he feels close with prayer and intercession, but also to imitate him or her. Hence, I would like to invite you to know the saints better, beginning with the one whose name you bear, by reading his life, his writings. You can be certain that they will become good guides to love the Lord ever more and valid aids for your human and Christian growth."

Saint Joanna was one of the women associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth, often considered to be one of the disciples. In the Bible, she is one of …