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Cindy Wooden
Rome Bureau Chief, Catholic News Service. Co-editor with of "A Pope Francis Lexicon."
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Cindy Wooden 1h
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I see what you mean, but I believe the entire article reflected what his source told him.
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La cupola nella nebbia d’autunno (foto di Gaetano Vallini)
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Cindy Wooden Nov 13
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Tornielli source says some passages of proposed bishops' code of conduct were judged "too generic" which could raise problems later; third-party reporting body described as a non-profit institution without a canonical or juridical identity
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Cindy Wooden Nov 13
Tornielli, citing source, says Vatican wasn't putting "brakes" on US bishops' action to respond to abuse, but asking them to take the time to improve texts drafted in haste.
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Cindy Wooden Nov 13
will visit Rabat and Casablanca, Morocco, March 30-31.
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Cindy Wooden Nov 13
names of Malta adjunct secretary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, the office which investigates abuse allegations. The Vatican says he will continue to serve as archbishop of Malta at the same time.
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Greg Erlandson Nov 12
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+DiNardo said the Congregation for Bishops was involved in the announcement today. They sent the letter to the U.S. bishops asking that there not be a vote on action items.
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Cindy Wooden Nov 12
Abp Pierre, Vatican nuncio to U.S., met Saturday with before the U.S. bishops were asked to delay vote on sex abuse response proposals. (VaticanMedia photo)
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Greg Erlandson Nov 12
+DiNardo has announced that the bishops will not be voting on the standards of episcopal conduct and the special commission for review of complaints against bishops. This comes at the request of the Holy See.
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Cindy Wooden Nov 10
Two days before members hold their general assembly, met at the Vatican with Archbishop Christophe Pierre, his nuncio to the US, who will speak at the meeting's opening Monday.
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Cindy Wooden Nov 9
The Irish ambassador to the Holy See will present his letters of credential to today.
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Cindy Wooden Nov 8
has recognized martyrdom of U.S. Christian Brother "Santiago" Miller, who was murdered in Guatemala in 1982 at age of 37. The recognition clears the way for his beatification.
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Cindy Wooden Nov 6
On U.S. midterm election day, Vatican announces theme of Pope Francis' message for World Peace Day Jan. 1: "Good politics is at the service of peace."
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Cindy Wooden Nov 2
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And on why he so willingly devoted so much time to advising, assisting the Vatican: "My attitude has always been I'd rather have myself writing these decisions than have someone dumber than me doing it."
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Cindy Wooden Nov 2
RIP. Jesuit Father Robert Taft was THE pithy quote machine. He told me in 2011 that the line his former students quote most was: ""There are two things you do not do alone: liturgy and sex." (Paul Haring photo for )
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Robert Mickens Nov 2
RIP: Robert F. Taft SJ. The Jesuit archimandrate of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church died this morning at age 86. A former professor of the Pont. Oriental Institute for 46 years, he was brilliant liturgical scholar and outspoken critic of post-Vat2 restorationist efforts.
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Catholic News Service Nov 1
: God says, 'blessed are the poor,' the world says, 'blessed are the rich.' Whose way do you choose? It is holiness or nothing. No half-measures. We were born to be with God, whose path is following the beatitudes every day.
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Cindy Wooden Nov 1
accepts resignation of Cardinal Laurent Monsengwo of Kinshasha, who turned 79 on Oct. 7 and has led the Congolese archdiocese since 1988. He is a member of the pope's international advisory Council of Cardinals.
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