The December issue of Catholic World Report is now online
By Domenico Bettinelli, Jr. (articles ) | Jan 05, 2004
The December issue of Catholic World Report is now available on the Catholic World News web site.
In this issue, you'll find our special report on how a papal conclave will work and who the influential players will be in the next papal election, not just those who might be Pope, but also those who will play a key role. Also, we have an essay from Dom Alcuin Reid, OSB, on the Catholic Liturgy; a profile of the first cardinal from India's tribal ethnicities, an editorial on Europe's cultural suicide, Diogene's revelation of the first "personally opposed, but ..." public Catholic figure, and Mark Shea's "Hard Hope of Christmas."
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