Around the Blogs today
By Domenico Bettinelli, Jr. (articles ) | May 21, 2003 2:49 PM
Here's a round-up of interesting posts on Catholic blogs today:
- Fr. Rob Johansen discusses the importance of a renewed Catholic culture to the reform of the Church. (The direct link to the first part of the blogpost is here, but may not work. Otherwise, click on the first link.)
- Mark Shea notes that Archbishop Harry Flynn of Minneapolis responded to local Catholics' protests that a lesbian activist was going to receive an award at a ceremony for parish religious educators.
- G. Thomas Fitzpatrick comments on a Boston newspaper report on the phenomenon that priests are retiring at twice they rate they are being ordained.
- David Mills discusses a segment on "Good Morning America" that featured a public service announcement that featured a father with a bawling child and the slogan "Wear a Condom."
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