Good News, Good Possibilities
I woke up this morning and suddenly realized how much good news we reported during the two weeks in which my role here at CatholicCulture.org was dominated by the virus. During this time, it fell to Phil Lawler (as usual) to make sure we kept our news service running no matter what. Consider this list of recent Catholic World News stories, praise God, and smile!
- New Catholic college may open in Kansas City
- Costa Rica woman describes miracle approved for canonization of John Paul II
- Philadelphia archdiocese opposes Austrian dissident's appearance at Catholic college
- Wisconsin governor signs ultrasound bill
- Pope grants plenary indulgence for World Youth Day participants
- International Eucharistic Congress boosted Irish economy, report finds
- Blessed John Paul’s relics in Rio for World Youth Day
- Texas Senate bans late-term abortions
- Prelate backs efforts to promote religious freedom in US military
- Theologian sees ‘remarkably rich’ treatment of theology in Lumen Fidei
- Rabbis praise Popes John XXIII, John Paul II for fighting anti-Semitism
- OSCE rejects manifesto on homosexuality, transgenderism
- UK abandons controversial end-of-life medical protocol
- Nearly 10,000 US youth to take part in World Youth Day
- Catholic Relief Services CEO emphasizes NFP promotion
- New Chinese president played key role in Marian shrine’s approval
Bad news naturally and necessarily dominates all reporting. What has gone wrong is more jarring, and therefore more newsworthy, than all the things that go right. But good news often reveals important possibilities. Hopeful new strategies can arise from good news. We forget about it at our peril.
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