Issue 9716-8/3/17

By: Staff
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"We need your help to expand our coverage of events in our churches and schools around our 37,000 square mile diocese," said Michael Johnson, editor of the Southern Cross.

 

"We live in an era of visual communication," Johnson said. "A good photograph and well written caption is an excellent way to present news of interest to our readers."

 

Johnson is seeking photographers from each parish and/or school to be additional eyes and ears. He said, "this is an excellent opportunity for aspiring photographers and avid photography enthusiasts.

 

By: Father Douglas Clark
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The Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) for Children in London was the beneficiary of a generous gift from Sir J. M. Barrie in 1929: the rights to his masterpiece, Peter Pan. The adventures of the “boy who never grew up” have bankrolled GOSH’s rise to the status of one of the world’s most renowned children’s hospitals. Ironically, GOSH played a key role in blocking the parents of Charlie Gard from seeking treatment elsewhere so that their little boy might have one last chance to grow up.

 

By: Rachel Balducci
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Our boy Henry turned 10 last week and I’m amazed. How can that be? Wasn’t Henry just three years old? 

 

Isn’t he still?

 

By: Mary Hood Hart
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As we Catholics know, being pro-life means much more than just preventing women from having abortions. As one who’s been involved in the pro-life movement over the years, I’ve witnessed firsthand the care and concern crisis pregnancy centers have offered women who find themselves in dire straits. Indeed, without such help, a pro-life movement would be strictly legalistic, without heart.

 

So it makes sense that those who are pro-life will want to ensure that pregnant women and their babies are provided the best possible medical care. 

 

By: Barbara Rusiecki
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2017 Gartland Award recipient Jean Hawkins and her husband Bob discuss the atmosphere at their parish, Nativity of our Lady Church in Darien, its restoration and their service with various parish ministries.

 

By: David Castronovo
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From June 25 through June 30, canon lawyer Christina Hip-Flores – who works as a ecclesiastical judge, defender of the bond, and consultant for various ecclesiastical tribunals in the United States and Cuba – and I  had the unique opportunity and blessing to travel to Cuba and meet with all the ministers of the tribunal on the island, including judges, defenders of the bond, auditors, and notaries (see gallery for the definitions of these terms).

By: Michael J. Johnson
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Savannah--Rowing an 18-foot-long open canoe solo along the Intercoastal Waterway from Miami, Florida to New York, New York Greg Dougherty hopes to draw attention to the Centennial of the Marian apparitions at Fatima. His 1,400-mile nautical pilgrimage began June 13.

See video here

The craft named the Santa Maria de Fatima packed with bags of food, clothes, emergency gear and a statue of Our Lady of Fatima looks both cramped and small for such a long voyage.

 

By: Rita H. DeLorme
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Bulletin of the Catholic Laymen’s Association editor, Richard Reid, wasn’t the first Georgian to receive the prestigious Laetare Medal from the University of Notre Dame, but he was the most unique in many ways. Evidently a man who never sat still or wasted time, Reid managed to earn multiple degrees in law and other fields while editing the Bulletin. 

 

By: Jason Halcombe
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There are a lot of words uttered in our home daily. That shouldn’t come as a surprise, considering there are eight mouths that, at times, could be uttering words simultaneously. 

 

By: Padre Pablo Migone
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 Los siguientes es la parte 2 de 3 en una serie en la convocatoria de líderes católicos en Orlando a principios de julio.

 

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