Pope’s Address to Syrians in Lebanon: “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things!”

September 16, 2012 by  
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Beirut, Lebanon––Speaking to tens of thousands of Middle Easterners in Lebanon this Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI expressed sadness at the latest violence in the region. Speaking directly to the Syrians watching on TV, and in person, the Pontiff said that he was very disappointed in them. “How many times have I told you to keep your hands to yourselves? This is why we can’t keep nice churches and have nice hospitals like your friends in the... Read More

EWTN Announces New Reality Show Lineup

September 15, 2012 by  
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Irondale, AL––Addressing the latest ratings dip for EWTN, the network’s President and CEO, Michael Warsaw, announced today that the station would be making some radical changes to its upcoming lineup. Following the lead of other popular television networks like MTV and VH1, EWTN unveiled its all new reality show lineup set to premier this Fall. Shows already turning heads include, So You Think You Can Pray, America’s Next Top Extraordinary... Read More

SSPX Excommunicates Renegade Bishop For Installing Bishops Without Approval

September 14, 2012 by  
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Peoria, AZ – SSPX Arizona Bishop, Gerald Leif, confirmed Thursday that he has installed four bishops in spite of SSPX forbiddance. The move comes months after meetings collapsed between Bishop Leif and SSPX’s Superior General, Bernard Fellay. Leif, a prominent critic of the Society’s growing liberal view toward ecumenism has denounced the Society’s dialogue with the Vatican. A spokesman for the Diocese of Arizona declined to comment, but did say... Read More

Very First Breaking Story

September 14, 2012 by  
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Vatican City State––Eye of the Tiber, America’s premier source for Catholic news, made its debut on the internet today. According to its creators, EOTT promises a fresh angle on contemporary Catholic news stories that cannot be found elsewhere. Readers can look forward to hard-hitting, award-winning, critically acclaimed content and commentary on all things Catholic. Stuff like that.    Read More →

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