Osama bin Laden and 1848

In 1848 the quiet of mid-nineteenth century Europe was shattered in a wave of revolutions throughout the continent.  Beginning in France in February, a wave of revolutions began that would ultimately engulf 50 states in Europe and Latin America.  Some succeeded

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MONDAY EXTRA EDITION

Are Orthodox “Masses” Valid? – Father John Zuhlsdorf, WDTPRS? If Fr. Pfleger is Church’s Spiritual Magnet. . . Reason to Suspend Him – L. Graas Universities Respond to Cardinal Newman Society Report – Tim Drake, NCReg Osama bin Ladin, Death

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The Catholic Response to the Death of a Murderer

An already busy weekend concluded with the surprise announcement by President Obama that Osama Bin Laden had been killed on Sunday morning, May 1 by a team of American forces in a compound in Pakistan. There’s a lot to be

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