Will the Real Curia Please Stand Up?

There has been much written about curial disfunction under the reign of Pope Benedict XVI (and perhaps even in the waning years of John Paul II).  Not to minimize problems that exist within Vatican governance, but it is worth pointing

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Thank goodness this logic wouldn’t prevail at the upcoming conclave…

The Orlando Sentinel is reporting that the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF) at Rollins College in Winter Park, FL—which has been an officially recognized student group at the College since 1990—has been “de-recognized,” meaning that IVCF no longer receives funding from

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Cardinal Gibbons and the Stormy Conclave of 1903

      James Cardinal Gibbons of the Archdiocese of Baltimore was the second American cardinal and an enormously important figure both within the history of the Church in America and the history of America in general.  His championing of

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