Bias in the American Catholic media?

  Thomas Joseph O’Brien. The name may have slipped from memory, as the media has moved on to cover other “hot,” Church-related scandals as well as to cover the ecclesiastical politics associated with the upcoming Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod

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Pope Francis Democrat?

  Jim Rosapepe, a Democrat state senator in Pennsylvania, in Politico talks up his old friend Martin O’Malley, soon to be the former Governor of Maryland, as the Democrat standard bearer in 2016 and hails him as a “Pope Francis Democrat”:   But,

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PopeWatch: Is He Pope?

        Throughout the history of the Church, whenever a Pope proves less than congenial to groups within the Church, often times the argument is eventually made that the Pope has been invalidly elected and is not therefore

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January 12, 1865: Davis Note to Blair

  Go here to read about the peace initiative of Francis P. Blair who travelled to Richmond to meet with President Davis. Jefferson Davis was a very shrewd man, much shrewder I think than most historians have given him credit for

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