from The Catholic Telegraph
Archbishop on Ebola: ‘Time for prudence, not panic’
Staff Report Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr addressed a letter via email to the pastors of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati concerning the recent Ebola outbreak and subsequent media coverage writing, ̶...Read more.
Throwback Thursday: Halloween a mixture different traditions
Staff Report Though the origins of Halloween are tied up with the Christian feast of All Saints on Nov. 1 (hence All Hallows Eve, Oct. 31), the present celebration of the holiday is often more focused...Read more.
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Cardinal announces school closures, mergers in Chicago Archdiocese
By Catholic News Service CHICAGO — In a major restructuring, the Archdiocese of Chicago announced Oct. 29 that 14 elementary schools would be closed or merged at the end of the 2014-2015 academic ye...Read more.
Halloween costumes that mock religious figures called disrespectful
By Rose Ybarra Catholic News Service BROWNSVILLE, Texas — Every October, many look forward to Halloween — the trick-or-treating, the parties and especially the costumes. Every Halloween, how...Read more.
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Bright lights, cool air protect Sistine Chapel from visiting hordes
By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — The Vatican is not promising visitors to the Sistine Chapel more elbow room, but it is guaranteeing a cooler experience. Marking the year of th...Read more.
CRS manages ‘safe and dignified’ burials of Sierra Leone Ebola victims
By Bronwen Dachs Catholic News Service CAPE TOWN, South Africa — Burials that are dignified and safe are urgently needed for Ebola victims in West Africa, where corpses are frequently left unatten...Read more.
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