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  • n. Plural form of Catholic.


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  • Fr. Judge was heavily involved in Dignity, an organization of gay, lesbian and transgendered Catholics and offered them the use of his church before the Vatican put the kibosh on the whole "God loves all Catholics" thing and amended it to "God loves all Catholics*" The * meaning "except for gays."

    Joshua David Stein: Saint of 9/11: A Premature Hagiography

  • Instead, Hains says, Jugis will continue to pray for and encourage "priestly vocations," the term Catholics use to describe their belief that God inspires some men to become priests. Local News

  • But in Britain after the Reformation those who defined themselves as what we call Catholics became a truly persecuted minority.

    The pope is coming. Liberals, be glad

  • They are on record as being sponsors of this Act. This is a clear violation of what they know as Catholics to be the infallible teaching of their Church.

    Catholic Online > Daily Readings

  • One problem with President Obama's health care plan that doesn't seem to be getting much attention among Catholics, is how it squares with the principle of subsidiarity, a key principle of Catholic social doctrine that I bring up from time to time.

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  • The fact that many do, as do some non-Catholics, is not a good thing since it adds yet another sin to their soul.

    A bit more on Holy Communion and non-Catholic Christians

  • But today, certain Catholics have become hardened emotionally like the leftist I knew in the 60's and see their opponents in ideological terms.

    Are "'Catholic' Democrats" suggesting Glendon is a racist?

  • He also has some blunt words for how certain Catholics reacted.


  • The split between faithful and less than faithful Catholics is part of the plot of the book and some of the dialogue concerns hot issues of the day such as condom use, women priests, etc.

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  • The situation of Iraqi Catholics is equally dire, with tens of thousands fleeing war since broke out in 2003.

    Vatican Focuses On Troubles in Middle East


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