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Cardinal Francis George of Chicago had gone through a long 16-hour day of meetings and travel, a day that began at 5 a.m., and it was just about 9 at night. He was tired, with one more meeting to go. But as he walked into the room for our interview late...
L.A. NOWCardinal Roger M. Mahony praised outgoing Pope Benedict XVI for his legacy of spreading Catholicism throughout the world and said he looks forward to traveling to Rome to help elect his successor....
L.A. NOWAs surprise washed over Catholic parishioners Monday after the resignation announcement by Pope Benedict XVI, retired nun Mary Dispenza was left saddened that Cardinal Roger M. Mahony will have a hand in picking the pontiff's successor. Mahony, who was...
Go ahead — we dare you to read this list of travel tips and not clap your hand to your head and say, "Why didn't I think of that?" When we asked readers to contribute their best tips for travel, we were overwhelmed by the number and comsengen (a...
By coincidence, last Easter I was in St. Peter's Square in Rome as Pope Benedict XVI delivered what turned out to be his final Easter Mass as head of the Catholic Church. A week from Sunday, the new pope will deliver his first. Expectations for Pope...
MOUNT DORA — The music will be operatic when the Florida Lakes Symphony presents "Bella Italia." Rossini, Verdi and Puccini — the composers' names are synonymous with Italian opera. When the concert opens at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 21,...
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TV WatchersFans of Nazareth native Kate Micucci better have their Tivos ready in the next two days since the ukulele-strumming comedian and actress will be all over the small screen. At 8 p.m. Thursday Kate returns for another stint as half......
Center Stage seems to have a thing for public accommodations these days. The company’s last play was set in a nondescript motel room. The current one is set in a nondescript hotel room. The deja vu feeling is intensified since both productions have...
For Catholics across the north and west suburbs, there was much to be excited about last week with the selection of Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio as the church's new pope, Francis I. About 60 faculty, staff and students gathered around a TV in a resident...
Tags: Christianity, Elections, Benedict XVI, The Pope, Vatican City
I've run into more than my fair share of actors, singers and athletes over the years. You would think I would be able to handle the pressure of saying "hello." I cannot. My latest celeb fail was a couple of weeks ago at Cubs spring training in Mesa,...
The Religion WorldMaybe. That's the answer from John L. Allen, Jr., the well-known and well-respected Vatican reporter for The National Catholic Reporter. In his own words, Allen reports from Rome this week that “Against all odds, the American cardinals are...
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Breaking with tradition, Pope Francis delivered off-the-cuff remarks about God's power to forgive instead of reading from a written speech for the first Sunday window appearance of his papacy. He also spoke only in Italian...
Tags: The Pope, Vatican City, Francis I
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