Posts Tagged ‘Cardinal Tagle’

Blood donations mark Cardinal’s birthday Comments 0

Monday, June 24th, 2019
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Church workers in the Archdiocese of Manilla, Philippines donated their blood on the occasion of Cardinal Tagle’s 62nd birthday. It was nothing new, said Rowena Ranola, 58, who works with the archdiocese’s Persons with Disability Ministry. It was Ranola’s fifth time donating blood at what has become an annual drive to celebrate the cardinal’s birthday. Read more

Cardinals: Don’t use charity as a conversion tool Comments 0

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

Two top cardinals say that as Catholics engage in charity around the world, they must be careful not to put their desire to convert people to their faith ahead of their missionary work. Speaking at the “Charity will never end” conference organized by the Vatican’s Pontifical Council Cor Unum, an umbrella office to coordinate the Read more

Prelates admit to confusion at family synod Comments 0

Tuesday, October 13th, 2015

Some of the prelates at the synod on the family have expressed confusion over what is expected of them in their deliberations. The 13 small groups that had been meeting last week released their reports on Friday. The four English-speaking groups are chaired by Australian Cardinal George Pell, British Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Irish Archbishop Eamon Martin, and Read more

Theologian slams idea Vatican II didn’t advance doctrine Comments 0

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

A Jesuit theologian has scotched the notion that the Second Vatican Council was a pastoral council and did not propose new doctrines of the Church. Fr John O’Malley said this in an opening address to a conference on Vatican II at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. The conference was focused on the meaning and import Read more