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Crisis In The Priesthood

American Church In Meltdown?

Editorial: It is time To Wake-up!  
Our New Section on the Priesthood Scandal

Is The Pope Catholic?
A New York Times Article by BILL KELLER

Six On-line Sources
For Reform and Renewal In the Catholic Church

Pope John Paul II turns 82 this month, and he looks more mortal by the day. In his photo op with the American cardinals last week, he was so infirm and unintelligible that you wanted to avert your eyes out of pity. But let's not. The uncomfortable and largely unspoken truth is that the current turmoil in the Roman Catholic Church is not just a sad footnote to the life of a beloved figure. This is a crisis of the pope's making.

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Homilies by Bishop Thomas J. Gumbleton

By special arrangement, The National Catholic Reporter Publishing Company is able to make available Bishop Thomas J. Gumbleton's weekly Sunday homilies given at Saint Leo Church, Detroit, MI.

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