Tag Archives: Pope Benedict

A year of change marches on for area Lutherans and Catholics

I know we have four months remaining in 2013, but what an eight months it’s been faith-wise for the two dominant denominations of York County. Feels like it’s time to hit the reset button and review where we’ve been, and … Continue reading

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Ash Wendesday: Pope’s last major liturgical event

Today is Ash Wednesday. What are you giving up for Lent? I have one friend who is giving up coffee and another who departed Facebook for 40 days. I am always intrigued by what people choose to go without during … Continue reading

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Cardinals face delicate decision in picking new Catholic leader

The 120 or so cardinals who are eligible to vote on selecting the next pope could do something dramatic. But they likely won’t. A conservative choice is the best bet to succeed Pope Benedict XVI, who announced his resignation Monday. … Continue reading

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Pope Benedict not influential enough?

Time is out with its list of the 100 Most Influential People. The list includes four religious figures — two of them from the world of sports, QB Tim Tebow and New York Knick Jeremy Lin. OK, I can buy … Continue reading

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