Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Bibliography of the Catholic side on the current headlines

Expect regular updates

Richard Houck, President, Catholic Defense League, Letter to the Pioneer Press newspaper, "In Defense of Pope Benedict XVI and the Church", Mar 31

Cardinal Wm. Levada, Prefect for the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith, in Whispers in the Loggia blog: "The Holy Office Speaks", Mar 31 (Written Mar 26)

Russ, Douthut, NYT blogger, "The Pattern of Priestly Sex Abuse", Mar 30

Jimmy Akin (Catholic Answers) in the National Catholic Register, "Cardinal Ratzinger an Evil Monster?", Mar 30

Bill Donohue, Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights (NY Times OpEd): "Going For the Vatican Jugular", page A23 of the OpEd page, Mar 30

John Allen (Nat'l Cath. Reporter), Star Tribune: "In Fairness, a Defense of the Pope", Mar 29

Fr. Thomas Brundage, Catholic Anchor, Archdiocese of Anchorage: "Setting the Record Straight in the Case of the Abusive Milwaukee Priest Father Lawrence Murphy", Mar 29

Spiked: "Why humanists shouldn't join in this Catholic-bashing", Mar 29

Catholic Thing: "Abuse of Boys Has Nothing to Do with Homosexuality?" Mar 29

George Weigel, First Things: "Scoundrel Time(s)", Mar 29

Gerald Warner, The Scotsman: "If you are not on offense, you are on defense", Mar 29

Damian Thompson, The Telegraph: "Pope John Paul II ignored Ratzinger's pleas to pursue sex abuse cardinal", Mar 29

John Allen of the N.C. Reporter, in the New York Times: "A Papal Conversion", Mar 27

Kathryn Jean Lopez, National Review Online: "The Pope and the New York Times", Mar 26

John Allen, National Catholic Reporter: "Keeping the Record Straight on Benedict and the Crisis", Mar 26

Fr. Raymond de Souza, Nat'l Post, Canada: "Culture Change in the Church", Mar 25

Abp. Timothy Dolan, New York: “Nobody, Nowhere, No Time, No Way, No How . . .”, Mar 25

Bp. Robert Morlino, Madison: "Untangling the Confusion About the Church", Mar 25

Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture: "The Pope and the Murphy Case: What the NY Times Didn't Tell You", Mar 25

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