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From Grateful Dead to Catholic Bishop

Today John and Sam are joined by his Excellency, Bishop James Conley. Bishop Conley was an agonistic listening to the Grateful Dead and ultimately converted to Catholicism during his college years. We discuss the balance of the liturgy in his diocese that has the FSSP seminary (Latin Mass) as well as Novus Ordo Mass. He shares what it has been like to be a Bishop and how to regain authentic masculinity in the Church and society today.

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State government clears Indian cardinal on contested real estate deals

Officials of the Kerala state government, where Cardinal Mar George Alencherry’s archdiocese is located, recently filed an affidavit with India’s Supreme Court asserting that nothing illegal took place with regard to the land deals.

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Director of worship: Proclaiming the Word recounts God’s deeds

The Second Vatican Council’s document on liturgy says the Word needs to be proclaimed to celebrate the sacraments, said Father Tom Margevicius, director of worship for the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. And retired Pope Benedict XVI wrote beautiful and profound meditations on the word of God, Father Margevicius said, including how it is needed in the life of the Church’s liturgy.  

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