Weasel Journalism (Margaret O'Brien Steinfels bitching about John Allen at dotCommonweal.)
Liturgical Pioneers, Pastoral Musicians and Liturgists (weblog post in memory of those who made liturgy what it is today.) (via Prayer & Worship )
Health Care Bill Does Not Unfairly Restrict Abortions Letter to the Editors of the Wisconsin State Journal and Capital Times from Kim Wadas, Associate Director, Education & Health Care, Wisconsin Catholic Conference
A Site Worth Visiting, by Kerry Weber, In All Things. "Prior to a Dec. 9 Mass on the 30th anniversary of Sheen’s death, visitors to the cathedral [St. Patrick's, New York] will have a chance to prayerfully visit the crypt beneath the main altar. The crypt will be open between 3:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m., and Mass in the cathedral will begin at 5:30 p.m. The Mass will be celebrated by Archbishop Timothy Dolan, and members of Sheen’s family are expected to attend."
Listecki says he felt call to priesthood at early age, by Tom Kertscher, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (No mention of playing Mass with mashed Wonder Bread hosts.)
December 2009 Newsletter, Catholics United for the Faith, Milwaukee Chapter. "Congratulations to Emeritus Bishop John W. Yanta, Diocese of Amarillo, Texas, who has accepted the Chapter’s Msgr. Alphonse S. Popek Award for 2010."
Annual Education Fund Dinner and Auction, Wisconsin Right to Life, Thursday, April 29, 2010, Midwest Airlines Center. Special Guest Speaker: Senator Rick Santorum
Stupak Amendment Preserves Long-standing Protections, Eye on the Capitol, November 18, 2009, by Kim Wadas, Associate Director, Education & Health Care, Wisconsin Catholic Conference