Tag Archives: Catholic Church

Pope Francis, Congratulations!

March 13, 2013 - Trinity wishes our new Pope Francis many congratulations and prayers for his success. Continue reading
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Keeping Women Out of History

March 6, 2013 - A month is hardly enough. Women must find a way to write bold new chapters in human history. Continue reading
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Is the Pope Still Relevant?

February 18, 2013 - The new pope will have the opportunity to propel the Church into a bolder future with even greater impact on our world. Continue reading
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Vatican II and the Modern World

October 15, 2012 - Vatican II @ 50: Synod of Bishops considers "tsunami of secularism" Continue reading
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Mars, Venus and Nuns on the Bus

June 22, 2012 - Bishops advocate religious freedom and nuns put that freedom into action. Women beware, progress is backsliding. Continue reading
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Voices of Trinity: Alumnae President Elizabeth Palmer ’92 on Religious Women

April 27, 2012 - Alumnae Association President Elizabeth Palmer '92 speaks out on the importance of religious women in our lives and in the world. Continue reading
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Amen, President DeGioia!

March 2, 2012 - Georgetown President John DeGioia has issued a powerful statement defending Georgetown Law Student Sandra Fluke against the hatred spewed by Rush Limbaugh. I stand in solidarity with his powerful message. Continue reading
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Our Brothers’ and Sisters’ Keepers

February 16, 2012 - U.S. political narcissism ignores the larger moral issues affecting people around the world. Social justice demands a larger world view. Pray for the people of Honduras today. Continue reading
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Resurrection

April 4, 2010 - lily-cross Easter is the most important day on the Christian calendar, the day that separates the Old Testament belief in a Messiah yet to come from the New Testament belief that the Messiah is already present in the person of the… Continue reading
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Atonement

March 29, 2010 - last supper 2 Two sacred religious seasons come together this week — Passover and Easter.  Both traditions compel believers to spend hours in prayer and reflection on the human condition, the possibility of the divine, the price of evil, the hope for resurrection,… Continue reading
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