In today's Catholic Daily Roundup, top stories include troubles for the TSA, Clinton responding to Sanders about debating, and Benedict XVI possibly making a public appearance.
"May we never risk the life of our souls by being resentful or by bearing grudges." (St. Gregory of Nyssa)
Today's Gospel: "We have given up everything and followed you." (Mark 10:28)
In the News:
- The Transportation Security Administration's head of security has been ousted amid an uproar over long lines at airport security checkpoints and intense scrutiny over bonus payments.
- Eager to move on from the Democratic primary race, Hillary Clinton has turned down an invitation to debate Senator Bernie Sanders ahead of California’s primary, her campaign said on Monday.
- Sports Authority, one of the largest sporting goods businesses in the nation, is planning on closing all of its stores, and will launch a going-out-of-business sale this week.
Pope Francis and church news:
- Former Pope Benedict XVI could appear in public once again on June 29, the 65th anniversary of his priestly ordination.
- Holiness doesn't depend on superhuman powers, but rather demands a heart filled with courage, hope and grace that strives for conversion each and every day, Pope Francis said at his morning Mass.
- Fr. Thaddeus Nguyen Van Ly, a human rights campaigner jailed by Vietnamese authorities, was released from prison three days ahead of the May 22 arrival of U.S. President Barack Obama.
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