In today's Catholic Daily Roundup, top stories include the pope commenting on absolutist attitudes, Clinton reflecting on who to pick for vice president, and new developments on Trump University.
“Peace is built on the foundation of justice.” (Pope St. John Paul II)
Today's Gospel: “Settle with your opponent quickly while on the way to court with him.” (Matthew 5:25)
In the News:
- Hillary Clinton said Wednesday she'll consider "the most qualified people" for the Democratic vice presidential nomination -- which would include women.
- The Virginia man who allegedly fought for ISIS before being captured by Kurdish forces is now back on U.S. soil to face federal terrorism-related charges, the Justice Department announced today.
- The federal judge overseeing the lawsuits against Trump University unsealed video excerpts Wednesday of testimony from Donald Trump when he was deposed in the case.
Pope Francis and church news:
- On July 16th during an event called “Together 2016” Pope Francis will address up to a million Christians by video cast at the National Mall in Washington D.C..
- Jesus’ first miracle, at the Wedding Feast of Cana, was the focus of Pope Francis’ catechesis at the General Audience on Wednesday.
- A "my way or the highway" attitude is not Catholic -- it's heretical, Pope Francis said during a morning Mass in the chapel of the Domus Sanctae Marthae.
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