In today's Catholic Daily Roundup, top stories include a possible solution to global warming, President Obama speaking on net neutrality, possible republican presidency in 2016 and Pope Francis.
"I ask all people of goodwill to help build a culture of encounter, solidarity, and peace" --Pope Francis
Today's Mass Readings: "The Lord's are the earth and its fullness; the world and those who dwell in it. For he founded it upon seas and established it upon rivers" (Psalm 24:1B-2).
In the News:
- Is there a solution to global warming? A geochemist from the Netherlands, Dr. Olaf Schuiling, believes so.
- Is there a chance for a Republican presidency in 2016? Republicans made progress this year towards solving their demographic problems, but not enough.
- Obama urges FCC to set the "strongest possible rules" to protect net neutrality.
- Mormon Bishop apologizes for comments about Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid
Pope Francis News:
- Religious freedom is under threat today, what can Pope Francis do about it?
- Pope Francis reassigns Cardinal Burke from one of the highest ranking Americans in the Church hierarchy to a mostly symbolic position.
- Pope Francis took a step in the right direction when he ex-communicated a priest in Argentina who sexually abused four teenagers, but there is still much more that needs to be done.
- Pope Francis advanced the Sainthood causes for eight laypersons, priests and religious, recognizing their heroic virtue.
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