Chloe Langr

Chloe Langr is a very short stay-at-home-wife, whose growth has probably been stunted by the inhumane amounts of coffee she regularly consumes. When she is not buried in a growing stack of book that she brings home from the book store she works at, she can be found spending time with her husband, geeking out over Theology of the Body, or podcasting. You can find more about her on her blog "Old Fashioned Girl."

Chloe Langr
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On the 40th Anniversary of His Martyrdom, the Cause for the Beatification of John Bradburne Begins

ZIMBABWE – Forty years ago, John Randal Bradburne refused to leave his ministry with the lepers of Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) during the country’s civil war. He served the Mutemwa leper colony for ten years, and was eventually kidnapped and shot. Today is the fortieth anniversary of his martyrdom, and the cause for John’s beatification is …

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Flanagan

Father Flanagan, the Founder of Boys Town, Is One Step Closer to Sainthood

OMAHA—Father Edward J. Flanagan, the founder of Boys Town, is one step closer to becoming a canonized saint. The Postito, a summary of the volume of records on Father Flanagan’s life, was presented to the Congregation for the Cause of Saints this week. Archbishop George Lucas of Omaha sent a letter of support for Father …

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Crystal

The Crystal Cathedral is Now a Catholic Church

GARDEN GROVE – For almost fifty years, the Crystal Cathedral famously housed Reverend Robert H. Schuller’s weekly “Hour of Power” sermons. But this week, the Crystal Cathedral in California re-opened its doors as Christ Cathedral—a Roman Catholic church. For over thirty years, the building housed Crystal Cathedral Ministries, a congregation of the Reformed Church in …

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Buenaventura

The Bishop of Buenaventura Is Spraying the City with Holy Water from a Helicopter

Columbia – Monsignor Rubén Darío Jaramillo Montoya, bishop of Buenaventura, Colombia, is not holding anything back when it comes to fighting crime and the demonic in his city. On July 14, he’s borrowing a navy helicopter to spray the city with holy water. “We want to go around the whole of Buenaventura from the air …

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