Peter Schineller

The Good Word
May 21, 2015
A new image for Pentecost
In All Things
May 03, 2013
Pope Francis is the first Jesuit pope But he is not the first Jesuit cardinal archbishop or bishop How many Jesuit cardinals archbishops and bishops have there been in Jesuit history and how many are there now Today we learned that Michael Charles Barber S J was appointed bishop of Oakland
In All Things
April 11, 2012
As we recall the 100th Anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic it is interesting to see how editorials in magazines and papers and how religious leaders originally interpreted the tragic event Most commended the bravery of the crew Some blamed the ship company for reckless speed One spoke of
In All Things
March 21, 2012
The Tridentine Mass Why I Couldn rsquo t Go Back my blog post of March 8 evoked numerous comments mdash 63 to be exact These surely set me thinking Thanks to all who pitched in At this point I prefer not to revisit the debate but to move forward constructively in two directions
Faith In All Things
March 08, 2012
An ordinary Sunday morning. I decide to go to a church that celebrates the Latin Mass every Sunday.
In All Things
February 17, 2012
LINcredible Jeremy Lin has taken NY by storm Before each game he and teammate Landry Fields have a ritual He has been called the Taiwanese Tebow but he is not Tebowing He and Landry pretend they are paging through a book and then raise hands and eyes to heaven They explain that the
In All Things
October 11, 2010
Let rsquo s drink to the new saint nbsp nbsp How are the Jesuits celebrating the October 17th canonization of nbsp soon to be Saint Mary MacKillop nbsp nbsp In addition to coverage in Eureka Street and an editorial in America magazine 18 October nbsp the following new item from the Norther
In All Things
October 09, 2010
Today October 9 for the first time nbsp nbsp we can celebrate the optional feast of nbsp BLESSED nbsp John Henry Cardinal Newman 21 February 1801 nbsp ndash 11 August 1890 nbsp nbsp He converted to Catholicisim on this day in 1845 nbsp Prolific writer and possibly future Doctor of the
July 05, 2010

Dr. Dianne Jean-Francois directs the work of the Catholic Medical Mission Board in Haiti and the Dominican Republic. A resident of Port of Prince, she recently visited Washington, D.C., to speak at the annual conference of the Global Health Council. While there she spoke by phone with Peter

In All Things
June 21, 2010
Every move of the Holy Father is examined Thus recently when he prayed before the Shroud of Turin many wondered if he would comment on its authenticity or lack of authenticity of the Shroud As a matter of fact he did not comment on the authenticity Now on the Fourth of July he is making a seco