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Mystery priest revealed. We now know the identity of  a flesh and blood priest who helped out at the scene of a horrid Missouri accident earlier this month. Image courtesy of Nomad_Soul via Shutterstock.

Image courtesy of Nomad_Soul via Shutterstock.

Mystery priest revealed. We now know the identity of a flesh and blood priest who helped out at the scene of a horrid Missouri accident earlier this month. Image courtesy of Nomad_Soul via Shutterstock.

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Must-haves from the Catholic Marketing Network's annual trade show. Evangelicals who are ambivalent about homosexuality. And the "mystery priest" who appeared at a near-fatal Missouri car crash turns out to be . . .

  • John Longhurst

    Apparently the two Nigerian students have taken sanctuary in several churches over the past year. They name of the church is not being used in order to protect them. See http://globalnews.ca/news/656010/nigerian-students-spend-one-year-in-sanctuary/

  • kelly

    Thank you so much for the link to the glorious Catholic Marketing Network trade show, where the photos of the merchandise are almost too good to be true! I especially liked the Vocation Doll and the Eco-Joe real estate saint kit.

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  • Kevan Scott

    Great, another mega filled with information roundup today. Should only take me the entire day + to get to it all. I haven’t read the story yet but the one about lefties being upset with the Pope, isn’t that sort of a tradition now? Although, as a lefty myself, I’m fairly impressed with him, which IS saying a lot since I’ve become rather anti-religious in my old age. Not entirely anti-religious, but enough to be upset with the control and extreme fundalmentalist types. But, Pope Francis has done a fairly good job of at least sounding inclusive

  • Lauren Markoe

    Hi and thanks. Because this pope is widely seen as more liberal — if only in tone — than his predecessor, it would come as a surprise to many that lefties would be anything but pleased.

  • Lauren Markoe

    Thanks. Then I wonder if the rallies outside the church in support of these students are unwelcome?