Tag Archives: Francis Cardinal George

Whatcha Gonna Do When They Come for You (Part 2)

By Charlie Johnston “I was gazing over toward the Circus Maximus, toward the Palatine Hill where the Roman Emperors once resided and reigned and looked down upon the persecution of Christians, and I thought, ‘Where are their successors? . . … Continue reading

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RIP Francis Cardinal George

Chicago’s Archbishop Emeritus, Francis Cardinal George died at 78 today, finally succumbing to a long battle with cancer. Doctors had told him it was terminal last December. George was appointed Archbishop of Chicago in 1997 after the death of Joseph … Continue reading

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Something Wicked This Way Comes

By Charlie Johnston As you have surely noticed, I am struggling a bit. It is not that there is not enough to write about, but that there is too much, an information overload. In the 60s and 70s there were … Continue reading

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Musings – Comment Policy and the Witness of Cardinal George

From time to time we have a wave of new readers on this little community. With a link from Michael Brown’s Spirit Daily today, we have one of those waves going on.  So to new readers, here are a couple … Continue reading

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The Great Shaking Commences

Since I first began describing the Storm to my priests when I finally broke silence 20 years ago I have described it as a global civil war. It is why it is such a horror: because there is no place … Continue reading

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Francis Cardinal George’s Swan Song

Late in 1997 I was at a public breakfast of some political import and was privileged to chat over coffee after it ended with Cardinal George (then still merely Archbishop George). I was running a statewide campaign at the time, … Continue reading

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