The Catholic Loop – Today’s news headlines for the busy Catholic | January 12, 2015
- Pope Francis compared God’s Word to “a mother’s nourishing milk” in a baptism homily for 33 babies.
- France is in “a state of shock” but Paris Cardinal André Vingt-Trois urged the French to respond with “moderation, temperance and control”.
- Christian Mosul refugees are grateful to be alive in Kurdistan, while noone “is angry at God”.
- Haitian amputees who survived a devastating earthquake in 2010 had a “once in a lifetime” meeting with Pope Francis this weekend.
- Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero, who was killed while saying Mass in his home country on March 24, 1980, could be named a martyr after a unanimous vote in the Vatican this weekend.+_