Top 10 Catholic Stories of 2010

Bringing in the New Year Rome Style! | Source: WDTPRS

Good afternoon and welcome to December!! Here in Florida, the last month of the year  has rolled in with a vengeance. It’s freezing down here and by freezing I mean highs in the mid-60s. What can I say? As a native Floridian anything below 75 degrees makes me put on a jacket. Nonetheless, it is definitely a beautiful way to begin preparing for Christmas.

Over the last few days, I have been running an idea by my fellow tweeps about doing a series of posts on the top Catholic stories of 2010. However, I realize that many of you are not on that Twitter contraption. Nonetheless, I wanted to get your insights and ideas. What have been the most intriguing, inspiring, or controversial Catholic stories of the year in your opinion?? Feel free to email me at with your thoughts. You can also leave a comment below.

I am looking forward to receiving your insights. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

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  1. JMJteacher

    possible ideas: Archbishop Dolan’s nomination as newly elected president of USCCB, Pope’s new book and the condom controversy, approval of new Catholic Mass…

  2. JMJteacher

    US bishops hold exorcism training prior to fall meeting, U.S. Postal Service recognizes Mother Teresa, Pope helps inaugurate Holy Year of St. James in Spain, Health care legislation needs u2018essential changes,u2019 bishops say, source thus far

  3. Wikileaks’ Vatican cables involve national security, intelligence and religious freedom issues #wikileaks #Cablegate seems to be some big Catholic stories end of the year!n

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