Beatification of Br Solanus Casey in Detroit
Irish-American Capuchin Fr Solanus Casey beatified in Detroit
CNA- Humble disciple, tireless servant: Solanus Casey beatified in Detroit
CNA - Friendship and from-scratch food served up at Fr. Solanus’ soup kitchen
CNA - Those close to the cause of Fr. Solanus Casey recall a humble, holy friar
CNA - The quirky Father Solanus: Squeaky violinist, tamer of bees
CNA - Venerable Solanus Casey: the priest who answered the doorbell.
Whispers - Live From "Friar Field": A Blessed for Detroit
NCR - Solanus Casey, ‘a Humble and Faithful Disciple of Christ,’ Beatified in Detroit - “The life of our ‘Blessed’ is an exemplary page of the Gospel,” said Cardinal Angelo Amato, prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, who read the Latin-language letter from Pope Francis making the beatification official.
Vatican Radio - Archbishop of Detroit on Beatification of Fr Solanus Casey
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CNA - End of life care must acknowledge our mortality, Francis reminds physicians
Message of the Holy Father to the President of the Pontifical Academy for Life on the occasion of the European Regional Meeting of the “World Medical Association” on “end of life” issues (Vatican, 16-17 November 2017)
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