The Weekly TCC Field Intelligence Report, v.19.0

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Welcome to v.19.0 of the Field Intelligence Report! You might have noticed the new image. Never fear! FreakyDoll is still scanning and searching and seeking through all 7 dimensions of the Internet for interesting, inspiring, and uplifting stories. She simply wants us to respect her privacy – which is something we are more than happy to do!

Enjoy this week’s discoveries – headlined with a heartwarming video of students singing to their ill teacher. From a photo essay on behind-the-scenes work at the Vatican, to a piece on how Disney almost broke ground on a theme park based on the ground-breaking video game Myst; from a post where some bishops are doing some serious bishing with respect to ‘Catholycs for Choice”, to an article best described as “Saints in Space!”. Plus a lot more.

You know the stuff is good if it intrigues an ostrich. So please read and share!

Students Show Up to Worship Outside the Home of a Teacher With Cancer – HJY, Twitter

A Better Resurrection – stev hep, Catholic Scot
It’s Time for Communal Healing to Overcome Communal Bashing – Shelby Spear, Tribe Magazine
European Living in the Heart of Waco – Haley Stewart, Carrots for Michelmas
Bishops Rebuke “Catholics for Choice” for Deceptive Ad Supporting Abortion – Kathy Schiffer, Seasons of Grace
What Christian Men Need – Intentional Friendships With Other Christian Men – Marcel leJeune, Aggie Catholics
St Seraphim Relices to Be Conveyed to the International Space StationPravmir.com
The Vatican Unseen: Inside the Secret World of the Workers – A Photo Essay – Christian Sinabaldi, The Guardian
The Nativity Show From the Creators of The Muppets – Mary Rezac, Catholic News Agency
Disney Almost Created a Myst Theme Park in Florida – Peter Sciretta, SlashFilm

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LarryD has been blogging since March 2008, making observations on trends within the culture and the Church. His goal? Poking hornets nests with a stick and injecting humor into the New Evangelization, with the gentle reminder that everyone's taking themselves way too seriously. He currently resides in Michigan.

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