Daily Links, Oct. 27: Vatican docs, poverty talks, and karate frocks
There have been plenty of reactions  to the Vatican document on international financial reform. Today, Wisconsin representative Paul Ryan chimes in  with his opinion, while America's blog makes suggestions of what the church can offer economists .
The "Faithful Budget Campaign" has been holding prayer vigils on Capitol Hill since this summer. They're still dedicated  to making sure the Super Committee (which has to find $1.2 trillion in budget cuts) will consider the hungry, homeless, and elderly in their talks and meetings. They should also remember that children are increasingly becoming the victims  of our economic crisis. And today, Tim King at Sojourners' God's Politics blog points out five facts we should all know about poverty  in the U.S.
Catholics in Chicago are saying that you don't need to agree  with everything the church says to consider yourself a "good" Catholic.
On our own USCatholic.org blog, Scott Alessi highlights recent commendable actions  of Cincinnati Archbishop Dennis Schnurr and Meghan Murhpy-Gill calls for responsibility and charity  in blogging.