April 2013

Who Will Destroy America?

April 5, 2013

Already being done!

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Becoming Catholic, Our Experience this Easter: Timothy’s Story

April 5, 2013

March 31, 2013 Easter Sunday  That last several days have been a blur. I hardly know where to begin. The two nights of Eucharistic Adoration in the main sanctuary of St. Teresa’s this past Tuesday and Wednesday was beyond words for Jackie and I. I thought about this as we were going home, what if you […]

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What is Happening to the World? I’m Afraid for my Grandkids!

April 3, 2013

A news item from today’s www.Zenit.com about homosexual “marriage” being approved in countries around the world. Soon it will be illegal to speak out against such “marriages.” Priests and pastors will be condemned for refusing to marry gay couples. No one will be able to refuse these same sex couples from adopting children. There are […]

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Bishop Cistone’s Reflects on our Israel Pilgrimage

April 3, 2013

What a delight to discover this video! I didn’t even know he was doing it. In February, Janet and I in conjunction with Corporate Travel took Bishop Cistone and people from his Diocese of Saginaw Michigan to the Holy Land. We had three buses of pilgrims. In this video Bishop Cistone reflects on what a […]

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Fewer Believe in the Resurrection

April 2, 2013

Percent of Americans Believing in the Resurrection Drops To 64% From 77% Last Easter April 1, 2013 By Dan Joseph A study released by the Rasmussen Reports polling firm on Good Friday found that 64% of Americans believe that Jesus Christrose from the dead. While Americans who believe in the resurrection remain in the majority, that number is […]

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Canon Lawyer Ed Peters Comments on Vatican Press Offices Unfortunate Comments about Disregard for Liturgical Law with Foot-washing

April 1, 2013

UPDATE 4/6/13 Ed Peters Responds to a critic Ed Peters Discusses Disregard for Liturgical Law in Washing Women’s Feet and Unhelpful Response from the Vatican Press Office. http://wp.me/p25nov-AP The background to this controversy is the antinomianism that prevails today. The Church is passing through a period in which the relationship between ecclesiastical law and the […]

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Turin Shroud ‘is not a medieval forgery’

April 1, 2013

Are we surprised? I am not! Read intriguing article here. Watch the video here. Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

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