Sunday, January 27, 2013

Run With Life: Who can be against justice?

Run With Life: Who can be against justice?: The pro-abortions are at it again. Tomorrow they will "celebrate" 25 years of "Reproductive Justice". That's the day that the Morgentaler...

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Prayer to the Apostle Paul

Yesterday was the Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul our most Zealous apostle . I found this prayer which I like
Prayer to the Apostle Paul

Glorious St. Paul,
Most zealous Apostle,
Martyr for the love of Christ,
Give us a deep faith,
A steadfast hope,
A burning love for our Lord;
So that we can proclaim with you,
“It is no longer I who live, but Christ
who lives in me.”
Help us to become apostles
Serving the Church with a pure heart,
Witnesses to her truth and beauty
Amidst the darkness of our days.
With you we praise God our Father:
“To Him be the glory, in the Church
and in Christ, now and forever.”

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

ARCHBISHOP AQUILA: 40 Years of the Culture of Death

ARCHBISHOP AQUILA: 40 Years of the Culture of Death

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
I went to college in 1968 with the idea of becoming a doctor, like my father. College campuses in the late ‘60’s and throughout the 70’s were places of turmoil. I didn’t practice my faith much in the first three years of college and I certainly never imagined that the Lord would one day make me a bishop.
I spent my first three years of college working as a hospital orderly and assisting in the emergency room, at a university student health center and in a hospital in California during summer break.
When I began the job, I hadn’t thought much about human suffering, or about human dignity.
But during my employment in hospitals, something changed. At that time, some states had approved abortion laws that I wasn’t even aware of. Because of those laws, when I was in college I witnessed the results of two abortions.
The first was in a surgical unit. I walked into an outer room and in the sink, unattended, was the body of small unborn child who had been aborted. I remember being stunned. I remember thinking that I had to baptize that child.
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Friday, January 11, 2013

Carl Reid's diaconate and priestly ordination

Here is a late notice for those who may not know about Carl Reid's diaconate and priestly ordination
( He is the former Anglican Church Bishop who has come home to the Catholic Church recently with his entire congregation).
If possible come and support this humble man by attending the following:

1) his diaconate TOMORROW morning, January 12th at 10 am at Saint Patrick's Basilica on Kent Street; and
2) his ordination to the priesthood on January 26th at 10 am at Notre Dame.