Friday, November 30, 2012

POPE BENEDICT XVI'S PRAYER INTENTIONS FOR DECEMBER



Vatican City, (VIS) - Pope Benedict's general prayer intention for December is: "That migrants throughout the world may be welcomed with generosity and authentic love, especially by Christian communities".

His mission intention is: "That Christ may reveal Himself to all humanity with the light that shines forth from Bethlehem and is reflected in the face of His Church".


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Now sick babies go on death pathway: Doctor's haunting testimony reveals how children are put on end-of-life plan | Mail Online

The following excerpts are from The Daily Mail online:
  • Sick children are being discharged from NHS hospitals to die at home or in hospices on controversial ‘death pathways’.
  • Until now, end of life regime the Liverpool Care Pathway was thought to have involved only elderly and terminally-ill adults.
  • But the Mail can reveal the practice of withdrawing food and fluid by tube is being used on young patients as well as severely disabled newborn babies.
  • One doctor has admitted starving and dehydrating ten babies to death in the neonatal unit of one hospital alone. 
  • Writing in a leading medical journal, the physician revealed the process can take an average of ten days during which a  baby becomes ‘smaller and shrunken’. 
  • The LCP – on which 130,000 elderly and terminally-ill adult patients die each year – is now the subject of an independent inquiry ordered by ministers.
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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Vatican strips Austrian dissident of honorary title 'Monsignor' : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

The following excerpts are from Reuters:
  • The leader of a dissident movement of Austrian priests has been stripped of the title “Monsignor” by the Vatican.
  • Father Helmut Schüller, the head of the Austrian Priests’ Initiative and a former vicar general of the Vienna archdiocese, no longer holds the honorary title of “Chaplain of his Holiness,” the Vatican announced on November 29. 
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Vatican strips Austrian dissident of honorary title 'Monsignor' : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

Prefect of CDF rips ‘heretical’ reading of Vatican II : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

The following excerpts are from Reuters:
  • The new prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) has said that traditionalist Catholics advance a “heretical interpretation” of Vatican II if they claim that the Council made radical changes in Church teaching.
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Prefect of CDF rips ‘heretical’ reading of Vatican II : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

Egyptian Christians sentenced to death for Islam film | Reuters

The following excerpts are from Reuters:
  • A Cairo court on Wednesday sentenced to death seven Egyptian Christians tried in absentia for participating in an anti-Islam video that was released on the Internet in September and prompted violent protests in Muslim countries.
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Egyptian Christians sentenced to death for Islam film | Reuters

This Is The Truth!


Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Poll: Abortion Didn't Cost GOP Election, More Americans Still Pro-Life | LifeNews.com


The following excerpts are from LifeNews.com:
  • Much has been written about the effect of abortion on the 2012 presidential race and the apparent sudden shift in polls from the pro-life plurality (or majority, which we have seen in recent years) to a plurality or bare majority self identifying as pro-choice.
  • What has not been reported is that 1) of those who voted on the basis of abortion, the pro-life vote for pro-life candidates essentially equaled the pro-abortion vote for pro-abortion candidates; and 2) basic attitudes on abortion itself have not changed. A plurality, or even majority, of the public continues to oppose the vast majority of abortions that are actually performed.
  • While much has also been written about the “women’s vote,” race and ethnicity was a much greater determinant of how people voted than gender.
  • The CNN exit poll found that Mitt Romney won 59% of the white vote while Obama won 93% of the black vote and 73% of the Hispanic vote.  Significantly, Romney won 56% of white women and 51% of young white voters, 18-29.
  • Church attendance was also a predictor of how one voted.  Fifty nine percent of those who attend church at least once a week voted for Romney while 62% of those who never attend church voted for Obama.
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Poll: Abortion Didn't Cost GOP Election, More Americans Still Pro-Life | LifeNews.com

John McCain Faces Criticism Over His Call for Abortion Truce | LifeNews.com

The following excerpts are from LifeNews.com:
  • Senator John McCain, the former presidential candidate, is facing criticism from pro-life advocates over his call for a truce on abortion.
  • McCain is under the mistaken notion that the abortion issue cost Republicans the 2012 presidential election and that pro-life advocates should state their views and then be quiet.
  • “As far as young women are concerned, absolutely, I don’t think anybody like me — I can state my position on abortion but, other than that, leave the issue alone, when we are in the kind of economic situation and, frankly, national-security situation that we’re in,” he said over the weekend. “I would allow people to have those opinions and respect those opinions. I’m proud of my pro-life position and record. But if someone disagrees with me, I respect your views.”
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John McCain Faces Criticism Over His Call for Abortion Truce | LifeNews.com

Senate to vote on UN disabilities treaty; pro-life, homeschooling advocates concerned : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

The following excerpts are from Catholic Culture's Catholic World News:
  • The Senate is scheduled to vote soon on whether to ratify the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), a United Nations treaty opposed by several pro-life and homeschooling organizations. President Barack Obama signed the treaty in 2009.
  • “The global community could force America to sanction sterilization or abortion for the disabled--at taxpayer expense,” said Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council
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Senate to vote on UN disabilities treaty; pro-life, homeschooling advocates concerned : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

Our Gift Store

As some of you may know...or may not for that matter. I have an online gift store associated with these blogs called "Faith of the Fathers Catholic Gifts" at Zazzle.com.

Mostly the gifts are mugs, mouse-pads, and a few other items thrown in that have images of Our Lord, Our Lady, or the saints with an appropriate quotation.

I also have 3 or so Christmas card designs available.

The majority of the items are designed with some of the works of the masters.

Below is a mug I "created" for sale at "Faith of the Fathers Catholic Gifts" on Zazzle.com. One side has the following quote from scripture:"I can do all things through Him who stregtheneth me" Philippians 4:13 The photo shows it in the 15 oz. white mug, but other colors and sizes are available, and you can make your choice by clicking here.


You can also go the store and see all of the other items offered by clicking here.


Monday, November 26, 2012

Where Visitors Come From as of 11/25/2012

I thought you might want to see what nations visitors to "Faith of the Fathers" blogs come from. This graphic shows the visitors to all of the blogs.

Click on the photo to see the full size image:




Saturday, November 24, 2012

Thinking of Christmas Gifts?


Well then, how about Christmas gifts that people will love... and at the same time help support the Carmelite Monks of Wyoming and their monastery located right here in the U.S.A.!

Everyone who loves flavored coffee will especially love the Jingle Bell Java, which the monks describe as:

"Jingle Bell Java is arguably our best flavor, with hints of white chocolate, festive spices and bourbon, which you are sure to enjoy!"

New for this year, in a festive gold bag is their Christmas Blend 2012, which the monks say is:

"Our Christmas Blend 2012 builds upon the success of previous years with this new blend - only available for the 2012 Christmas season!

A selection of beans from all over the world, masterfully roasted and blended, with the end result being a coffee that is complex, fruity, and very smooth.

This special coffee will only be available this Christmas season - don't miss out!"


They also have a great assortment of Gift Packs available including chocolates (like chocolate covered coffee beans), teas, mugs, and more as well as their great coffees.

Don't wait too long for the Jingle Bell Java and the Christmas Blend, they are time limited offers, and will be gone before you know it!


Thursday, November 22, 2012

Don't Forget People During The Holidays




We all get busy during the Holidays.

We shop, prepare meals, send cards, ship presents, write letters, and in general do all of the things that keeps us busy this time of year.

Let's not get so busy though, that we forget about our friends, family, and neighbors who have no one... or no place... to spend the holidays. Many people, whether they may be single, widowed, elderly, or young, employed or unemployed, end up spending each and every holiday... all alone.

This time of year, I always think of one little lady who was a customer at a store where I worked over 20 years ago. She was well up in years...a widow... and she and her late husband had not had any children.

We were open on Christmas Day, and she came in to make a purchase. When I said "Merry Christmas" to her, she literally burst into tears. She told me how she always dreaded this time of year, since she had no family, and she spent each holiday alone. She said that Christmas was the hardest for her.

I never saw her after the following spring of that year, so I don't know what became of her.

Her situation always comes to my mind at this time of year though, especially since I am a never married single man, and have seen several holidays "alone", myself.

The bottom line is, I am not writing this about me. I am writing this to encourage those of you who can, to make just a little extra effort to keep people in mind, who literally have no one else.

Your little act of kindness and thoughtfulness could mean the difference between a Merry Christmas or just another day.


Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Ireland Government Defeats Motion to Legalize Abortion | LifeNews.com

Ireland Government Defeats Motion to Legalize Abortion | LifeNews.com

Attack on Elderly Pro-Lifer Leads to Arrest of Serial Rapist | LifeNews.com

The following excerpts are from LifeNews.com:
  • I wrote in July about the attack of 69-yr-old pro-lifer Everett Stadig by an abortion proponent as Stadig was collecting signatures for Colorado’s personhood initiative in front of a Denver grocery store.
  • What followed is an example of perseverance in the face of injustice, which led to an amazing conclusion and a reminder of Genesis 50:20, “Even though you planned evil against me, God planned good to come out of it. This was to keep many people alive….”
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Attack on Elderly Pro-Lifer Leads to Arrest of Serial Rapist | LifeNews.com

Pakistan's blasphemy laws still claim many victims : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

The following excerpts are from Catholic Culture's Catholic World News:
  • A Pakistani appeals court's decision to dismiss blasphemy charges against young Rimsha Masih has won applause from human-rights activists. 
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Pakistan's blasphemy laws still claim many victims : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

Monday, November 19, 2012

Assisted Suicide: A Not So Enlightened Death | LifeNews.com

The following excerpts are from LifeNews.com:
  • Since the eighteenth-century Enlightenment, science has offered a panacea for man’s problems. From the vaccine to the internal combustion engine to the computer chip, man has discovered that whatever his need happens to be – whether it is transportation, communication, or that all-important commodity, health – he can invent a solution and put it on the market.
  • The Enlightenment worldview affected more than Western culture’s view of science and technology. It also affected our view of God – first, by denying His supernatural intervention in the world, and second, by rendering His moral revelation unnecessary.
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Assisted Suicide: A Not So Enlightened Death | LifeNews.com

New Book Exposes How Assisted Suicide, Euthanasia Prey on People | LifeNews.com

The following excerpts are from LifeNews.com:
  • The newly released book – Exposing Vulnerable People to Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide by Alex Schadenberg is now available for ordering.
  • Exposing Vulnerable People uncovers data from peer reviewed journal articles and studies related to the euthanasia deaths without request, the unreported euthanasia deaths, and the experience of nurses with euthanasia in Belgium. The book also examines the most recent statistics from the Netherlands.
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New Book Exposes How Assisted Suicide, Euthanasia Prey on People | LifeNews.com

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Saint Jude's Chapel of Hope


Not too many miles from where I live in western North Carolina, there is a tiny chapel called Saint Jude's Chapel of Hope.



In 1981, a lady by the name of Beverly Barutio was diagnosed with advanced cancer. She underwent several rounds of chemotherapry. The cancer continued to advance, and the side effects from the chemotherapy were so bad, that Mrs. Barutio stopped the treatments.

She prayed to God, and to Saint Jude, the patron of hopeless, desperate, and impossible causes. Her prayers were answered, and later checkups revealed no signs of the cancer.

For a number of years, she had wanted to build a chapel to thank God and Saint Jude for her miracle, a place where others could pray and hope for their own miracles. So, some years later, she and her husband moved to Trust, a small mountain community in the mountains of western North Carolina. 


There in 1991, at the intersections of Highway 63 and Highway 209 in Madison County, she and her husband built Saint Jude's Chapel of Hope. A little 12 foot by 14 foot cedar chapel that is always open for anyone to go in to pray, mediate, and hope. At the front of the chapel there is a cross, an open Bible, and a shrine to Saint Jude.

If you are ever in western North Carolina, and would like to visit Saint Jude's Chapel of Hope, it is located between Hot Springs, and Waynesville, N.C. From Waynesville of Hot Springs you can follow Highway 209 to Trust, NC. From Asheville, you can follow Highway 63 (New Leicester Highway) to Trust. It's a beautiful drive

Also, if you go, be sure to stop and eat at the cafe of the Trust General Store. If you leave there hungry, it's your own fault!


Thursday, November 15, 2012

PRAYER TO ST. JOSEPH OVER 1900 YEARS OLD

You need to go see this at my friend Sofia's blog "Always Catholic"!! Click the link below:
PRAYER TO ST. JOSEPH OVER 1900 YEARS OLD

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Only prosecutor ever to criminally charge Planned Parenthood goes before ethics panel Thursday | LifeSiteNews.com

The following excerpts are from LifeSiteNews.com:
  • Topeka, KS, November 14, 2012 (OperationRescue.com) – On Thursday, the final drama in a long and complex chapter of abortion history will play out in a Kansas courtroom. On the line is the law license – and career – of a former Attorney General and District Attorney who is accused of ethics violations for the way he handled investigations of illegal late-term abortions and the concealment of child rape by abortion clinics.
  • Phill Kline is accused of mishandling criminal abortion investigations between 2003 and 2008. The ethics complaint against him was filed by Dan Monet, an attorney that represented an abortionist who was the object of Kline’s investigations. The complaint was fueled by political manipulation and a public campaign to disgrace Kline launched by the abortion-defending local media, which often twisted or misreported facts during Kline’s ordeal that has now spanned nine long years.
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Only prosecutor ever to criminally charge Planned Parenthood goes before ethics panel Thursday | LifeSiteNews.com

Court decision due for Rimsha Masih in Pakistani blasphemy trial : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

The following excerpts are from Catholic Culture's Catholic World News:
  • Pakistan’s High Court in Islamabad has completed its final hearing on the case of Rimsha Mashi, the mentally handicapped young Christian girl who faces blasphemy charges.
  • In final arguments, defense lawyers asked the court to dismiss the complaint, saying that the young girl had been “framed” by an Islamic leader, Imam Khalid Jadoon Chishti, who has already been found guilty of planting evidence. 
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Court decision due for Rimsha Masih in Pakistani blasphemy trial : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

US bishops encourage confession, approve Seelos memorial; economic statement fails to gain approval : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

The following excerpts are from Catholic Culture's Catholic World News:
  • By large margins, members of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops voted to approve a statement encouraging Catholics to go to Confession during Lent (236-1 vote), to approve a statement on Sunday homilies (227-11 vote), and to add the optional memorial of Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos to the US liturgical calendar (213-1 vote). 
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US bishops encourage confession, approve Seelos memorial; economic statement fails to gain approval : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

World's fastest-growing faith? A surprising answer : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

The following excerpts are from Catholic Culture's Catholic World News:
  • What is the world's fastest growing religion
  • The answer from Philip Jenkins, a noted Baylor University scholar specializing in religious history, may come as a surprise. Islam is on the rise in the West, but elsewhere in the world the greatest growth is in Christianity.
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World's fastest-growing faith? A surprising answer : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

PRAYERS FOR THE UNEMPLOYED



O Saint Joseph, we pray to you for those who are out of work, for those who want to earn their living or support their families.

You who are the patron of workers; grant that unemployment may vanish from our ranks; that all those who are ready to work may put their strength and abilities in serving their fellowmen and earn a just salary.

You are the patron of families; do not let those who have children to support and raise lack the necessary means. Have pity on our brothers and sisters held down in unemployment and poverty because of sickness or social disorders. Help our political leaders and captains of industry find new and just solutions. May each and every one have the joy of contributing, according to his abilities, to the common prosperity by an honorable livelihood. Grant that we may all share together in the abundant goods God has given us and that we may help underprivileged countries. Amen.

* * * * * * *

Dear Lord Jesus Christ,
You wanted all who are weary
To come to You for support.
Lord, I am worn out
By my inability to find work.

Guide my steps to a righteous path;
Give me the patience
To find opportunities with a future.
Calm my worries and fears
As my financial responsibilities mount.
Strengthen my resolve;
Embolden my heart to open doors;
Open my eyes to see life beyond rejections.
Help me believe in me.

Let me realize other ways
To bring about Your kingdom on earth.
Let me grow as a person
That I may be worthy
For Your greater glory.
In the name of the Father.

Amen.

* * * * * * *

God, our Father, I turn to you seeking your divine help and guidance as I look for suitable employment. I need your wisdom to guide my footsteps along the right path, and to lead me to find the proper things to say and do in this quest. I wish to use the gifts and talents you have given me, but I need the opportunity to do so with gainful employment. Do not abandon me, dear Father, in this search, but rather grant me this favor I seek so that I may return to you with praise and thanksgiving for your gracious assistance. Grant this through Christ, our Lord. Amen.

Friday, November 09, 2012

'ObamaCare is the law of the land': Boehner says House will not repeal | LifeSiteNews.com

The following excerpts are from LifeSiteNews.com:
  • House Speaker John Boehner, the highest ranking Republican in Washington, has declared, “ObamaCare is the law of the land.”
  • ABC’s Diane Sawyer asked Boehner if he would continue to try to repeal the health care bill in the president’s second term.
  • “I think the election changes that,” Boehner replied. “It’s pretty clear that the president was re-elected. ObamaCare is the law of the land.”
  • He added that there “may be parts of it that we believe need to be changed,” but he had made “no decisions at this point” whether to rescind those specific provisions. 
  • The health care reform bill’s most infamous mandate requires virtually all employers to fund abortion-inducing drugs, as well as contraception and sterilization. Another provision allows insurance companies to cover abortion with a $1 surcharge. 
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'ObamaCare is the law of the land': Boehner says House will not repeal | LifeSiteNews.com

Best child-protection measure is stable family life, says Irish columnist : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

The following excerpts are from Catholic Culture's Catholic World News:
  • Irish columnist David Quinn argues that instead of promoting a child-protection amendment to the nation's constitution (with uncertain results for parental rights), the country's Children's Minister would be better advised to promote stable marriages.
  • After all, Quinn reasons, the best protection children can find is in a home headed by their mother and father.
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Russian Orthodox commission finishes statement on Church primacy : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

The following excerpts are from Catholic Culture's Catholic World News:
  • A commission of Russian Orthodox theologians has completed a draft statement on primacy in the universal Church, which will now be submitted to the Russian Orthodox synod for approval.
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Thursday, November 08, 2012

Exit Polling Data Shows Pro-Lifers Failed to Vote Pro-Life | LifeNews.com

The following excerpts are from LifeNews.com:
  • Exit polling data from Tuesday’s presidential election shows the pro-life movement may have itself to blame partly as pro-life voters failed to either show up to vote in the election or did not support pro-life candidate Mitt Romney if they did.
  • In May, Gallup reported that the percentage of Americans who identify themselves as supporting legalized abortion has dropped to a record low.
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Exit Polling Data Shows Pro-Lifers Failed to Vote Pro-Life | LifeNews.com

Archbishop Cordileone emphasizes that marriage cannot be redefined : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

The following excerpts are from Catholic Culture's Catholic World News:
  • Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco, chairman of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Subcommittee for the Promotion and Defense of Marriage, has issued a statement following ballot victories for same-sex marriage.
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Archbishop Cordileone emphasizes that marriage cannot be redefined : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

Islamists occupy church land in Egypt to protest Coptic pope’s comments : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

The following excerpts are from Catholic Culture's Catholic World News:
  • With police looking on, a crowd of 100 Muslim extremists occupied land belonging to a Coptic Orthodox diocese after Pope Tawadros II, the church’s new head, announced his opposition to the imposition of Islamic law in Egypt. The occupation lasted for over a day.
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Islamists occupy church land in Egypt to protest Coptic pope’s comments : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

Same-sex marriage gains ballot victories : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

The following excerpts are from Catholic Culture's Catholic World News:
  • Voters in Maine and Maryland have approved initiatives legalizing same-sex marriage, and Minnesota voters have rejected a marriage amendment to the state constitution.
  • With 75% of the vote counted in Maine, voters approved same-sex marriage by a 53%-47% margin, just three years after the state’s voters, by the same margin, had repealed a law legalizing same-sex marriage.
  • With 98% of the vote counted in Maryland, voters approved same-sex marriage by a 52%-48% margin.
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Same-sex marriage gains ballot victories : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

Massachusetts voters narrowly defeat assisted-suicide proposal : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

The following excerpts are from Catholic Culture's Catholic World News:
  • Voters in Massachusetts have apparently defeated a referendum that would have legalized physician-assisted suicide, by a razor-thin margin.
  • While media outlets still called the results "too close to call" on the day after the election, proponents of Proposition 2 conceded defeat, admitting that they "fell short" in their campaign for approval.
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Massachusetts voters narrowly defeat assisted-suicide proposal : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

Wednesday, November 07, 2012

MESSAGE OF POPE BENEDICT XVI TO U.S. PRESIDENT OBAMA



Vatican City, 7 November 2012 (VIS) - Benedict XVI, through the apostolic nunciature in Washington, U.S.A., has sent a message to Barack Obama, congratulating him on his re-election as president of the United States of America.

In his message the Holy Father expresses his best wishes to the president on his new mandate, and gives assurances of his prayers to God to help him carry out his serious responsibilities, both in his own country and within the international community. The Pope also speaks of his hope that the ideals of freedom and justice, which guided the founding fathers of the Unites States of America, may continue to shine out as the nation progresses.

Holy See Press Office Director Fr. Federico Lombardi S.J. also made a brief comment on the re-election of President Obama. "As we all know", he said, "the U.S. president has an immense responsibility, not only in his own country but also towards the rest of the world, given the role the U.S.A. plays at an international level".

"For this reason we hope that President Obama will respond to his fellow citizens' expectations, serving law and justice for the good and development of all people, and respecting essential human and spiritual values while promoting a culture of life and religious freedom".


You can find more information at: www.visnews.org
The news items contained in the Vatican Information Service may be used, in part or in their entirety, by quoting the source:
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New Thanksgiving Blend 2012 From Mystic Monk Coffee


The Carmelite Monks of Wyoming have a brand new Mystic Monk Coffee blend available only for a short time. The new blend is appropriately called Thanksgiving Blend 2012.

The Mystic Monk Cofee website gives the following description of the new blend:

"A careful selection of beans from 3 different continents, all roasted to their optimal degree, makes the 2012 Thanksgiving Blend one of the finest coffees we've ever offered!  The deep vanilla and chocolate tones shimmer in the velvety smoothness of the full-bodied roast.

Bold enough to shine with cream and sugar, yet refined enough to be enjoyed black, the Thanksgiving Blend is destined to be one of your favorite coffees."

So be sure to get your Thanksgiving Blend before it's all gone!

Monday, November 05, 2012

POPE BENEDICT XVI'S PRAYER INTENTIONS FOR NOVEMBER



Vatican City, 5 November 2012 (VIS) - Pope Benedict's general prayer intention for November is: "That bishops, priests, and all ministers of the Gospel may bear courageous witness of fidelity to the crucified and risen Lord".

His mission intention is: "That the pilgrim Church on earth may shine as a light to the nations".


Top Senate Races Pro-Lifers Need to Win to Re-Take Senate | LifeNews.com

The following excerpts are from LifeNews.com:
  • The focus of the 2012 election has been on the marquee battle for president, but pro-life advocate needs to focus on these top Senate races.
  • In order to have success in overturning Obamacare, de-funding Planned Parenthood, passing pro-life laws and approving the kinds of judges who would be open to overturning Roe v. Wade, pro-lifers are best helped if pro-life Republicans re-take control of the Senate from pro-abortion Democrats who currently run it.
  • Here is a breakdown of some of the most competitive races where pro-life candidates need the support of pro-life voters:
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Top Senate Races Pro-Lifers Need to Win to Re-Take Senate | LifeNews.com

Sunday, November 04, 2012

Vote!

Don't forget this Tuesday, November 6, is the time for Americans to go vote. If you don't vote, you are not part of the solution, but part of the problem!

VOTE!


Friday, November 02, 2012

Boston Globe editorializes against assisted-suicide legislation in Massachusetts : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

The following excerpts are from Catholic Culture's Catholic World News:
  • A Boston Globe editorial has called for defeat of Proposition 2, a statewide referendum question that would allow for physician-assisted suicide.
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Boston Globe editorializes against assisted-suicide legislation in Massachusetts : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

Bishop Jenky emphasizes religious liberty, speaks of ‘grave sin’ of pro-abortion politicians and ‘their electoral supporters’ : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

The following excerpts are from Catholic Culture's Catholic World News:
  • In a brief but impassioned letter that will be read at Masses in the Diocese of Peoria on November 3 and 4, Bishop Daniel Jenky emphasized threats to the Church’s religious liberty and stated that “Catholic politicians, bureaucrats, and their electoral supporters who callously enable the destruction of innocent human life in the womb” are “objectively guilty of grave sin.”
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Bishop Jenky emphasizes religious liberty, speaks of ‘grave sin’ of pro-abortion politicians and ‘their electoral supporters’ : News Headlines - Catholic Culture

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