Jul 26, 2011

Novena for 40 Days

Jul 28 Thu 7PM Knight of Columbus Business Meeting St. Paul's
Jul 30 Sat Morning Prayer Vigil Protest in front of Planned Parenthood on Pleasant St. Park on Dewey or Hudson St., or Blessed Sacrament Church
Jul 31 after 10:15 AM Mass at St. Paul's cathedral - KofC Coffee shop - downstairs, featuring fried Egg&cheese&ham sandwiches

Gays and the Sin of Pride

Aug 5 Fri 8PM 1st Friday Mass followed by all night Eucharistic Adoration. Let me know if you cannot cover your hour.
Aug 6 8AM 1st Saturday Mass with Fr. Roy Problem Pregnancy Chapel
Aug 6 Sat 11AM Our Lady of Mercy Maronite Church June St. Worc, 1st Saturday Devotion returns after two months off, Confessions, Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet, Noon Divine Liturgy Maronite Rite.
Aug 7-15 Novena for 40-Days for Life Fall Campaign - Order FREE Prayer cards

On Archbishop Chaput being selected to run Philly:
Rocco Palma "He is brash, outspoken and fearless -- energetic, colorful, cultured...indeed, even hard-core....he stands set to bring the most revolutionary change American Catholicism’s most traditional major outpost has known in at least a century, to begin its rebuilding from the ashes of the darkest hour in its long, storied history..."
National Review: "[Pope] John Paul insisted that the Church doesn’t have a mission, as if “mission” were one among a dozen things the Catholic Church does. No, John Paul taught, the Church is a mission, such that everything and everyone in the Church ought to be measured by what the management types would call mission-effectiveness.
The old warhorses of the post–Vatican II debates, on either end of the Catholic spectrum, don’t get this; they’re still mud-wrestling within the old paradigm. But Archbishop Charles Chaput gets it, big time."

Aug 28 Sun 1-6PM St. Paul's Parish Picnic

America Needs Fatima, http://www.americaneedsfatima.org/ great web site for rosary
Oct 15 Sat. Noon Public Square Rosary - 2,000 Rosary rallies in 2007 grew to 5,963 last year, 2011 goal is 7000 locations across N.America. See you on Pleasant St.

Sept28-Nov6 Fall 40 Days for Life. 714 babies saved during Spring campaign. If you can volunteer to help please contact Lee Crowley, Sandra Kucharski or Pauline Morris.

Oct 7-9 Voter's Values Summit Omni Shoreham Hotel Washington DC, featuring Sean Hannity, William Bennett. Glenn Beck. http://www.valuesvotersummit.org/

Ruth Pakaluk's opening statement during her Pro-Life debate, Jan 1995 at Boston College

Nov 4-5 Fr. Apostoli comes to RI

A blonde blue-eyed Aryan Scandinavian, Anders Behring Breivik, kills dozens of other blonde blue-eyed Aryan Scandinavians, yet the media claims it's because of Islamophobia.
Breivik "redefines" Christian, and the media believe him so they can label him a Christian Terrorist: “If you have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and God then you are a religious Christian. Myself and many more like me do not necessarily have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and God. We do however believe in Christianity as a cultural, social, identity and moral platform. This makes us Christian.”

Breivik is the mirror product of an increasingly rising tension in the world today. Under the seemingly placid exterior of Western Europe, the old devils lurk.

What you won't hear from the media about this mass murder of kids at a "political" camp: "Utoya Island Meeting was an anti-Israel rally. Check out the "Boycott Israel" sign...The main activity at the Utoya Island Meeting were mock "Break the Israel blockade" games. One event was Palestinian aide boats would try to break the Israel blockage. Whoever gets through first wins."

Jay G.
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Tom said...

The Oslo Butcher [was] for Abortion [and] Satanism [but against Catholicism]

The Eponymous Flower

For a time Anders Breivik wanted to be Catholic. Actually he remarked that Benedict XVI is a "cowardly, incompetent, corrupt and illegitimate Pope".

More at http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2011/07/oslo-butcher-is-for-abortion.html

JayG said...

Norway was the midwife for Black Metal. They kill each other and burn Churches. But never get a prison sentence greater than 21 years.

Paul Anthony Melanson said...

St. John of the Cross said that in the evening of life we will be judged on love. What a frightening thought for much of society today.

How great will be the sentence in the next world?