From the Chicago Sun Times
‘Philadelphia prosecutors have rested after five weeks of evidence against an abortion provider charged with killing a patient and seven babies. The move comes after a whistleblower said she saw more than 10 babies breathe before they were killed at Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s Clinic. Witness Kareema Cross also saw three babies move limbs and fourth made a sound. ”
In this writer’s opinion, it stands the reason why of more proof that we have to over turn Roe V. Wade and how anyone who may really go along with this stuff and feel it is right makes me dumb struck!
Birmingham, AL. –
CHICAGO TRIBUNE JUNE 16, 2011
Alabama Governor Robert Bentley on Wednesday signed into law a bill banning abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, making it the fifth state to enact such a restriction this year. The law goes into effect September 1. The measure which was approved by the large majorities in both chambers of the Republican controlled legislature, makes performing such procedures a felony, with no exceptions.
Alabama law currently allows abortion up to the stage of fetal viability usually up to the stages 24 to 26 weeks gestation. Good for them! Too bad it the South who have the good ideas into action in this writer’s opinion!
EVANGELIZATION IS ROOTED IN A PERSONAL ENCOUNTER WITH JESUS CHRIST.
‘ Christianity is not a new philosophy or new morality. We are Christians only if we encounter Christ…..Only in this personal relationship with Christ, only in this encounter with the Risen One do we really become Christians……. There fore, let us pray to the Lord to enlighten us so that, in our world, HE will grant us the encounter with his presence, and thus give us a lively faith, an open heart, and great charity for all, capable of renewing the world. ‘
EVANGELIZATION IS A MISSION OF THE CHURCH.
” We cannot keep to ourselves the word of eternal life given to us in our encounter with Jesus Christ: they are ment for everyone, for every man and woman…. It is our responsibility to pass on what, by God grace, we ourselves have received’ — Pope Benedict XVI Vacican City on September 3, 2008 Well put in the Catholic American’s opinion.
‘Born the son of God, He was the son of man, lived as a servant’s life so selflessly. But the people couldn’t understand how he fit in their plan, so they crucified him to a tree. Three days had gone by and there his body lay. The tomb was sealed, a guard was standing by. The ground beneath began to shake, the stone was rolled back in the quake. Jesus rose again! He was alive!
Once and for all Christ has redeemed us. Once and for all he died to set us free. By the sacrifice he made, our debt of sin was paid, to bring us back to God once and for all. Sin, where, is your victory? Death where is your sting? The grave has been defeated, could not hold the king of kings!’
HAPPY EASTER TO ALL!
Robert L. Jones
By Father Thomas Rosica-
This past January, I was attending the World Youth Day 2011 International Preparatory Meeting of the Episcopal Conferences of the world, which includes leaders of international youth movements and the Spanish national team for world Youth Day 2011, taken place in the Royal Monastery of El Escorial in the mountains outside Madrid in Spain. On the Friday of our meetings, they were interrupted when Cardinal Stanislas Rylko, President of the Pontifical Council for the laity at the Vatican. Made the important announcement to share.
Pope Benedict XVI had approved the miracle attributed to the venerable Servant Of God, POPE JOHN PAUL II, thus clearing the way for his beatification. Cardinal Rylko then announced that Pope Benedict himself, would formally proclaim John Paul ‘Blessed on May 1, 2011 during a ceremony in St Peters Square at the Vatican. In this writer’s opinion, Good for Pope John Paul! He deserves the time in the light and in many people’s opinions, is the best of the best of popes in our time! See more of the story at
The March For Life is an annual demonstration advocating leaders of congress to implement polices that protect and preserve life from start to finish. The Catholic Church traditionally sponsors interested youth to go on the trip with qualified adults chaperones each year at this time.
The experience includes seeing the sights of Washington D.C. and meeting with congressional leaders to express our views. We also make arrangements to worship and pray with other Catholics at the Basilica Of the Immaculate Conception. Please call Dave Heimann @ 1(773)-307-3719 or go to www.releventradio.com for more information on this and other events. GOD BLESS YOU!!
This is a good summary in light the troubles in the Midlle East and the murder of Catholics there putting out the good word to the people. Here is some of the writing that I wanted to share with you. Hope you enjoy it.
‘Ask, am I a generous giver? Or am I selfish with my time, talents, or time? St. Paul says in Cor. 9-6 “whoever sow sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows bountifully will reap bountifully.”
What is St.Paul talking about? Do we sow love bountifully? Do we see Christ in each person we meet? Can we see Jesus in the poor homeless person as in the wealthy businessman? It was the self sacrificing love of Christ that saved the world? I believe that it is though giving away all the gifts God has given to us in love and mercy that we sow bountifully and generously in 2011. In this writer’s opinion, well put Deacon and I agree with you.
-T.C CUMMISKEY Writer