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Topics: St. John Paul the Great

Never-before-told stories about St. John Paul the Great — fascinating stories!



May I send you this gift? The timing couldn’t be better with Pope John Paul II having just been canonized! It’s a brand new book by Jason Evert called Saint John Paul the Great — His Five Loves. Jason Evert is the author of many best-selling titles, including Theology of the Body for Teens. Plus, you probably know of Jason Evert from his appearances on EWTN, Fox News and other media outlets. Let me tell …

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The End of America—as America



Editor’s Note:  G.K. Chesterton once wrote that “Tolerance is the last virtue of a man without principle.”  The godless secularists demand that people of faith tolerate all manner of evil, and in return they give us nothing except what Blessed John Paul called “a thinly disguised totalitarianism.”     America remains the home of the brave—if you doubt that, google the name Michael Monsoor—but is it still the land of the free?  This question is ever more …

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The United Nations must love Catholics, we give them their best ideas.



Hmmm. This conference, and its related International Year of Youth, bear an uncanny resemblance to a certain tradition that the Catholic Church has been practicing since 1986: World Youth Day. World Youth Day, Rome, 2000. Take, for instance, the UN’s latest initiative, aimed at the world’s youth. The International Year of Youth was initiated by the United Nations at the end of last year, and officially began on August 12, 2010. According to the UN, …

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From the Countries



The Manhattan Declaration A Call of Christian Conscience On November 20, 2009, a group over 170 Christian leaders in the United States signed a document pledging that they, and the congregations they led, would abide by certain fundamental, shared Christian principles. This coalition of Christian groups pledges to place these social principles above any law or statute, even if that means civil disobedience. The Declaration’s web site sums up the key social issues as the …

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February 20 — The Pope and Nancy Pelosi



Para leer este boletín en español, haga click aquí. Para ler este boletim em portugués faça clique. 20 February 2009 — Vol. 11/No. 07 American Catholics, at least those who frequent the pews and practice their faith, have long wanted their bishops to tell wayward Catholic politicians that they cannot, at one and same time, promote abortion and remain in good standing with the Catholic Church. Now, the most powerful American Catholic politician has been …

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From the Countries



PRI to Make Strategic Presentation at Upcoming Vatican-Sponsored Family Summit Carlos Beltramo, PRI’s European representative, recently met with Vatican representatives to discuss the upcoming Sixth Meeting of the Families of the World, which will take place in Mexico City from January 13-19, 2008. The conference is being organized by the Pontifical Council for the Family and will focus on life and family issues, Dr. Beltramo shared with Bishop Grzegorz Kaszak, Secretary of the Council, some …

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Contraception Is Never Abortion? It Depends On What the Meaning Of “Pregnant” Is



11 August 2008     Vol. 10 / No. 32 Contraception Is Never Abortion? It Depends On What the Meaning Of “Pregnant” Is Abortion advocates are up in arms about new federal regulations to protect pro-life health care providers. According to a draft recently leaked to the New York Times, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is planning to propose regulations that would refuse HHS funding to health care providers who discriminate against employees on …

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The Culture Of Life Foundation and the Rebuilding Of Our Society



  29 July 2008     Vol. 10 / No. 30 The Culture Of Life Foundation and the Rebuilding Of Our Society With the 40th anniversary of Pope Paul VI’s Humanae Vitae so recently behind us, it is worth noting the strength and courage of the pro-life movement in the United States. Yes, the ubiquitous culture of death still surrounds us daily, but more and more courageous individuals and organizations are rising to stem the tide. As …

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