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Boldness by Bishop Joseph McKinney Humility
starts with the realization that God is with us and we are powerless without
him. When we are justified by faith, we are at peace with God through our
Lord, Jesus Christ.
Baptism by Fire
Sr. Francis Clare .
Is the experience of Baptism in the
Holy Spirit an experience for you? Read what Sr. Francis Clare has to
say about her experience. "If there is one thing that I have
learned," she writes, "It is that we do not make a mistake
in following those quiet inspirations of the Spirit."
By Any Other Name... by Rev. Joseph Landi, Editor. The
killing of an infant by any name is still infanticide whether the mother,
the doctor, or the boy next door does it. With the opinion of the
Supreme Court in the Nebraska, with its lack of moral turpitude, the
pendulum has gone as far as it can. It is lawful murder.
Fulfillment by Fr. Bruce Nieli, C.S.P.
AS Pope John Paul II points out, the Jubilee was meant
to restore equality among all the children of Israel, for the riches of
Creation were to be considered a common good of the whole of humanity.
It was Jesus who fulfilled and made universal through his Holy Spirit the
Jewish tradition of Jubilee.
Pay Mirrors an Ugly System by Rev. John S. Rausch.
Between 1990 and 1998, average CEO pay rose 443
percent, while workers' pay rose only 28 percent. Critics of
excessive executive pay recognize the power of money in the political
process. What's a Christian to do?
in Communication by Pope John
Paul II. In the
world of journalism this is a time of profound changes. The proliferation
of new technologies is affecting every area and involves every human
being. What is the moral and spiritual good of the journalism?
His Holiness call journalism "a sacred task." What do you
Reflections on the Book of Jeremiah (Bible Study--Chapter
1 & 2) This
book portrays a nation in crisis and introduces the reader
to an extraordinary leader upon whom the Lord placed the heavy burden of
the prophetic office.