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Mystery of Calvary by Gerard Rooney, C .P. Lives
of great men are written to tell us how they live. The life of God on
earth is written to tell us how he died to make men gods.
Way of Salvation by
Fr. Vincent McCorry, S. J. The
person who believes in what the Acts of the Apostles calls the Way with its
ideals, motives and goals will not be faulted if we periodically reflect on
the issue of how salvation is to be achieved.
Hypocrite & the Martyr by Rev. Joseph Landi, Editor.
Portraying himself as a martyr being hounded by a conspiracy
to discredit him for leading protests of voting-rights abuses, Jessie Jackson
should read the story of a real modern day martyr, Mary Egan.
Me When... by
Luigi Santucci The thief hanging by
Jesus' side was the only one who still believed that he was dying beside a
Cheap Chickens Costs a Lot by Rev. John S. Rausch.
"Voices and Choices" like most pastorals
from regional bishops represents a moral teaching . The pastoral is teaching
people of faith that cheap chicken actually costs a lot, and eating is a
Together To Full Unity by Pope John
Paul II. The
ecumenical movement of the 20th century had the great distinction of clearly
reaffirming the need for a rebirth in Christians of the realization that
faith in Christ unites them and can be the force capable of overcoming all
that separates them.
in Joy by Hubert Van Zeller, O.S.B.
Suffering, left to itself, does not necessarily purify
the soul. There is no guarantee that the sufferer is a better person
than the non-sufferer. Then what is the principle of sacrifice?