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Vol. 20, NO. 2

October 2017

Dear Readers:

            Our Catholic Teaching article in this issue is about Purgatory. We all think we know everything we need to know about this subject; however, it is far reaching and controversial. The word, Purgatory, itself is not in the Bible, and there seems to be as many interpretations of it as there are major Christian religions. It is an interesting topic and I hope it motivates you to learn more about it in your own faith.

            Our next article is all about sex. Our writer, Barbara Margaret, PHD, explains normal biological sex and then the abnormal sexual situations and how they develop. From there she explains the horrific health issues which results from these deviant sexual situations. It is an eye-opening article. It verifies and, strengthens the teaching of our Church.

            This is followed by a timely story on Fatima. Our lady predicted the miracle of the sun months ahead in order to draw an enormous crowd of 50,000 or more people. This is the first time in history a miracle was predicted in both time and place. The miracle itself is unbelievable except it was witnessed by so many people and even covered in many secular newspapers. It is an important message, and all of us need to meditate upon it.

            Following this is a review of Scott Hahn’s CD on The Fourth Cup. He explains Christ's Paschal Sacrifice on the cross as the fulfillment of the traditional “fourth cup” used in the celebration of the Jewish Passover meal. He draws a symbolic parallel to the Last Supper and Christ's death on Calvary. The Eucharist is not just a meal, but a sacrifice, and the crucifixion completed the Jewish liturgy of the Passover at the Last Supper.

            After getting fed-up with the leftist media and their effort to turn the Charlottesville ‘uprising’ into a war on white people, I decided to look into the coverage of the black pastors who were demanding the removal of a bust of Planned Parenthood founder and abortion and eugenics advocate Margaret Sanger be removed from the Smithsonian in Washington. There was no coverage of this woman racist who wanted to end the black population. Why not? It does not support the biased leftist agenda! I decided to cover it myself in our article on Social Justice in the Womb.

            Our guest writer, Paul King, provides an excellent article on the crisis in the church. All of us are aware of this problem. Our emails are full of articles on the falling numbers of those attending Mass, the rise in the numbers of those who have no faith at all, the controversial publications and announcements by our Pope, the controversial statements and actions by many of our cardinals and bishops, and the list goes on and on. Paul, writes of all this, but thankfully, he gives us hope. It is an excellent article. Our article on a Modern Day Saint is Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini. Saint Cabrini was an Italian-American religious sister who founded the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. This was a Catholic religious group which supported the Italian immigrants to the United States. She was canonized on July 7, 1946 and was the first naturalized citizen of the United States to be canonized.

Jim Fritz

 

cc: Most Reverend Bishop Michael J. Bransfield                              

 

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