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January 23 is the Feast Day of St. Marianne Cope. In 1883, she arrived in Honolulu, Hawaii, with six of her Sisters. They expected to travel on to Molokai to help St. Damien de Veuster minister to the lepers.  

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Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
January 18 - 25, 2015
 
  “Commitment to the unity of Christians is not just a task for the few, or an appendage to the life of the Church. Each is called to offer his or her contribution to help take those steps towards the full communion of all Christ's disciples, never forgetting that it is, above all, a gift constantly to be implored from God.”   Pope Benedict XVI

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The 2015 March for Life!

The 2015 National March for Life will take place on January 22nd with the theme, “Every Life Is a Gift!”  

A few years ago, I helped to lead the March with the Missionary Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Image of Jesus King of All Nations. As we waited to begin the March, the odor of incense manifested itself from the heart of Jesus in His Image and filled the street. 

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Nasarean.org

Throughout the world, but especially in the Middle East, our Christian brothers and sisters are facing persecution, ethnic cleansing, martyrdom and genocide. Nasarean.org is dedicated to helping our brethren by producing items marked with the Arabic "N" - this symbol has been painted on the houses of Christians to identify them for martyrdom and to mark out their presence, similar to the use of the Star of David by the Nazis.

 

While the eyes of the world were focused on the deaths of 17 people in Paris by militant Muslims, nobody saw the 2000 Christians killed by the Boco Haram militant Muslims during the preceding four days in Nigeria.
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US/Russia/China Personal Report from Moscow

US/Russia/China relations are not very happy. I quote below from what Dr. Robert Moynihan, editor of Inside the Vatican magazine, wrote on January 3 and 4 from his retreat in a monastery in Manoppello, Italy, about a Skype conversation with his friend in Russia. He wrote, “I don’t know what to do.”

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The Bishop Finn story is not over. The State is finished with him, but the Church has started its own investigation regarding his fitness to serve as a bishop.  Read on.

Robert Finn is the bishop of the diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph in Missouri.

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As a former lawyer and judge, I believe that obedience to the law is the answer to Ferguson style violence. If there had been obedience to lawful authority, there would not have been any death and violent mayhem in Ferguson.

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Sadly, Our Lady of America Statue Was Not Processed

At a time when we are faced with the dangers of untold terror, violence and war, the use of nuclear weapons by rogue regimes, worldwide persecution of Christians, economic devastation and the plague of Ebola, Our Lady’s requests are most urgent and beg your attention!

The statue of the Queen of Our Country must be solemnly processed and displayed in our National Shrine to be a safeguard for our country. Please help her.

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The Book of Eli is a 2010 movie starring Denzel Washington. It is about a man named Eli who carries a book alone across America towards the West. A “voice” told him to preserve the book. He is on a trek of 30 years since an apocalyptic war. The book is the King James version of the Bible, a Bible without many of the parts of the true Bible.

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Brittany Maynard, 29, died in Portland, Oregon on Saturday after publicly announcing her intention to commit suicide in a video seen by millions. She committed suicide by taking fatal drugs legally provided by her doctors for her so-called "mercy killing."

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Pope Francis brought together Church leaders from around the world for the Extraordinary Synod on the Family that ends on October 19.
 
He wrote that there are “three main areas under discussion in the Church: how the Gospel of the Family can be preached in the present-day; how the Church’s pastoral care program for the family might better respond to the new challenges today; and how to assist parents in developing a mentality of openness to life and in upbringing their children.” (Instrumentum Laboris).

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Is Pope Francis Changing Church Teaching on Human Life and Sexuality?

Pope Francis recently gave an interview for publication by the Jesuits. The secular media have labeled him as a liberal and misconstrued his interview in their wishful thinking that he will change Church teaching on human life and sexuality.

Popes are neither liberals nor conservatives on Church teaching, as politicians are often labeled. Also, they are not like politicians who can change policy with changes of administration. Popes are faithful to the constant teaching of the Church. So we need not fear that he will change the Church’s teaching that contraception, abortion and legalized same sex relationships are intrinsically and always evil.

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URGENT! Sign the Our Lady of America Petition Today!

Our Lady of America promised that she would be a safeguard for our country, if her statue were solemnly processed and displayed in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington DC.

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Pope Francis, "I Want the Church to Go Into the Streets"

Pope Francis told the youth at World Youth Day on July 26, “I want the Church to go out into the streets, I want us to defend ourselves against all worldliness, opposition to progress, from that which is comfortable, from that which is clericalism, from all that which means being closed up in ourselves. Parishes, schools, institutions are made in order to come out … if they do not do this, they become a non-governmental organization, and the Church must not be an NGO.”

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We must turn to the intercession of Our Lady of America who said that she is the Immaculate One and the Patroness of Our Land. We must ask her to free us from oppression and to protect us from God’s punishment.
 

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Write your Bishop using this sample letter that you may send to him requesting that he honor Our Lady's request for the Solemn Procession and Placement of her statue.

 

 
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