Every year the feast of the Epiphany is a day to celebrate man’s powerful need to connect to God. It is a need which drives us to question, search, and seek out the truth. After the wisemen have devoted years to study, they venture into the unknown, following a star of all things, into a… Continue reading Reflections and Art on Epiphany
Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director – Euthanasia Prevention CoalitionNew Mexico’s assisted suicide Bill HB 90, is the most extreme assisted suicide bill that I have ever seen. After reading HB 90 I asked the question: Is the assisted suicide lobby behind HB 90 or is the author of the bill, Deborah Armstrong (Dem) more radical than the rest of the suicide lobby?I didn’t have to wait long for the answer.In her article: End-of-Life option laws should avoid needless red tape, Kim Callinan, the CEO of Compassion & Choices, (formerly known as the Hemlock society) argues that assisted suicide laws require fewer regulations. Callinan
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On January 6, 2019, under the motto “Renew the face of the earth”, the Marches of the Three Kings have passed through the streets of 752 cities in Poland and 22 outside of its borders.
The theme of this year’s Marches of the Three Kings was the encouragement to a deeper reflection on the memorable St. John Paul II’s words, spoken forty years ago, which call for a collective effort to build a better world, to build good in our homeland and to work on the transformation of our hearts.
In the scenario of the Marches of the Three Kings, there were
Denver, Colo., Jan 6, 2019 / 04:01 pm (CNA).- Founder of the pro-abortion campaign “Shout Your Abortion”, Amelia Bonow was featured in a recent kids’ YouTube video to talk abortion with adolescents, telling them that life begins when they decide it does and that abortion is “part of God’s plan.”
The video, entitled “Kids Meet Someone Who’s Had an Abortion,” was published by Seattle-based company HiHo kids, and is a part of a series of videos called “Kids Meet.” Other videos in the series include kids meeting a ventriloquist, a deaf person, a Holocaust survivor, a gender non-conforming person, and a
Here is my homily from January 6, 2019, the Solemnity of the Epiphany. Readings: Isaiah 60.1-6; Psalm 72; Ephesians 3.2-3a, 5-6; Matthew 2.1-12 (See the readings at usccb.org.) We’d love to have you at Mass! Mass times at Holy Spirit Parish are: Saturday, 5pm; Sunday, 10am, 12 noon, and 7pm.
We Three Kings of Orient are, Bearing gifts we traverse afar. . . . Who were these gift-bearing kings, these Wise Men of the East? What has their mission meant to Christians across the ages? […]