Good news: the SARS-CoV-2 virus isn’t killing us nearly as fast as it was in April, May and the first part of June.
Bad news: the COVID-19 pandemic is still in progress. Minnesotans are still dying. So are folks in other states and nations….
…There is, however, quite a bit we can do to help each other. If we use our brains. COVID-19, Minnesota and Me Minnesota Masks: Executive Order 20-81 Common Sense Watching the Weirdness Wannabe Prophets and Need-to-Know The Paranoids are After Me!!! Conspiracy Theories: the Usual Suspects PoliticsMore at A Catholic Citizen in America.
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At an abortion facility, those carrying out the procedure never permit women to actually see the baby they have aborted. But women aborting by themselves at home will see.
All Christians must be aware that the anti-life left is not content to be in favor of abortion, euthanasia, and transgender operations only for leftists themselves.
Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia said the image ‘portrays a Catholic family model’ and has nothing ‘inappropriate.’ Twitter then censored the image.
Bishops ‘may entrust the pastoral care of a parish to a deacon, to a consecrated religious or layperson, or even to a group of persons.’
On Saturday, 25 July, I will say Holy Mass for the intention of my benefactors.
I regularly pray for and say Masses for my regular and occasional donors and those who send items from my wishlist. It is my pleasure and duty to do so.
Your use of my Amazon link is a major part of my income. It helps to pay for insurance, groceries, everything. Please remember me when shopping online. Thanks in advance.
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A progress report on emergency aid dispatched at the height of the lockdown in Pakistan shows how it has provided a lifeline for more than 2,000 Christians threatened with starvation.
More than 500 families across Faisalabad in the Punjab province received food rations as part of a COVID-19 relief package from Aid to the Church in Need, the Catholic charity for persecuted and other suffering Christians.
Amid reports that some local NGOs were refusing to give emergency provisions to non-Muslims, ACN’s project partners on the ground have distributed more than 70 percent of the aid to Christians, whose access to employment is mostly restricted to low-paid jobs.
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