Martin Luther King Jr. delivered a message of faith, hope and love, niece tells EWTN

Washington D.C., Jan 15, 2021 / 05:23 pm (CNA).- In an interview with EWTN News Nightly (ENN), the niece of Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., Alveda King, highlighted that her famous uncle was a man of faith, who always looked for “nonviolent and Bible-based” solutions to the challenges of his time.  

ENN’s host Tracy Sabol opened the interview, on Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, Jan. 15, highlighting that “honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. still give us as a nation an opportunity to pay tribute to his enduring legacy,” before asking King, director of Civil Rights for the Unborn for Priests for Life, about the civil rights icon’s place in history.

“When I remember my uncle during the Martin Luther King holiday week, I think about his messages of faith, hope and love,” she said, adding that in “all of his life, he exemplified solutions that were nonviolent and Bible-based.”

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A Martyr for the Real Presence

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Paul Comtois gave his life to save the Holy Eucharist

May this account of a sacrifice to save the Sacred Species, by the Honourable Paul Comtois, ex-Lieutenant-Governor of Quebec, help restore faith in the real Presence of Jesus in the Holy Eucharist, to everyone.

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Reader’s Digest Canada Pushes Euthanasia, Ignores Hospice

This article was published by National Review online on January 15, 2021.

By Wesley J Smith

The push is on in Canada to normalize euthanasia as the best way to die — to save money and emotional turmoil. How hard is the push? Reader’s Digest Canada — no less — has published a guide to end-of-life planning that pushes euthanasia and doesn’t even mention hospice.

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Necessary Dispositions for Receiving Holy Communion

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“Lord I am not Worthy”

None of us has the right to require and demand that Christ our God should humble Himself to a much greater extent than even in Bethlehem and on Calvary, by becoming the Bread of Life for us in Holy Communion. We are referring to this when we say that we are not worthy to receive Him, “Lord, I am not worthy that you should come under my roof”. Who could in justice ask for such an infinite gift? This is what we are referring to in saying these words together at Holy Mass.

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British Columbia hospice to be evicted over euthanasia opposition 

CNA Staff, Jan 15, 2021 / 04:47 pm (CNA).- A hospice in Delta, British Columbia is laying off all staff next month as they will be evicted from their building due to their opposition to euthanasia.

The Delta Hospice is a 10-bed hospice. It is operated by the Delta Hospice Society, an organization which was founded in 1991. The hospice is located a one-minute drive away from a hospital which provides euthanasia.

Last year, the Delta Hospice Society was informed that they would be losing $1.5 million in funding from the Fraser Health Authority, a public health care authority in British Columbia, as well as its permission to operate as a hospice, in February 2021. This was due to their refusal to offer “assisted dying,” the Canadian legal term for euthanasia.

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Catechesis on the Eucharistic Sacrifice

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“Above All Else a Sacrifice”

The celebration and offering of the Holy Eucharist is called “the Memorial of the Lord” and “the Memorial of His Passion”. All other memorials, such as Brock’s Monument, are memorials of the life of someone who is dead. This Memorial is the Memorial of the DEATH of Someone Who is ALIVE!

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