August 23, 2000
Feast of
Saint Rose of Lima
Saint Rose of Lima, the New World's first saint
volume 11, no. 148
August 23, 2000
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Pro-Life Prescriptions:

The Pro-Aborts' creed:
1973 - 2000
"We pledge allegiance to the flag of prosperity and perdition through the dagger of deceit"
    ...the same demonic dagger that has ripped over 40 million unborns from the womb! Their platform is a bill of goods that is bad, really, really bad for souls everywhere!

      In today's issue Dr. Frank Joseph doesn't mince words in describing the modus operandi of the Democratic Party in trying to sell a platform to a gullible nation. It is a bill of goods that is bad, really, really bad as in sinful with a capital "S"...as in abortion with the scarlet letter "A." He asks how is this method of manslaughter any different than Hitler's edict to eliminate those who didn't measure up to his concept of what society should be. While such an analogy may shock some, consider the shock that the Nazis killed only 1/6th of the amount murdered through abortion over the past 27 years. Dr. Frank points out that even one life taken out of selfishness and greed is a shock, but the staggering number of over 40 million unborn souls, which doesn't even take into consideration the millions who never even had a chance through the horrific abortion pill or various methods of contraception, cries out to Heaven for vengeance. Staying clear of political issues and emphasizing the moral issues so apparent in this presidential election, Dr. Joseph reminds all of Almighty God's pledge as the Apostle Saint Paul states in Romans 12: 19, Vengeance is Mine; I will repay, says the Lord." He also reemphasizes God's words in Exodus 20: 13, "Thou shalt not kill." For Dr. Joseph's column The Democratic Party has learned well from Hitler, see Pro-Life Prescriptions: LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL!

to Defend Life
and pray that there will be
No more Blood and Gore!!

   We encourage you to go to the Pro-Life links below to keep up to date on the great battle between life and death - the Sanctity of Life vs. the culture of death led by pro-abort candidates and those who would advance immorality, sodomy, perjury, etc. We refer you to our HOMEPORT ENTRY PAGE where you will find a typograph of a chalice, a chalice overflowing with the innocent blood of the aborted babies nearing 40 to 50 million. Enough is enough! The story and our purpose is outlined in this typograph and for more information and why we will not give up, see DEFEND LIFE Pray and urge others to VOTE FOR LIFE!

Pro-Life Infonet

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    First Reading: Ezechiel 34: 1-11
    Psalms: Psalm 23: 1-6
    Gospel Reading: Matthew 20: 1-16
St. Rose of Lima
Feast of Saint Rose of Lima, Virgin and Religious

       God our Father, for love of You St. Rose gave up everything to devote herself to a life of penance. By the help of her prayers may we imitate her selfless way of life on earth and enjoy the fullness of Your blessings in Heaven.

Taken from the Opening Prayer for the Feast of Saint Rose of Lima.

Taken from the Gospel for Wednesday's Mass

"Even so the last shall be first, and the first last; for many are called, but few are chosen.."

Matthew 20: 16

Events that happened Today in Church History

Pope Clement IVPope Gregory XPope Honorius IV    Today we commemorate the 715th anniversary of the death of Saint Philip Benizi, Confessor, Servite Prior and Superior General who might have succeeded Pope Clement IV in 1265, but felt unworthy and retreated out of the public light to pray, not emerging until the Holy Abbot Hildebrand was chosen as Clement's successor and took the name Pope Gregory X who today is blessed. St. Benizi was a great orator and administrator as provincial of his Order, who, in the autumn of his life, withdrew from the active ministry to a more contemplative life of prayer and solitude. He died this day in 1285 during the pontificate of Pope Honorius IV, the thirteenth Pontiff during St. Philip's lifetime. See MILLENNIUM MILESTONES AND MEMORIES

Famous quotes of Bishop Fulton J. SheenOur greatest fear should be sin!

   They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but the words of Bishop Fulton J. Sheen have been known to launch a thousand images in one's mind, one of the ways this late luminary did so much to evangelize the faith. Because of the urgency of the times and because few there are today who possess the wisdom, simplicity and insight than the late Archbishop who touched millions, we are bringing you daily gems from his writings. The good bishop makes it so simple that we have dubbed this daily series: "SIMPLY SHEEN".

    "It is our loves and desires that determine our pains. If our supreme love is the pleasure of the body, then our greatest pain is loss of health; if our supreme love is wealth, then our deepest worry is insecurity; and if our supreme love is God, then our greatest fear has to be sin."
The Gospa's message for July Monthly Medjugorje Message for July 2000

    NOTE: We respectfully recognize and accept the final authority regarding apparitions, locutions and prophecies presently being reported around the world rests with the Holy See of Rome and the Magisterium of Holy Mother Church to whose judjment we humbly and obediently submit. For more Our Lady's message for July and more on Medjugorje, click on MEDJUGORJE AND MORE
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St. Jane de Chantal
2 SATURDAY     no. 144
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Weekday/St. John Eudes
BVM on Saturday
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August 20, 2000
4 MONDAY     no. 146
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Saint Pius X
Pope of the Eucharist

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Saint Rose of Lima
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