DAILY CATHOLIC for 

June 30 - July 2, 2000
SACRED AND IMMACULATE HEARTS WEEKEND ISSUE
FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY
volume 11, no. 115
June 30 - July 2, 2000
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1 INSPIRATION
2 NEWS
3 FEATURES
4 CURRENTS

This weekend we highlight the glorious Feasts of the Sacred Heart of Jesus on Friday, June 30th and the next day, First Saturday the Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, the portal, if you will, for the month of the Precious Blood of Jesus. Both these feasts were established by Rome through Private Revelations. Besides the Liturgy for these days and more, we provide special prayers and Consecration to the Two Hearts. For more, see

INSPIRATION
Archbishop Patrick Flores

San Antonio's Archbishop Patrick F. Flores was released from the hospital on Thursday, a day after he had been held hostage by a disgruntled immigrant who was upset because he could find no one to help him stay in the United States. The prelate was held prisoner inside his office for nine hours on Wednesday before he talked the Salvadoran kidnapper into giving himself up and release the Archbishop.
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NEWS
Our Lady of FatimaInspiration of the Holy Spirit

In our editorial this weekend we applaud Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger's commentary on the Third "Secret" of Fatima, published in the last issue, and ask why certain individuals can't let it rest and accept the Holy See's discernment, which comes from the Holy Spirit as "Pearls of Private Revelation." We relate how Private Revelation compliments Public Revelation and vindicates the messenger.
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FEATURES

On Friday we observe the second anniversary of the release of Ad tuendam fidem by His Holiness Pope John Paul II in an effort to keep dissident theologians in check and stop the divisive tactics many were fomenting while sitting in responsible chairs at institutions of higher learning. This papal bull provides strict disciplines if they waiver from the teachings of the Church.
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CURRENTS
Holy Father invites all to enter a new dimension in perceiving the fullness of salvation history and discover the great illumination of the Holy Trinity
His Holiness reads his Wednesday Message    In his General Papal Audience held in St. Peter's Square on Wednesday, the Feast of Saint Iranaeus, His Holiness Pope John Paul II stressed what all will discover on the other side of history and that is "the luminous and full epiphany of the Trinity." He illustrated how throughout Sacred Scripture the Holy Spirit works to reveal to us what lies beyond. Though we don't and can't understand this great Mystery until we are reunited with God in Heaven, we can better appreciate the essence of the Triune Divinity. For the full text of the Holy Father's Address, see THE VICAR OF CHRIST SPEAKS

1 INSPIRATION
2 NEWS
3 FEATURES
4 CURRENTS

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