DAILY CATHOLIC for 

June 14-15, 2000
WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY
volume 11, no. 108
June 14-15, 2000
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1 INSPIRATION
2 NEWS
3 FEATURES
4 CURRENTS
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen

In each issue of the DAILY CATHOLIC we are pleased to present priceless gems of wisdom from His Excellency Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen who died in 1979. We call it "SIMPLY SHEEN" for he makes living the Gospel so easy when we truly understand it through his treasured inspiration.

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The Holy See claimed victory at the UN over the results of the latest Beijing+5 conference in New York. Archbishop Renato Martino noted that many nations fell in line with the Vatican's stance when they realized the smokescreen the pro-aborts were putting up and ignoring the overall wellbeing of the woman.

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In Dr. Frank Joseph's Pro-Life Prescriptions column this week he categorically points out how the Democratic party, once the proud party of our parents and grandparents, has sold out to the evil one by embracing abortion, homosexuality, immorality, and other vices that cry out to Heaven for vengeance.

For more, see FEATURES.

Pope Benedict XIV

Wednesday is the 249th anniversary of the publication of the encyclical A quo primum by Pope Benedict XIV, the 247th successor of Peter. It was aimed at the Polish Bishops in helping clear the way for harmony between Polish Catholics and Jews living in Poland. The fruits of this encyclical were bittersweet during WWII. Many Catholics were persecuted by the Nazis for helping the Jews, including St. Maximilian Kolbe.

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Pope holds out hope for Korean union as he shares purpose of this year's Jubilee Eucharistic Congress next Sunday during his Regina Coeli Address on Pentecost Sunday
His Holiness reads his Wednesday Message    In his last Regina Coeli Address before returning to his regular Sunday Angelus Addresses, Pope John Paul II reflected on the meaning of Pentecost, shared with all the importance of the meeting of the two Koreas this week in prayerful hope of unity and gave all a sneak preview of the 42nd annual Eucharistic Congress which will begin on Trinity Sunday and conclude on the Feast of Corpus Christi with the solemn celebration he termed Statio Orbis. For the full text of the Holy Father's Address, see THE VICAR OF CHRIST SPEAKS

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2 NEWS
3 FEATURES
4 CURRENTS

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