Contributing Authors


Michael Cain, editor

Fr. Robert J. Fox

Pat Ludwa


Sr. Mary Lucy Astuto

Dr. Frank Joseph

Cyndi Cain





SECTION THREE
COLUMNS-EDITORIALS-ON-GOING SERIES

FEATURES

HOLY TRINITY WEEKEND ISSUE
FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY
June 16-18, 2000,
vol. 11, no. 109


1 INSPIRATION

2 NEWS
3 FEATURES
4 CURRENTS

There is no greater mystery than the Blessed Trinity for there are no limits on God!

Sister Mary Lucy Astuto   In her column this week, Sister Mary Lucy Astuto, in honor of Trinity Sunday, reminds us of the great mystery and beauty of the Triune Divinity and how man's explanation of this august Mystery always comes up short because no finite being can explain it. The noble Saint Patrick came the closest. She brings home how the Trinity is truly a mystery and cannot be explained by man, no matter how hard someone tries for the finite mind cannot fathom the Divine. We must accept on faith that God is Three Persons in One Being. God has indicated it, we believe it, that settles it! She shares her thoughts with us in a column she first wrote back in 1998. For her column, entitled The Greatest Mystery see GETTING TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER


    Appreciation of the Moral Virtues:
    Fortitude
    and
    Temperance

    Today we continue our series in the search to uncover the wonderful treasures of the Church contained in the great Deposit of Faith. We present the second part of a multi-installment catechesis series on the Moral Virtues as explained in My Catholic Faith and a blueprint on how we can overcome vice and temptation by practicing these virtues which are so important in forming our lives to the way God desires. In this issue we cover the virtues of Fortitude and Temperance. For part two in the 172nd installment, see APPRECIATING THE PRECIOUS GIFT OF OUR FAITH


1 INSPIRATION
2 NEWS
3 FEATURES
4 CURRENTS
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