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
MONDAY, June 5, 2000, vol. 11, no. 104


1 INSPIRATION

2 NEWS
3 FEATURES
4 CURRENTS



Beware of the charlatans in the Church who would deceive and divert you from the true purpose Christ intended. Their tricks are not in accordance with the Magisterium, but rather black magic from the dark prince below!    In his column today, Pat Ludwa resumes his intuitive writings pointing out the swift of hand that the modernists employ in practicing deception and diversion which is not magic, but the workings of the evil one. This is danger with a capital "D" and he warns us in his inimitable way with excellent references to Sacred Scripture what we need to do to avoid being suckered by these charlatans of swindle and deceit. He caps his column this week with Saint Paul's words - "Don't be deceived.", finalizing his argument with Paul's words in Galatians 1: 9, " If any one is preaching to you a gospel contrary to that which you received, let him be accursed." For Pat's column today, Diversion can be deceptive and dangerous , see VIEW FROM THE PEW


Appreciation of the Theological Virtues of Faith, Hope and Charity

    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 first part of the catechesis on the Theological Virtues as explained in My Catholic Faith and the order of the three in which we must have Faith and Hope to reach Heaven, but the most important of these is Charity which lasts forever. Faith is the root, Hope the trunk, and the fruit of this tree is Charity. Without the fruits, the tree will wither and die. For part one in the 167th installment, see APPRECIATING THE PRECIOUS GIFT OF OUR FAITH


1 INSPIRATION
2 NEWS
3 FEATURES
4 CURRENTS

June 5, 2000     volume 11, no. 104   Front Page