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
TUESDAY-THURSDAY, June 6-8, 2000, vol. 11, no. 105


1 INSPIRATION

2 NEWS
3 FEATURES
4 CURRENTS




Like a bird in a guilded cage, the editor was shut down last week, ending up in the hospital with plenty of time to think and pray!     In our editorial today, we share with you the trials and travails this editor underwent last week and why God put him on the shelf for a few days to reflect and pray. The Holy Spirit often needs quiet and rest to get through to our thick skulls.. Yes, it interrupted the flow of the DAILY CATHOLIC, but in the long run is a blessing in disguise as we reveal in today's commentary. This week we must go to abbreviated issues, publishing three times a week instead of five while the editor recovers. Therefore there will be an issue each Monday for Monday-Tuesday, then a Wednesday-Thursday issue, and a weekend Friday-Saturday-Sunday issue through the month of June, enabling the editor to fully regain his strength. Though we may not always understand why, God has His reasons and it is not ours to question why. The why, however, becomes ever more obvious when you read his column "...as you did it for one of these, the least of my brethren, you did it for Me.". It is a revelation to all that one man can't do it all, just as Jesus asks all to pitch in, we are asking you to help; in any way you can. See, CATHOLIC PewPOINT


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 second 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 two in the 167th installment, see APPRECIATING THE PRECIOUS GIFT OF OUR FAITH


1 INSPIRATION
2 NEWS
3 FEATURES
4 CURRENTS

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