DAILY CATHOLIC for 

October 13 to 19, 2000
83rd Anniversary of Fatima Apparitions22nd Anniversary of John Paul II's Pontificate
Nearing the Fulfillment of Fatima
with two special anniversaries this week!


FRIDAY-THURSDAY
volume 11, nos. 199-205
Daily Issues for Week of October 13-19, 2000

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1 FRIDAY     no. 199
October 13
Weekday/ OUR
LADY OF FATIMA

2 SATURDAY     no. 200
October 14
Weekday/Pope Saint
Callixtus I
/
BVM on Sat
3 SUNDAY     no. 201
October 15
28th SUNDAY
St. Teresa of Avila
4 MONDAY     no. 202
October 16
Weekday/St. Hedwig and
St. M. Mary Alacoque

5 TUESDAY     no. 203
October 17
Saint Ignatius of
Antioch
, Bishop

6 WEDNESDAY   no. 204
October 18
SAINT LUKE
Evangelist

7 THURSDAY     no. 205
October 19
Feast of North American Martyrs


For nearly 2000 years we have believed Jesus is truly present in the Most Blessed Sacrament. As our saintly Holy Father celebrates the 22nd year of his pontificate, I am overjoyed to share a mystical vision of our Eucharistic Lord.


       In our editorial this week, I am ecstatic to share a vision this editor had while in adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament of the Altar. I have always believed, by faith, that Jesus is truly present, Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity. After that First Friday in September I feel like Saint Thomas: "My Lord and my God!" or Mary Magdalen when she saw Him on Easter morning, "Master!" These are difficult times we live in, but they are also wondrous times when His mystical signs and wonders beckon us closer to Him in the Holy Eucharist. His Blessed and Immaculate Mother Mary is pleading for us to turn to her Divine Son, for He alone is the Truth, the Way and the Life. As Saint Peter replied, "Lord, to whom shall we go?", I echo the same for I have seen Him in the Holy Eucharist and He has asked me, along with all other Catholics and Christians who believe, to be His prisms reflecting His Mercy and Love to so many darkened souls that the Light may penetrate and more will be saved. For our commentary, A truly awesome vision to behold and adore in awe! see CATHOLIC PewPOINT


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  • FRIDAY
    83rd Anniversary of Final Apparition at FatimaThe sun danced on this day 83 years ago

    On October 13th we celebrate the 83rd Anniversary of the Final Apparition at Fatima in which the sun danced in the sky to the amazement of 70,000 in attendance near the Cova in Portugal. This wondrous event was a sign from God of the importance of the Fatima message. Sister Mary Lucy Astuto writes today about Our Lady's role in God's plan for us.
    SATURDAY

    On October 14th, in honor of the Jubilee of Families, we introduce a special series on the Charism of Conjugal Love AT ONE WITH GOD based on inspiration from the Holy Spirit by way of Sacred Scripture, Church teaching, the Catechism and the writings of the Popes of the past four decades.
    SUNDAY
    St. Teresa of Avila

    On October 15th we complete our series of installments of the important document on "No Salvation Outside the Church" Dominus Jesus. One who believed strongly in maintaining traditions and the teachings was Saint Teresa of Avila, the great Carmelite of Spain and first woman Doctor of the Church.
    MONDAY

    On October 16th we celebrate the 22nd Anniversary of the selection of Cardinal Karol Wojtyla as the 265th successor of Peter, taking the name Pope John Paul II. To commemorate this auspicious occasion, we provide a comprehensive chronological account of the remarkable life and events of this amazing, holy man God has sent to bridge the millenniums in these difficult times.
    TUESDAY
    The sins of omission has caused hearts to grow cold

    On October 17th we bring you the fourteenth installment of Cyndi Cain's inspirational SYMPHONY OF SUFFERING as she enlightens all that the true reason hearts have grown cold, why we have empowered satan is because of our sins of omission. We will all have to answer to God, for when we do nothing, we are still very, very accountable before Him.
    WEDNESDAY
    Please don't let satan snatch more innocentssatan will have a real field day if we don't vote for Life

    On October 18th in his Pro-Life Prescriptions column Dr. Frank Joseph entreats all to shut out satan and heed the Holy Father's words, "If you want equal justice for all and true freedom and lasting peace, then, America, defend life." It's up to all Catholics to uphold the Sanctity of Life and we can do so through prayer and at the ballot box. America's soul is at stake!
    THURSDAY

    On October 19th we commemorate the Feasts of the North American Martyrs Saint Isaac Jogues, S.J., Saint John de Brebeuf and their companion martyrs who were massacred by the fierce Mohawk Indians in 1646. Today we also continue our GIFT OF OUR FAITH series on the Second Commandment, focusing on Oaths and Vows.
    1 FRIDAY     no. 199
    October 13
    Weekday/ OUR
    LADY OF FATIMA

    2 SATURDAY     no. 200
    October 14
    Weekday/Pope Saint
    Callixtus I
    /
    BVM on Sat
    3 SUNDAY     no. 201
    October 15
    28th SUNDAY
    St. Teresa of Avila
    4 MONDAY     no. 202
    October 16
    Weekday/St. Hedwig and
    St. M. Mary Alacoque

    5 TUESDAY     no. 203
    October 17
    Saint Ignatius of
    Antioch
    , Bishop

    6 WEDNESDAY   no. 204
    October 18
    SAINT LUKE
    Evangelist

    7 THURSDAY     no. 205
    October 19
    Feast of North American Martyrs

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