DAILY CATHOLIC for 

September 15 to 24, 2000
Saint Matthew Our Lady of Sorrows From the
Feast of
Our Lady of Sorrows
to the
Feast of the
Apostle and Evangelist
Saint Matthew


FRIDAY-THURSDAY
volume 11, nos. 171-177
Daily Issues for Week of September 15-21, 2000

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1 FRIDAY     no. 171
September 15
Feast of Our
Lady of Sorrows

2 SATURDAY     no. 172
September 16
Saint Pope Cornelius &
Saint Cyprian, Martyrs

3 SUNDAY     no. 173
September 17
24th SUNDAY IN
ORDINARY TIME

4 MONDAY     no. 174
September 18
Weekday in
Ordinary Time

5 TUESDAY     no. 175
September 19
Weekday/
Saint Januarius, Martyr
6 WEDNESDAY   no. 176
September 20
Feast of the
Korean Martyrs

7 THURSDAY     no. 177
September 21
SAINT MATTHEW
Apostle and Evangelist

Only then can Mary's Immaculate Heart fully triumph and satan's head be crusheduntil it forms a tsunami of graces that will engulf the worldand cascading into a waterfall of love, splashing hard hearts with goodnessrippling across the pond of evangelization It begins with a drop of graceThe Triumph of Mary's Immaculate Heart begins with a drop of grace, ripples out gracefully touching many with hope, then pours out in a thundering roar of faith, until it swells into one gigantic tsunami of love that will engulf the world!

    Pope meets satan head on and doesn't blinksatan is more active and brazen than ever    In our editorial this week, we share with all the essence of the Third Secret at Fatima encompassed in the understanding of Mary's Immaculate Heart being an on-going process toward the glorious Triumph. It's a gradual growth that can only succeed through the cooperation of her children. One of those most loyal and devoted is our Holy Father John Paul II. On the same day an unprecedented number of world leaders convened at the UN to officially begin laying out their blueprint for satan's One-World Order, the Vicar of Christ was the only man still standing in the devil's way. So satan paid him a personal visit in the person of a possessed girl visiting the Vatican. John Paul the Great didn't back down, meeting the demon on his terms and killing him little by little with kindness through prayer, compassion for, and precious time with the girl. Just as Jesus had time for the woman who touched His cloak, for the sinful woman Mary Magdalene, for the possessed man, and for countless others that society neglected, so also the servant of the servants of God took time to heal. We all need to follow his example and help open the faucet of graces flowing from Heaven so that we can flood the world with His love and help bring about the glorious Triumph. For our commentary, To hasten the Triumph of Mary's Immaculate Heart it truly takes a tsunami of graces to flood men's souls! see CATHOLIC PewPOINT
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  • FRIDAY
    Our Lady of Sorrows

    On September 15th we celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows in honoring Our Lady whose Heart was pierced by a sword. We also bring you Sister Mary Lucy Astuto's column on the fact we live in a world of noise. No wonder we can't hear God when He's speaking to us. The cacaphony of worldly things drowns out His gentle whisper.
    SATURDAY
    Pope Saint Cornelius

    On September 16th, we commemorate the Feast of the holy martyrs Pope Saint Cornelius (pictured above) the 21st in the line of Peter whose two year pontificate was fraught with persecution and the first schism in the Church with the election of the antipope Novatian. Honored with St. Cornelius is his devoted Bishop Saint Cyprian. Exiled to Civtavecchia in June 253, both were martyred for their refusal to offer sacrifices to the pagan gods of Rome.
    SUNDAY
    Cardinal Angelo Sodano

    On September 17th we bring you the Holy See's Address to the world leaders at the UN World Millennium Summit on September 6th. Representing His Holiness Pope John Paul II was his chief second man Cardinal Angelo Sodano, Secretary of State, who entreated this massive gathering of presidents, premiers and kings to uphold the dignity of life for all without exception.
    MONDAY

    On September 18th, columnist Pat Ludwa warns us of the wolves in sheeps' as he dissects the clever cloak of deceit dissidents and liberals continue to cast over the gullible ones, the floundering sheep who haven't got a clue as to the fallacy of these wolves in sheeps' clothing, who have infiltrated the Church in many venues.
    TUESDAY
    Cyndi Cain

    On September 19th we bring you the tenth installment of Cyndi Cain's inspirational SYMPHONY OF SUFFERING as she shares the enlightenment she received during a Healing Mass on the Feast of the Queenship of Mary whereby we need to hold human life in higher esteem.
    WEDNESDAY
    Time to start swinging at the pro-abort's facade

    On September 20th in his Pro-Life Prescriptions column Dr. Frank Joseph rings the bell and calls for the pro-life candidates to start punching at the issue of abortion, therefore giving the populace a clear-cut choice: either you are for prolonging the Holocaust of the Womb or you are for reestablishing the Sanctity of Life.
    THURSDAY
    St. Matthew

    On September 21st we celebrate the Feast of the great Evangelist and Apostle Saint Matthew who was called forth by Our Lord from his duties as a tax-collector to become one of the great scribes as he, like Saint John served as an eyewitness to all Jesus did and said.
    1 FRIDAY     no. 171
    September 15
    Feast of Our
    Lady of Sorrows

    2 SATURDAY     no. 172
    September 16
    Saint Pope Cornelius &
    Saint Cyprian, Martyrs

    3 SUNDAY     no. 173
    September 17
    24th SUNDAY IN
    ORDINARY TIME

    4 MONDAY     no. 174
    September 18
    Weekday in
    Ordinary Time

    5 TUESDAY     no. 175
    September 19
    Weekday/
    Saint Januarius, Martyr
    6 WEDNESDAY   no. 176
    September 20
    Feast of the
    Korean Martyrs

    7 THURSDAY     no. 177
    September 21
    SAINT MATTHEW
    Apostle and Evangelist

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