DAILY CATHOLIC for 

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volume 11, no. 181
September 25, 2000
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Pope Paul VI, author of Humanae Vitae Humanae vitae
was intended for our health - spiritually and physically.

When will we learn that God intended sex for re-creation inside marriage, not recreation outside of it!?!
      In this issue we continue to bring you gems from archived issues by Pat Ludwa. Today Pat expertly explains the true essence of Humanae vitae, authored by Pope Paul VI. Pat pinpoints the problems that arose after Vatican II, correctly placing the blame where it belongs - with the dissenters of the Holy Spirit - those who were deadset on forging their own agenda on the rest with nary a care for God's will. Because of it, morals have plummeted, and the sacred has been compromised by the secular. For his column Humanae vitae - the moral cornerstone which the builders of the "spirit of Vatican II" have rejected! see VIEW FROM THE PEW

The Gospa's message for September Monthly Medjugorje Message for September 2000

    NOTE: We respectfully recognize and accept the final authority regarding apparitions, locutions and prophecies presently being reported around the world rests with the Holy See of Rome and the Magisterium of Holy Mother Church to whose judjment we humbly and obediently submit.

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      MONDAY'S
      LITURGY
      :


      First Reading: Proverbs 3: 27-34
      Psalms: Psalm 15: 2-5
      Gospel Reading: Luke 8: 19-21
    For the readings and meditations for today and tomorrow's Mass, see DAILY LITURGY.

    The DAILY WORD
    Taken from the Gospel for Monday's Mass

    "No one, when he has lighted a lamp, covers it with a vessel, or puts it under a couch, but he puts it upon a lamp-stand, that they who enter may see the light. For there is nothing hidden that will not be made manifest; nor anything concealed that will not be known and come to light."

    Luke 8: 16-17

    Events that happened Today in Church History

    Pope Lucius IIIPope Clement VII    Today is the anniversary of the death of two Popes whose papacies were frought with the struggle against heresy. In 1185 Pope Lucius III, the 171st successor of Peter, passed away after a four year papacy in which he valiantly fought heresy when the the heretics were up in arms. He was forced to take refuge in Verona from their relentless attacks. The other Pope's passing was in 1534 at the height of the Protestant Reformation when Pope Clement VII, the 219th in the line of Peter, succumbed after a troubled eleven-year pontificate that was helpless to stop the tide of revolt in the bitter struggle between Catholic and Lutherans. Add to that the troubles with Henry VIII in England, who he was forced to excommunicate; this despite the fact that the English monarch had been honored as a "Defender of the Church" earlier. For other events that happened today in Church History, see MILLENNIUM MILESTONES AND MEMORIES


    Famous quotes of Bishop Fulton J. SheenGod knows our every move

       They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but the words of Bishop Fulton J. Sheen have been known to launch a thousand images in one's mind, one of the ways this late luminary did so much to evangelize the faith. Because of the urgency of the times and because few there are today who possess the wisdom, simplicity and insight than the late Archbishop who touched millions, we are bringing you daily gems from his writings. The good bishop makes it so simple that we have dubbed this daily series: "SIMPLY SHEEN".

      " Zaccheus was a public servant of the Romans, a tax gatherer who paid a large sum for his office. Part of the taxes he would give to the Romans, but he pocketed all he collected over the amounts due them. Unless his exactions were too ruinous, there was little fear of exposure. But one day he was checked in his dishonesty, not by having it exposed in the press of the times, nor by having the prosecuting attorney of the Romans bring him to a halt. He was 'arrested' by the moral stringency of Our Divine Lord, Whose awful eyes pierced his soul and made him seek not only pardon, but also render restitution. Standing upright, he said, 'Lord, here and now I give half of what I have to the poor; if I have wronged anyone in any way, I make restitution of it fourfold.' "
    43 DAYS
    to Defend Life
    and pray that there will be
    No more Blood and Gore!!

       We encourage you to go to the Pro-Life links below to keep up to date on the great battle between life and death - the Sanctity of Life vs. the culture of death led by pro-abort candidates and those who would advance immorality, sodomy, perjury, etc. We refer you to our HOMEPORT ENTRY PAGE where you will find a typograph of a chalice, a chalice overflowing with the innocent blood of the aborted babies nearing 40 to 50 million. Enough is enough! The story and our purpose is outlined in this typograph and for more information and why we will not give up, see DEFEND LIFE Pray and urge others to VOTE FOR LIFE!

    Pro-Life Infonet and Priests For Life

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    2 SATURDAY     no. 179
    September 23
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    3 SUNDAY     no. 180
    September 24
    25th SUNDAY IN
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    4 MONDAY     no. 181
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    5 TUESDAY     no. 182
    September 26
    Weekday/
    Sts. Cosmas & Damian
    6 WEDNESDAY   no. 183
    September 27
    Feast of Saint
    Vincent de Paul

    7 THURSDAY     no. 184
    September 28
    Wkday/ St. Wenceslaus
    St. Lawr. Ruiz
    & comp.

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