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Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday issue          August 13-15, 2001          volume 12, no. 142


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Pro-Life authorities fire back on Bush's stem cell research decision

  When there is a hot issue, we want to bring you comments by those in the know. Therefore we introduce you to this section called "Hot Issues!" We present no-holds-barred comments from Dr. Alan Keyes, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, OFM Cap., Judie Brown, Bishop Joseph A. Fiorenza, Father Thomas Euteneuer, Andrea Lafferty, Phyllis Schlafly and Congressman Chris Smith. Their reactions can be found at HOT ISSUES.

Guest columnists weigh in with words that carry weight!

  In this issue we bring you three guest columns, all on the topic of President George W. Bush's decision last Thursday evening to allow federal funding for existing embryonic stem cell colonies. The first is by Philip Lawler, the editor of Catholic World News and Catholic World Report. His commentary is entitled Opening the door to moral disaster!.

    Because of the importance of the moral issue involved, we also bring you comments by syndicated and nationally renowned columnist Cal Thomas in An unholy compromise.

   Finally, we bring you Gary L. Morella's open letter to Bush on his decision in The end does not justify the means!

467th anniversary of the establishment of the Society of Jesus

   Wednesday is the 467th anniversary of the founding in of the Company that would be the backbone of the counter-reformation. Saint Ignatius of Loyola, aided by fellow students Saint Francis Xavier, Nicholas Bobadilla, Peter Favre, Diego Laynez, Simon Rodriguez, and Alfonso Salmeron established the Society of Jesus in Paris. The Order, better known as the Jesuits, would formally be approved by Pope Paul III six years later. It was founded in order to protect the Sovereign Pontiff and to spearhead the counter-reformation that helped produce the Council of Trent and a resurgence of the Faith by solid teaching of the Faith. Sadly, it has been this same Order that has been at the forefront of the auto-demolition of the Church during the past 40 years. Pray that they will return to the ideals and truths established by the holy founders. For other Time Capsule events that happened during this time in Church history, see TIME CAPSULES

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Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday issue         August 13-15, 2001         volume 12, no. 142

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