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FRI-SAT-SUN      December 18-20, 1998      SECTION ONE       vol 9, no. 245

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In God we trust! In these two men with two different ideologies we don't! For they are holding their countries hostage in promoting the culture of death

      In this weekend's editorial we were hoping we could speak about something other than Bill Clinton since we devoted so much time to this last Tuesday, but the shocking events of this past few days has given us no alternative but to speak out strongly against his actions and the actions and baiting of his antagonist Saddam Hussein - both disciples of the devil. In fact, we not only dedicate our entire editorial to agreeing with the Holy Father but bring you the succeeding two articles - this weekend's column by Sister Mary Lucy Astuto and Cyndi Cain in "Symphony of Suffering." The bottom line is that when either "Slick Willie" or "Sly Saddam" speak out against the other it is akin to the "pot calling the kettle black" for both have embraced the culture of death with no respect for the sanctity of life, much like two rulers in the early Church - King Herod and the Emperor Nero. For this weekend's hardhitting commentary Saddam and Clinton are cut from the same cloth
woven by a tailor named satan!
, click on CATHOLIC PewPOINT.

Saddam and Clinton are cut from the same cloth
woven by a tailor named satan!

Michael Cain, editor

The refrain "Peace on earth" is really only hollow rhetoric unless we are truly committed to God's Peace, not man's

      In her column this week, Sister Mary Lucy Astuto tackles the current crisis in Iraq and warns of what could erupt from Clinton's rash actions that has the entire world reeling. Could it be the tip of the iceberg that will smash the titanic hull of the "false peace" we've been assuming is real? Could it be the beginning siren of World War III? Sister Lucy reminds us of what the Blessed Virgin Mary has said at Fatima and Medjugorje and urges us all to heed her warnings. For Sister's column, Peace on earth??? , click on GETTING TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER


The refrains from the White House are sending nothing but sour notes!

      In this weekend's issue Cyndi Cain is righteously angry and saddened by the actions of Bill Clinton both domestically with the lurid details that have been dragged through the media for months and his callous disregard for human life by single-handedly calling for air strikes on Iraq at a most inopportune time for all but him. She syllogizes that the whole confusing impeachment issue can be settled very simply as she logically arrives at her conclusions with "A symphony with too many flat notes that has fallen on its clef". For her twenty-second sonata, click on SYMPHONY OF SUFFERING

A symphony with too many flat notes that has fallen on its clef

Cyndi Cain


"He who seeks the good commands favor, but he who pursues evil will have evil befall him. "

Proverbs 11: 27

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December 18-20, 1998 volume 9, no. 245   DAILY CATHOLIC