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FRI-SAT-SUN      December 17-19, 1999     SECTION ONE      vol 10, no. 240

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TOP CATHOLIC OF THE CENTURY COUNTDOWN
Number 1

His Holiness Pope John Paul II

Our beloved Pontiff who's kept the Church together and thriving in the throes of the dissident diatribe of modernists in the Church and a turbulent world that embraces the culture of death

    It's been a long journey since we began this series back on July 23rd, but finally we have arrived at the number one person selected out of the TOP 100 CATHOLICS OF THE CENTURY. The voters chose, to no one's surprise Pope John Paul II, our great current Sovereign Pontiff and 264th in the succession of Peter whose pontificate has been one of the most remarkable in Church history and one of the tenth longest of the Popes. From the over 25,000 total votes received, we truly feel, as do the overwhelming number of voters who voted for him, that he will go down as John Paul the Great. To honor him we profide the conclusion of this special multi-part profile on the Holy Father and the conclusion of this series. For more on the number one selection, click on POPE JOHN PAUL II

1.    Pope John Paul II

part three: Harvesting the Fruit


LITURGY FOR THE WEEKEND

    This weekend we are strictly in Late Advent with all liturgies devoted to this season of preparation as we enter the final week of Advent with the FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT. Late Advent signifies the Antiphons beginning with Friday through next Thursday. For the liturgies, readings, meditations and antiphons, click on WEEKEND LITURGY

Friday, December 17, 1999

Saturday, December 18, 1999

SUNDAY, December 19, 1999

Monday, December 20, 1999


The DAILY WORD

    Taken from the Gospel for the Mass on the Fourth Sunday of Advent:

"But Mary said, 'Behold the handmaid of the Lord; be it done to me according to Thy word.' And the angel departed from her."
Luke 1: 38



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December 17-19, 1999 volume 10, no. 240  DAILY CATHOLIC