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THURSDAY      June 17, 1999      SECTION TWO       vol 10, no. 117

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Pope resumes his Polish Pilgrimage

POPE IS WELL BUT TRIP TO ARMENIA IS POSTPONED

Last Night, Holy Father Greeted Faithful from His Window

"DO NOT BE AFRAID TO ASPIRE TO SANCTITY!"

Pope's Advice During Saint Kinga's Canonization

POPE RESUMES POLISH PASTORAL VISIT

PAPAL VISIT TO ARMENIA POSTPONED AGAIN

CARDINAL SODANO PRESIDES OVER EUCHARISTIC CELEBRATION IN KRAKOW

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DAILY LITURGY

      Today is the Eleventh Thursday in Ordinary Time and tomorrow the Eleventh Friday in Ordinary Time. For the readings, liturgies and meditations, click on DAILY LITURGY.

Thursday, June 17, 1999

Friday, June 18, 1999


SIMPLY SHEEN:
We endeavor to horde junk while realizing all to well that God doesn't make junk!

      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".

"There is a profound difference in quality between the possessions that we need, and use, and actually enjoy, and the accumulation of useless things we accumulate out of vanity or greed or the desire to surpass others. The first kind of possession is a legitimate extension of our personalities: we enrich a much-used object by our love, and it becomes dear to us."



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June 17, 1999 volume 10, no. 117   DAILY CATHOLIC